Most people writing reports are highly competent from a technical perspective. However, there is a need to develop a common language and style for reports to make the documents more efficient and effective. Particularly important is the ability to present technical information in a way that is easily understood by managers beyond their own business function. For reports to be successful they need to have the following characteristics:
This course is introduced with an investigation of the type of reports the delegates have to produce. These are then used for case study exercises during the day. We also like to see examples of current work in advance of the course– both good and not so good.
All staff and managers who have to produce complex and individual reports.