When you write a report in which you analyze a problem and present your recommendations, use this standard format as a guide:
|Keep the title brief and pertinent to your report.
The Introduction should cover some of the following:
|Main part of the report
|Condense your main ideas
|Conclusions and recommendations
|Statement of conclusions/recommendations drawn
Poe, Roy W. "Chapter 7: Parts and setup of formally structured reports." The McGraw-Hill guide to effective business reports. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982. 92-94. Print