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How to Write your First Feasibility Study Report (with sample template)

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How to Write your First Feasibility Study Report (with sample template)

Have you ever struggled with writing a feasibility study? If this area is new to you, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and not know where to start.

However, as with most types of business writing, if you can break your report into atomic writing tasks, connect each section together (i.e. links on a chain), the text will seem to flow as you read the document.

So, how do we get there? Let’s keep it simple and look at three challenges and how to overcome them.

Writing Challenges

  1. Gathering accurate data - Many writers rely on outdated or unreliable sources, leading to flawed conclusions.
  2. Maintaining objectivity - Personal biases can creep in, skewing the analysis.
  3. Communicating complex ideas simply - Feasibility studies often involve technical details that must be explained clearly.

How to Fix

To address these:

  1. Use authoritative, up-to-date sources and verify data accuracy.
  2. Approach the analysis with a neutral mindset, considering multiple perspectives. This ensures you avoid bias in your writing.
  3. Break down complex concepts into easy-to-understand language. In MS Word, run the document readability report. This shows you the readability statistics for your document. For example, it will flag if the level of the writing is above or below your target reader. Adjust it, and re-run the report.

The Finer Points

As they said, you get one chance to make a first impression. If this is your first time writing a feasibility report, consider using the following MS Office templates to guide you through the writing process. Each template provides ‘how do I’ text and sample material to get you started.

Did these tips help you feel more confident in tackling your next feasibility study? Let me know if you need any other writing advice.

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