Research and write a Recommendation Report that persuades readers to take action in response to a defined problem within a real company or organization. Format Requirements: 8+ pages of written content (plus cover page, table of contents, and references page) Proper APA format for all aspects of the report, including cover page, table of contents, abstract, in-text citations, and references page 6+ researched sources used within text of the document and listed on the references page Polished writing (i.e.: no errors in spelling, syntax, capitalization, punctuation) Organized paragraphs and sections 12-point Times New Roman font Double-spaced lines 3rd person point of view HOW: RHETORICAL ARRANGEMENT (You must use these subheadings.) I. Cover page (Use model provided in A Writer’s Reference.) II. Table of Contents (Use professor’s guidelines.) III. Abstract (This is a summary of the Recommendation Report using APA format based on model provided in A Writer’s Reference; 150-250 words in length.) IV. Introduction Define the problem that the company needs to solve. Include any necessary contextual or background information. Describe the real company so the reader has a clear understanding of the organization and then define your role within (or relationship to) the organization. Define the target audience for the report. Describe the recommended solution (thesis statement) and the benefits the solution will provide the target audience. V. Discussion (you may include more points in this section than those listed below) Argue one point of support for thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence) with cited research data that supports the point Argue another point of support for thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence) with cited research data that supports the point Argue another point of support for thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence) with cited research data that supports the point Address potential opposition (in a separate paragraph or include it within particular points of the discussion) VI. Conclusion/Recommendation Emphasize the benefits of accepting the recommendation for the target audience. Call to action: Describe next steps the target audience must take to implement your recommendation. VII. References (Use guidelines provided in A Writer’s Reference.) HOW: Remember to refer to your annotated bibliography and your memorandum for your sources, thesis statement, and other work to prepare for this report. QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE WRITING YOUR FIRST DRAFT: What is the specific problem I will discuss in my report? Has the problem, and its recommended solution(s) or proposed course of action, been narrowed in scope to be described within the limits of the report’s page count? What action do I want to convince the audience to do or accept? Will the report attempt to solve an internal organizational problem? Who is the target audience? Will the report be addressed from one organization to another? Or will it be from an individual to an organization? Who has the power to approve the recommendations in my report? What research findings will I need?
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