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Reports Reports Business Communication for IT Professionals 135 University of Phoenix Mark Watson February 28 2010 Carol Bagley Purpose Key Components General
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Audience Progress Reports Documentation providing status of project that provides explanation on what progress has been made to date and what activities or work still needs to be performed in order to complete project. Report will also state any difficulties that may have arisen during the project. Progress reports can be written daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annually depending on the requirements of the project and the company. Introduction – what job or activity is being worked on and rationale for the job, project. What motivated the project to be looked at and worked on. Target goal of the project to be achieved. Contributing factors and what has initiated the project to begin. Who is involved in the project, project team and their roles. Discussion – Work completed
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