Ow communication developed from face to face interaction to internet based interaction

Hi, I am the one who ordered a memo from you. You did a good job, so I decided to choose you again this time. I need to make a business report and the topic is the same like last time. The format is single space and 10-12 pages. This is only for a draft but it would be better if you can give me the draft and the complete one.
This is the instruction:

Completedraft includes the main report (introduction, discussion and conclusions and/or recommendations), as well as your first attempt at an informative abstract (also known as Executive summaryand your executive summary should be written at the very end!), works cited and title page. I would also like a rough letter of transmittal which identifies your primary audience (which is not me!) and lays out your main recommendation (if an analytical report) or your main request (if a proposal)

A Review of The Business Report

The primary purpose of a report is to inform the reader. This singular focus drives all report writing decisions concerning length, arrangement, style, graphic support, introductory background data support, and so forth. A report that fails to inform the reader is a failure, regardless of impressive language and graphics.

Two important factors in a reports ability to inform the reader are its, 1) logical organization, and 2) organization clarifiers. Logical organization derives from careful planning, primarily outlining, prior to writing. Organization clarifiers are devices like introductions, transitions, and summaries that help the reader to understand the reports logical flow. This lecture will focus briefly on these two important aspects of report writing.


A poorly organized report does not communicate well because trying to understand how the parts fit with each other distracts the reader. A poorly organized report may prevent the reader from piecing together a logical picture of the material and the entire purpose of the report may be missed. A well-organized report, on the other hand, flows logically and easily from one major point to the next, and communicates readily to the reader.

The logical organization of a report results from organizing the material, before starting to write, primarily by using an outline. The outline is the most important tool available for ensuring clear organization and logical flow. In developing an outline, the writer carefully considers how the material is related, and shows these relationships in the organization of the outline. When reflected in the finished report, this carefully considered organization causes the report to make logical sense to the reader.


After ensuring that the report is arranged logically, the writer should help the reader to understand its arrangement by using organization clarifiers. The three primary organization clarifiers are introductions, transitions, and summaries.

Introductions provide a context for the material that follows, and prepares the reader to understand the information. A brief introduction should be provided for each chapter, in addition to the overall introduction for the report. Chapter introductions are usually short paragraphs placed before the first titled subdivision.

Each introduction tells the reader what subject will be discussed and how the subject will be developed. For example, the introduction for the report should give an overview of the report subject and name the chapters, with a brief comment on each. Similarly, the introduction for a chapter should overview the chapter topic, and it should name the major subdivisions. Introductions work closely with the next organization clarifier, transitions.

Transitions provide a logical link and smooth flow from one thought to the next. Transitions are used at the sentence, paragraph, subdivision, and chapter levels in a well-written report. At the sentence level, a word or two is enough while at the chapter level, an entire paragraph may be required. Transitions work closely with the final organization clarifier, the summary.

A summary provides an ending for each part of the report. It briefly reviews the major ideas of the part being concluded, and prepares the reader to start the next part. A chapter-end summary is usually just a short paragraph at the end of the final chapter subsection, while the report summary is usually a separate, titled section of its own.

In summary, the primary job of a report is to inform the reader. Two important ways to ensure that a report communicates and informs the reader is to organize it logically, and to use organization clarifiers. An outline helps to ensure a logical organization, while introductions, transitions, and summaries help to clarify the organization for the reader.

It would be better if you can make up an interview with other people about this topic for the source. Thanks. Please send me a message as soon as possible if there is something you dont understand.

Ow communication developed from face to face interaction to internet based interaction

My topic is How communication developed from face to face interaction to internet based interaction”

Here is the instruction from the teacher :
In this assignment, I ask you to write a 2-3 page draft of a formal memo proposing a topic for your final project. I would like to see a more extensive plan. (You may, of course, have changed your topic since you posted your original informal proposal. Thats OK, but now you need to commit to a topic.)

Include this:
1. Who would benefit from your research report? 2. To whom would you be sending your proposal? 3. Who would find your research and conclusions significant in their work life? 4. Identify that target audience as clearly as you can. 5. Then, determine how much your target readers already know about the topic or whether they already have a view about the problem you intend to solve.

Please add 5 sources that related to this topic.

Im going to attach the example but do not copy it. Please send me a message as soon as possible if you have a trouble. The due date is 02/16/2010 midnight. Thank you