Start constructing a brief as analysts write various reports for their supervisors.
Identify why you need to report your findings.
How should the findings be structured to gain the attention of your organization?
Describe why you selected the structure you did?
A brief is a summary, guide or argument that someone uses to present key points to stakeholders. It may present key relevant facts or summarize goals, challenges and other details. A brief can help you communicate important details to key stakeholders, including the court system or creative teams at agencies. A well-written brief can increase the likelihood that your project will be successful. The elements in a brief can vary depending on the type of brief. General steps you should take to write a brief: explain the goals and motivations; highlight specific objectives and challenges; describe your target audience; examine competitors; and ask for feedback.