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The next step is to find the information you need for your report. To do this you may need to read written material, observe people or activities, and/or talk to people.
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Once you have your structure, write down the headings and start to fill these in with the information you have gathered so far. By now you should be able to draft the terms of reference, procedure and findings, and start to work out what will go in the report’s appendix.
Once you have structured your report, it is time to fill out the headers with content. I personally find it best to tackle a little bit of each section, and then bulk it up with information. You can do that if you want, or finish each section as you go down the report structure. Make sure you focus on presenting your ideas and using supportive evidence rather than spelling and grammar first. Outline your argument and write a few sentences that cast your main ideas. If you find something worth quoting, quote it.
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Coming up with what you want to say is just a small percentage of writing. Editing and proofreading is most of the work. When you`ve finished writing your memo report, it`s time to cut away everything that doesn`t serve the purpose of the content. Reread your writing often, ideally after every significant edit, and read it out loud. It`s easier to catch mistakes when you can actually hear them. Step away from your report and come back an hour, or several hours, later. You`ll see it with a fresh eye and likely notice something you didn`t before.
Use the strategies of investigative writing to get the ball rolling. Answer the questions: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How. Are you addressing a quality assurance team about a change in a project deadline or coworkers about an office party announcement? Why is the subject of your memo or report important? If you`re addressing an issue, how do you intend to solve it? What is your call to action - how do you want readers to respond? Once you`ve nailed down some solid responses, you`re ready to fill in the blanks.