Warning Both types of information should be used with caution because: Primary information could be inaccurate or biased. Secondary information could be inaccurate, biased, and out-of-date.
Analyse the information The purpose of analysing the information is to make sense, objecively, out of the information you have collected. You must first ensure that the information is free from any personal bias. Information is then compared and contrasted in order to find new ideas or the best ideas. Separate facts and figures need to be interpreted by explaining what they mean and what significance they have.
Determine the solution First make sure that a solution is requested. This may not always be the case. The purpose of the report may be to present the facts for someone else to determine the best solution. If you have been asked t