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Classification of Reports

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Jhobii Gulpric

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Transcript of Classification of Reports

Group:
Gulpric, Ma. Jovey Lyn
Manuel, Juan Miguel
Marin, Analyn
Orogo. Sarajean
Classification of Reports
1. Narrative Report -
Uses more words than numbers and usually in textual or paragraph.

2. Statistical Report -
Reverse of narrative report because it uses more numbers than words. Data are usually contained in graphs, charts or tables.

3. Periodic Report -
Issued regularly like weekly,
monthly,quarterly and annually. Also submitted on a routine basis, so companies usually develop forms to facilitate the periodic reporting of information such as sales, inventory and numbers of transactions.
13. Vertical Report -
Moves between superior and subordinate levels.

14. Radial Report -
Cuts across levels of authority and may move outside or within an organization.

15. Technical Report -
Uses specialized vocabularies to convey information among specialists with similar training and experience.
16. Nontechnical Report -
Uses ordinary word to convey information to people with dissimilar training and experience.

17. Informati9onal (Fact-Finding) Report -
Presents data but omits comments.

18. Research Report -
Deals with the quest for knowledge (basic or pure research) and with practical uses (applied reseach).

19. Formal Report -
Self-contained document includong such preliminaries as a title page, table of contents and executive summary.
5. Special Report -
It is sent irregularly in response to non routine request or needs.

6. Information Reports -
it is written merely to keep management aware of the status of the operation

7. Interpretative Report -
designed to inform and interpret. Also called examination report, because the writer may sent to examine a phase of operations and return with the facts plus an opinion.

8. Analytical report -
Uses full use of reflective thinking or the assembling of information on which to base judgement of alternatives.
4. Progress Report -
Issued occasionally between the start of completion of a project or of an operation.

Initial Report - Begin by documenting the problem, then outlines the activities necessary to accomplish the task. It finally identifies the anticipated outcomes and expected date of completion.
Status Report - Documents the status of an ongoing project.
Terminal Report - documents the problems encountered during the project.
9. Internal Report -
It moves vertically upward or downward, from non-executive or sub-executive to top management or from an executive down to lower officials or employees.

10. Staff Report -
An internal report prepared by a menber of the staff or by an employed consultant for a department as an administrative tool.

11. External report -
A report prepared for readers outside the company.

12. Horizontal Report -
Moves among levels of equal authority written an organization
20. Informal report -
Projects a personal tone, often using first and second person pronouns. Memo or letter os common for informal reports but variations of the manuscripts format are also used.
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