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Stage 6: Write a report

The final stage of the participative process review is the writing of the report.

The report should include

  • clear links to the “agreed” Terms of Reference;
  • definition of the current process with proposals for any new processes;
  • highlighting of issues, dependencies, linkages, risks and other key impacts;
  • recommendations with outline of cost and resource implications .

Reports will vary depending upon the original need. Prioritise your proposals from most important downwards.

Your proposals should be considered in terms of their

  • desirability linked to strategic aims and freeing up resourcing
  • feasibility with regards implementation

Be as brief as you can be and make it easy to read and understand.