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types of reports
Transcript of types of reports
TYPES OF REPORTS
Process report involves the description of working of components as individual as well as their working in a combined form
An assessment that takes place during a project or process, that conveys details such as what sub-goals have been accomplished, what resources have been expended, what problems have been encountered, and whether the project or process is expected to be completed on time and within budget. Progress reports are used by management to determine whether changes are necessary to an ongoing effort.
Background on the project itself
Discussion of achievements since last reporting
Discussion of problems that have arisen
Discussion of work that lies ahead
Assessment of whether you will meet the objectives in the proposed schedule and budget
A PROGRESS REPORT INVOLVES
◾A written report that documents the condition of the facility during the examination, operation and maintenance activities accomplished since the last examination, and recommendations necessary for the continued safe and efficient operation of the facility
Physical, Medical, Clinical
There is another type of business reporting that is used to make decisions. Analytical reports offer both information and analysis, but they also include recommendations. Offering recommendations is the biggest difference between informational and analytical reporting
A feasibility report is the result of a detailed examination of a proposed idea, project or business to determine if it is likely to be successful. It is used in business, banking, manufacturing, science and other areas. Some financial institutions require one as part of the loan process.
Used by technicians to convey information regarding
the analysis and correction of problems found in industrial products
to analyze the problems' symptoms
to locate the defect
to correct the defect