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    Instruction vs. Process Analysis

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    Create a chart that illustrates the differences between a set of instructions and a process analysis set. Also show how they differ from one other in terms of purpose, title, audience, organization, document design, and other ways.

    I have most of the project done I need someone to help me do this. I don't know how to do it.

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    Hello,

    Please see the attached response for chart form. The following items can be tweaked to fit your own project. For example, the information or work being analyzed in the process analysis will be specific to your organization.

    Process Analysis

    Purpose: to tell or learn how something happens, works or is done (information) (1)
    Title: Process or Task Analysis
    Audience: The work or task that is being analyzed e.g., business procedures, etc.

    Organization: e.g. ...

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    Through illustrative example, this solution create a chart that illustrates the differences between a set of instructions and a process analysis set. It also illustrates how they differ from one other in terms of purpose, title, audience, organization, document design, and other ways.

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