I have attached my previous weeks assignments that will help complete this one.
Your Week 7 business report must include the following:
- A title page
- A cover letter, which should have a summary section to introduce yourself and the purpose of the report, a background section to explain why the reader should be interested in this report, a details section that summarizes the report’s major findings/conclusions, and an action section that invites the reader to do something with the report and/or provides ways to contact you for more discussion of the report or its implementation
- A table of contents
- An executive summary
- 4-7 pages of discussion (introduction, discussion sections, and conclusion/recommendations)
- A works cited (MLA) or references (APA) page with 4-8 sources appropriate for a professional audience (Be sure to use these sources and provide appropriate MLA or APA in-text citations for these sources in the discussion section too!)
- At least 1 appendix
- At least 1 technical illustration, such as a chart, graph, or image, that you created (i.e., not an image copy/pasted from another source)***
***The technical illustration should be in the body of the report and not in the appendix. Both the technical illustration and the appendix must have textual references included, such as “Appendix A shows…” or “Figure 1 demonstrates…”
The Week 7 business report should be 4-7 pages (from the first page of the introduction to the last page of the conclusion/recommendations sections, so this page count does not include the cover letter, table of contents, appendix, etc.).
Use SINGLE spacing for all business writing, including this report!
The Week 7 business report must be professionally formatted as demonstrated in this Pearson Business Report Sample (the sample report begins on page 208).
Purpose and Audience: The purpose of this report is to make a practical and realistic proposal to an audience about a change or proposed idea that the audience could actually act upon. The audience is whomever would really be responsible for acting upon your report’s recommendation