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Transcript: Present-day business and industries have to do a lot of formal report writing. A report is considered formal if: 1. The material is long. 2. The report is to be read by many people. 3. The report is to be kept for reference and use in the future. A formal report has its basic parts and also the supplemental parts. It has an impersonal style, hence, the consistent use of the third person pronouns. The following are the basic parts of a formal report. The transmittal letter provides the recipient with a specific context in which to place the larger document and simultaneously gives the sender a permanent record of having sent the material. Transmittal letters are usually brief. The first paragraph describes what is being sent and the purpose for sending it. A longer transmittal letter may summarize key elements of the proposal in one or two sentences and provide the recipient with other useful information. End transmittal letters with a one-sentence paragraph that establishes goodwill by thanking or complimenting the recipient. The contents page sets out the sections and subsections of the report and their corresponding page numbers. It should clearly show the structural relationship between the sections and subsections. A reader looking for specific information should be able to locate the appropriate section easily from the table of contents. Abstract must contain the following: • Background: A simple opening sentence or two placing the work in context. • Aims: One or two sentences giving the purpose of the work. • Method(s): One or two sentences explaining what was (or will) be done. • Results: One or two sentences indicating the main findings (or what you hope to accomplish with the project). • Conclusions: One sentence giving the most important consequence of the work – what do the results mean? How will they be used? a. Introduction Contains: Brief, relevant background information and/or other contextualizing material An essay map A thesis statement Writer's point of view b. Discussion It simply contains all the information of the topic. c. Conclusion The conclusion may include: a summary of the arguments presented in the body and how these relate to the essay question a restatement of the main point of view presented in the introduction in response to the topic the implications of this view or what might happen as a result. d. Recommendation(if any) Material added at the end of a book or a report. An appendix gives useful additional information, but even without it the rest of the book is complete. Table of Contents Writing a bibliography and putting it in the appropriate section in the report adds the completeness of the report. Formal Report EXAMPLE Abstract Consists of: Report Title Your Name Name of the receiver Submission Date EXAMPLE: Body Title Page It has 4 sub-parts: EXAMPLE: EXAMPLE: EXAMPLE: APPENDIX

Formal Report Presentation

Transcript: Supply Chain Management Formal Report By: Jordan Wilkinson What is Supply Chain Management? Supply Chain Management What is Supply Chain Management? According to Lambert & Cooper’s article (2000), “Supply Chain Management is the integration of key business processes from end user through original suppliers that provides products, services, and information that add value for customers and other stakeholders” (p. 66). Video Hayes (2019) Problems New Problems with Supply Chain Management Dealing with suppliers and contractors. Environmental issues with transportation. Companies look into the quality, cost, delivery, responsiveness, innovation, partnerability, and other such characteristics that can prove a supplier a worthy candidate for the company to conduct business with. There is no perfect equation that can be followed but only by establishing new relationships and seeing how they go with time. Dealing with Suppliers and Contractors Suppliers and Contractors The customer wants what they want when they want it. Supply Chain Management makes sure this can be done to please them and now the issue is becoming more and more with how the transportation is carried out. The most efficient means of transportation are not the fastest. Environmental Issues Environmental Issues According to Bhatt, Bector, & Appadoo (2014), “We shall briefly discuss strategic issues and new developments. For this, the problem taxonomy in this area can be divided in to three categories: supplier selection, supplier performance evaluation, and supplier contract negotiation” (p.12). With transportation there are now more efficient ways with the help of breakthrough inovations. Electric, automizations, and slow steaming are some that are implemented now and are being worked on. Possible Solutions Fixes Brittlebank, W. (2014) Bhatt, S., Bector, C., & Appadoo, S. (2014). Efficiency issues in supply chain management. Journal of Supply Chain Management Systems, 3(2), 9-16. Retrieved from Brittlebank, W. (2014). Reducing emissions and improving energy efficiency in international shipping. Retrieved December 8, 2019, from Hayes, A. (2019). Supply Chain Management (SCM): What You Need to Know. Retrieved December 8, 2019, from Lambert, D. M., & Cooper, M. C. (2000). Issues in supply chain management. Industrial Marketing Management, 29(1), 65-83. doi:10.1016/S0019-8501(99)00113-3 References References

Formal Report

Transcript: Bucky Battles Binge Drinking at UW-Madison Agenda Affecting our students Damaging our University Current approaches Recommendations Scott Burns, Reid Magnum, Yoli Wojdyla, and Hillary Zellner $546,000 $1,496 per day "Work hard, play hard" 17,000 out of 29,500 New Initiative Freshmen and Transfer Students Two Stages 1. 2-3 hours online 2. 15 minute survey How Binge Drinking Affects Students Alcohol Edu Mental and physical health Grades and graduation rates Student competitiveness in job market Drawbacks of Short term focus Should follow students Student Health Reputation in Today's Job Market Alcohol e-Checkup Unlimited Online Screening Tool Personal Habits Tailored Solutions Drawbacks of Unknown Resource Must Know You Have a Problem BASICS Started at UW-Madison 2011 2 Types: - Individual $200 charge - Groups $78 charge 3 Types of Well-being -Academic, Emotional, Physical Drawbacks of BASICS Doesn't hit root of problem Feels like punishment Need to make preventative PACE/Greek Edu Required to attend Personal And Chapter Enrichment 2-3 Seminar Series Drinking Citation=Refresher Seminar Required for Student Orgs Provides tools & info to intervene and prevent Risk reduction training Drawbacks of Badgers Step UP! Drawbacks of PACE/Greek Edu Difficult to monitor effectiveness: - was the entire org addressed? - how was it presented? Stereotyping Greek Life Students Non-Greek Students miss information Take setup & implement into SOAR Recommendations-SOAR "...irresponsible alcohol use could make graduates potentially less marketable as job candidates, despite their UW-Madison diploma..." Mandatory Preventative Approach to reduce binge drinking Student-to-student hour long program No parents, students should speak freely Current Approaches and Drawbacks Recommendations continued Required dorm events BASICS Professionals hold program All programs have place -publicize in SERF, Unions and Final Thoughts ON WISCONSIN! Alcohol

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