Learn about report structures with some of the most commonly used components, including executive summary, key findings, opportunities and trends, summary, and other suggested options.
- [Instructor] You can argue that the great report…starts with the right structure.…The structure guides the reader to various components…within the report which might be of use to them.…It also serves as a reference guide…so that the reader of the report…does not get lost in piles of information.…To get you started, I will share with you…a sample report structure, but later on with time,…you can develop your own report structures…that are perfect for your company needs.…Are you ready? Let's take a look.…We will start with the executive summary.…
Now the funny thing is that this usually appears…in the beginning of the report, but it is actually…the last thing to do in our workflow.…This is a short, accurate summary of the report,…which will draw together all the main points…without the use of any graphics.…It is mainly for busy executives…who want to quickly know what is happening…without going into too much detail.…It is also an opportunity to mention something…that may be related to the report…which has strategic significance for seating management.…
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- Considering different data sources
- Using hedging words
- Visualizing data within Google Analytics
- Writing a compelling executive summary
- Using Tableau to enrich reports
- Locating and using competitor industry data
- Drawing inspiration from others