A progress report provides an early statement of where a project stands. It provides more than just "we are working on it," however. A progress report should stand on its own--providing context for the work for anyone who might read the report.
Provide information responsive to the following three questions:
What are you working on?
(business writing techniques, business ethnics, reading systems of survival..etc.. )
What have you done so far?
What have you found?
Use headings to lay out your report. Please don`t use "What I am working on" as a heading! Make your heading report what you are working on.
Manage your sources--introduce authors and articles, quote accurately, don`t patchwrite, and discuss or comment on what you do report.
A good project progress report will run at least three paragraphs, and more likely four or five. But not much more.
sProgress Report For the past few weeks, I have noticed a number of changes in myself. Perhaps one of the most glaring is my new found interest in sustainable business practices. From our work on â€œSystems of Survivalâ€ and â€œWhat Money Can`t Buyâ€, I have realized a number of things. First is that business has a unique role to play in society that is so different from politics. Second, business is unable to fulfill its real purpose. Through these realizations, I have found it important to go beyond the assigned readings in class â€“ I made my own research in order to understand the situation better and formulate possible solutions. Through my readings, I went deeper into the problem of business and have found interconnections. For example, I discovered that many issues like hunger and malnutrition, poverty, social and gender discrimination may have its roots in the incorrect conduct of busin