Answers Student’s Name Institution Affiliation 1 Formal and informal proposals are usually written to communicate the reasons why a particular project should be undertaken. They are common documents in business circles however they are written to pursue different goals. Formal proposals draw their relevancy from their detailed nature. They are always sensitive to the views given by each member of the team (Gopal 2009). This makes them be exhaustive thereby reducing possibilities of being misinterpreted by the customer. Opinions shared by members can be captured in specific pages paragraphs or highlighted using bullet points hence making referencing easy. Informal proposals coati the same information as the formal proposals but they are designed to use a rather client sensitive approach which is friendly in nature. They adopted a flexible structure that makes them fast and easy to create thereby saving a large amount of time. Responses meant for informal proposals group. The writer must know the type and format of the report. It is important to understand the kind of report that needs to be delivered. Collection of information and facts that will solidify the arguments that needs to be explored. Related works should be reviewed and cited accordingly. The writer needs to structure the report within the required context. Every data used must follow specific order so that to make it easier for readers to understand the report. Readability: where the writer has the duty to ensure the report is enjoyable to read. Different sections must be separated for follow up purposes. The writer must also edit and revise the information therein. Equally the author can request his or her peer to review the work. References Gopal N. (2009). Business Communication. New Delhi: New Age International. Saunders A. & Anderson C. (2007). Business Reports. New York: Dodo Press [...]
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