“A report in the hand is worth two on the desk.” —Savvy McBizGirl
There it sits, unopened on a desk: the report that someone (possibly you!) labored to create.
That’s so wrong. No one wants to spend time creating a report that gets ignored because it’s deemed useless.
This begs the question: What makes that report “useless”? And how can you get that report noticed?
The answer is pretty simple. If your report has these six components, it’s way more likely to get noticed. That means it will be used to guide company decisions, not just take up space.
What are these six components? Find out in our new white paper, “How to Get Your Reports Noticed.” Download your free copy today.
Author: Heidi V. Anderson
Heidi has been writing professionally about computers, technology and the Internet for more than 20 years. She lives in Vermont where she taps her maple trees for syrup and most of the year wishes it was just a little bit warmer out.
Other posts by Heidi V. Anderson