Project engineers are being called on to present an increasing number of written reports covering the design and development programs they supervise. Many of them feel that professional writing ability is required, and that the demands on their time preclude more than a cursory interest in these important documents.: This paper shows that an orderly and logical presentation of material is more important than skillful writing techniques, and relates the organization of the report to a simple engineering problem. It explains why the engineer should originate the reports on his project, and the growth in professional stature that will result.:
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