03_Reports - 1 Reports This chapter introduces how to write...

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1 Reports This chapter introduces how to write reports that have: Suitable layouts A sensible structure Appropriate content Step 1 – identify the task The task is to write a report. The report often is to analyses advantages and disadvantages of any situation. The special instructions are that you usually should to add your recommendations. Step 2– layout: The Introduction includes: 1. A title – at the top of the report and often underlined . The title states briefly what the report is about. The title states briefly what the report is about and is preferably in capital letters or underlined eg: CONFIDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE MERITS AND DEMERITS OF TRADING WITH STATE Y The addition of the word ‘confidential’ is not essential but is always advisable to try to think of the exercises as being based on real situations. A report of this nature that might be critical would receive very confidential handling 2. The terms of reference – the purpose of the report is explained by the terms of
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 103 taught by Professor Kovalski during the Spring '11 term at College of the Bahamas.

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03_Reports - 1 Reports This chapter introduces how to write...

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