Executive Summary

Draft an “Executive Summary.” An “Executive Summary” is a stand-alone document. The audience consists of executives who will never have time to read the entire proposal. As the writer, you need to capture all key points (from start to finish) in one page (single spaced). That is why writers draft the “Executive Summary” after finishing the proposal. That is also why this final assignment should be challenging: you have to take your 7-8 page proposals (see attached) and condense it into a 1-page summary. Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upPUz1-C0wA