Informal Memorandum Report
Summarize the whole report, being sure to answer the
questions of most concern to the immediate reader.
Give a brief summary of the general setting for whatever is
being reported. This is more of a reminder than anything,
but should answer the who, what, when, where, why and how
questions (other than the report's major question).
Summary of whatever is being reported. If an inspection,
what did you find? If a trip, where did you go and what did
you do or learn? If an accident, what specifically happened?
You might think of this section as being a fully developed
discussion of the report's major question.
What is the state of things now? (or) How would you
evaluate the trip? What has been done to fix the
problem? (or) Was the trip valuable? etc.
What conclusions can you draw about the overall significance
of the thing being reported in relationship to the continuing
work of the company?
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