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Writing a Business Consulting Report

Writing a consulting report from e-how.com
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Galen Jones

on 2 January 2013

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Transcript of Writing a Business Consulting Report

Business Strategy Writing a Business Consulting Report Create the Title Page Write a title for your report
Put the names of your team members
Student ID numbers
Date of the report Write an Introduction Purpose of the report
Outline issues addressed in the report
Include methods used to analyse the topics Provide analysis Use sub-headings for each area or section
Include alternative courses of action
Make recommendations of which course to take
Tell us why some courses are NOT recommended
Use charts, diagrammes, statistics and photographs to support your ideas Make a List:
"Summary of Recommendations" Collect the recommendations from all parts of your report (above).
Put them together in a list... use sub-headings to organise your list.
Use of bullet-points is Ok. Be clear, short and simple.
Write a Conclusion Show how your analysis and recommendations are solutions for the issues or problems identified.
Make it a summary conclusion. One that links all the recommendations back to the issues and leaves the reader with the understanding that the work is complete and finished. Write an
Executive Summary Take the key points from the report and write them in an Executive Summary.
Include background, challenges, issues identified, methods of analysis, evidence found and your recommendations.
A good executive summary lets the reader know the basic content without reading the whole report.
Put the Executive Summary before the Introduction.
Make a Table of Contents (TOC).
Put the TOC before the Executive Summary The End
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