One of the most effective ways we can understand what it is we know, what we have learned, and what we still need to know is through reflective writing. While reflective writing is not, by definition, technical writing, this weekly exercise should help you to better assess your progress through the course and course concepts.
Journal Topics: Compare and Contrast Feasibility and Recommendation Reports
This journal focuses on the Chapter 8 in the textbook.
1. How are Feasibility and Recommendation reports similar?
2. How are they different? What is the “one small difference” (Leo Finkelstein, 2008, pp. 127-128) between these reports?
3. Have you ever read feasibility or recommendation reports or written them? Be specific.
4. How does a feasibility or recommendation report relate to a proposals (Chapter 6) which are specialized, technical business documents that offer persuasive solutions to problems?(Finkelstein, 2008, p. 81).
· Between 250 and 350 words in length.
· Respond to all prompts in the instructions.
· Use information from the readings or videos to support your ideas and credit (identify) the source(s) used.
· Proofread to eliminate technical errors (e.g. spelling, grammar, punctuation).