Class Notes - Business Reports HONORS

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 Proposals and Formal Business 7/7/11 Understanding Report Essentials { 6 E 4 2 1 C B 3 -D A 0 C -4 2 5 6 -A B 7 0 -A B 8 B 5 3 B 7 2 5 2 7 } Business Reports Have One or More of These Purposes Information Problems Questions 7/7/11 { 9 D 5 9 C 4 C 7 -A 1 A D -4 D 8 D -9 3 C 0 -5 A 6 0 A 2 F E 6 8 } Report Functions and Ty { B C E A 9 4 D 9 -5 3 7 F -4 3 4 6 -9 5 2 C -0 D 4 9 C 5 0 0 D E 8 } Informational reports ical reports { 3 6 1 B 7 F 8 -E A 6 0 -4 E 3 -8 6 4 2 -F 0 D 4 0 1 C 8 4 3 E } rganizational Strategies { 3 4 A 7 C 5 1 B -8 F C B -4 2 5 -8 E A 5 -2 8 6 B 5 E F 9 3 8 7 } Direct strategy { 8 3 0 B 9 3 1 -A 8 5 F -4 6 0 2 -B E F B -8 1 B 7 1 4 7 3 5 B A 1 } Writing Style { 2 5 9 1 7 B 9 -A 4 6-4 3 9 2 -B 3 4 6 -8 7 9 2 F E 2 4 7 } Formal { 0 8 B 0 F B 8 3 -C A 4 B -4 2 9 A -B A B 9 -B 6 0 A C A E F 9 A 9 2 } Informal ct strategy { 6 7 9 A 0 1 B -E 4 B 5 -4 B E B -B C 0 4 -0 E B C A E 2 F C 3 7 0 } Report Formats Letter th e-mail cover note) nuscript { 7 B 1 3 7 A 0 C -9 7 9 6 -4 C 0 C -B 0 7 -4 0 1 0 A 3 B 1 A 8 0 } Preprinted forms { 0 D 6 4 6 E A 0 -8 5 0 B -4 9 5 D -B 3 7 6 -6 5 9 B 5 A F 4 5 9 7 1 } Digital Understanding Report Essentials 7/7/11 { 5 9 5 D 2 5 6 2 -3 C 5 E -4 9 B -A E 4 -E F 4 8 6 5 D E 4 8 0 4 } 1. Analyze the problem and purpose { 2 0 8 9 8 3 B F -6 C D A -4 9 E 1 -9 C C -E F 8 C 5 D 1 6 7 C 0 } 2. Anticipate the audience and issu { A 7 A E 5 C 9 B -2 6 E 6 -4 0 B A -8 E B E -9 E F 2 8 1 5 1 B 3 4 9 } repare a work plan { 6 A F 7 8 9 F A -C 9 B 0 -4 5 1 D -9 1 5 2 -D E 8 F A 6 D E 7 6 0 5 } 4. Conduct resea { A 0 C 9 C E-6 3 1 8 -4 3 9 8 -B A E 5 -5 8 0 7 6 7 2 A 4 D 6 D } 5. Organize, analyze, interpret, and illustrate the dat { 2 1 2 5 6 9 -1 7 C -4 F C 7 -9 0 A 1 -6 1 5 7 A 2 A 7 3 0 5 } 6. Compose the first draft { D F E D D 6 F -1 7 3 2 -4 5 4 8 -B 2 0 C -4 D 6 9 7 F 7 B 0 1 E 8 } . Revise, proofread, and evaluate Applying the Writing Process to Mary Ellen Guffey, Business Communication: Process and Product , 6e Components of Formal and Informal Propo Budget Timeline, Conclusion Appendix & Refs Generally appear in both formal and informal proposals: Paradigms Optional in informal proposals: Plan Background, problem, purpose Introduction List of figures/tables Table of contents Executive summary Letter of transmittal Copy of RFP ( optional ) 7/7/11 Preparing Proposals { 7 6 5 C B C E -7 2 A -4 3 0 C -B 1 8 7 -4 2 5 7 5 2 D 2 5 2 4 8 } Introduction { 0 A 8 B 6 F 9 5 -9 3 F 5 -4 B 0 B -9 6 0 1 -3 F 4 A 9 8 C 4 5 F 1 B }...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course BA 324 taught by Professor Donnellan during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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