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    Routine Operational Reports: Info Needed

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    What information might go into routine operational reports for different kinds of organizations? Explain why an organization, or an organization that you work for would need this information regularly?

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    Lesikar, R. V., Flatley, M. E., & Rentz, K. (2008). Business communication: Making connections in a digital world (11th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.

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    Information for routine operational reports would include routine decisions, actions taken and results obtained in regards to the everyday, on-going operation of the organization. The information involved in routine reports helps "the management of the organization to make decisions in the matters relating to day-to-day affairs" (MBA Knowledge Base, n/d). The objective is to let management know what is happening in the organization, the progress of the organization or its' parts, measures that have been taken, and results. Facts are given, without additional comments or explanations typically. ...

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    This solution discusses the information that might go into routine operational reports for different kinds of organizations. It explains why an organization would need this information regularly. APA references are included as well as in-text citations.