Discuss about the Conduction Studies and Electromyography.
Preparation of a report plan is a time consuming process because it outlines the subject matter to present a structured report. In order to make the report free from the potential risks, it is necessary to prepare a proper report plan. The report is based on the management practices, principles, and the communication process. The report plan determines few significant steps, which are as follows:
The report plan should clearly demonstrate the underlying problem at the initial stage (Hawkins and Sorgi 2013). Identification of the problem will provide the insightful ideas about the purpose of the report. It is necessary to define the emerging issues that the management may face due to the lack of proper communication skills and organizing procedure. Hence, the report will signify the fruitful recommendation for resolving such issues and creating the method of preventing them in future.
Defining the Audience
The report should include a clear idea about the target audience who will be benefitted when the issues will be resolved. The definition of the target audience will specify the basic needs and demands that will lead to the right direction. In this report, the employees, higher authority and other management members are the specific target audience.
In order to provide the proper solution to some of the specific issues, the report needs to be more informative (Unilearning.uow.edu.au 2017). Gathering information about the management principles, fundamentals of management, and theoretical discussion would be much helpful for structuring the report. In this report, the information would be collected from Australian Financial Review, Straits Time Businesses, Sky News Businesses, and ABC Online)
Sorting and Evaluating the Information
The information collected for preparing the report needs to be authentic. The sources that will be used for preparing the report need to be updated. The current information about the management practices would be helpful in deriving knowledge regarding the subject matter.
After gathering all sorts of information, the report will present a structured outline to inform about the subject matter. The usefulness of management practices as well as the fundamentals will be discussed briefly in this outline. Based on the outcome, the suitable recommendation will be provided accordingly.
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