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Technical Report Writing

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OBJECTIVES

  • Identify Actionable Information Required By Decision Makers & Readers
  • Help Readers & Decision Makers Find Actionable Information By Using Structured Report Components
  • Justify Recommendations By Critical Analysis Of Recommended Solutions

INTRODUCTION

Well written reports result in cost and time savings as both technical and non-technical readers can quickly get actionable information from a single report. Decision makers and other readers can rapidly understand the ultimate benefits from a successful implementation of report recommendations, as well as the strategic and operational considerations that led to those recommendations in the first place.

AUDIENCE

This program is a must buy-in for the following:

  • Managers
  • Executives
  • Engineers
  • Staff who are involved in the preparation of reports

METHODOLOGY

Participative and practical, using the following tools :

  • Mini Lectures
  • Exercises
  • Games
READER REQUIREMENTS
  • Report Starting Point
  • Problem Statement to Identify Context
  • Statement of Purpose to Unify Actions
REPORT BLUEPRINTS & FOUNDATIONS
  • Report Types
  • Report/Proposal Flow
  • Core Components
  • Purpose of Components
WRITING
  • The 3-Stage Writing Cycle-Planning, Writing, Checking
  • Developing Report Flow
    • Analysis
    • Inferences and Conclusions
    • Appendices
TOOLS
  • Written Tools
    • Common Tools
    • Sentence Structures
    • Grouping Ideas
    • Jargon & Acronyms
    • Transitional Words
  • Non-Written Tools
    • Styles
    • Headings
    • Active White Spaces
VISUALS
  • Key Concepts For Presenting Numbers
    • Collection
    • Analysis
    • Presentation
  • Matching Data to Visuals
  • Choosing Between Tables and Charts
  • Appropriate Use of Bar Charts, Histograms, Frequency Diagrams
DEVELOPING CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUMMARIES
  • Reader Perspectives on Conclusions & Recommendations
  • Differences Between Conclusions & Recommendations
  • Critical Thinking to Develop Compelling Conclusions & Recommendations
  • Use of Rational and Intuitive Decision Models in Making Recommendations
  • Summaries
    • Principles of Summarizing
    • Previewing Report Sections
    • Summarizing Report Sections
    • Overall Report Summaries
    • Executive Summaries
    • Content & Organization of Summaries
    • Differences Between Summaries and Abstracts

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