"Seventy-five per cent of new jobs created between 1984-2000 require report writing and public speaking abilities" (The Wall Street Journal, 9 February 1990). Addressing these needs, this book presents a new approach to reports, proposals and submissions: defining the audience, researching, using sources, using graphics, structuring logically, editing and proofreading, and delivering the message in an oral presentation.
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Table of Contents
- So You're Writing a Report ...
- Planning and Structuring
- Getting the Facts: Secondary Sources of Data
- Getting the Facts: Primary Sources of Data
- Getting the Picture: Communicating Information Visually
- Writing and Editing the Report
- Short Reports, Proposals and Submissions
- It's Show Time: Presenting the Report
- Writing and Presenting: The Team Approach