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Using the five-step sequence

Using the five-step sequence: Organizing an Outline
Using the five-step sequence: Organizing an Outline

The five-step sequence is commonly used in government and big business as a basic outline. Ensure that your executive summary is short and to the point. Provide background information to get your audience up to speed. Ensure that the facts presented are free from opinions. Express opinions in the conclusions section. Use recommendations to provide next steps. Write recommendations before writing the executive summary.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Business Skills Marketing Writing Presentations

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