The Executive Summary: A Key to Effective Communication
Presenting the correct written information to a business decision maker in the appropriate form is often critical to the success of the project. A lengthy report is not likely to be read, while a project abstract with insufficient information may not allow the decision maker to act. In these cases, the executive summary may be the writer's only opportunity to convince the decision-maker to act.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1996-02-01
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