News Review for 2024: How To Write An Executive Summary

If your plans are to present the entire expense report as it is to your reporting supervisor or manager then you’re not doing your job properly. Anyone who has worked a corporate job will be able to tell you just how stacked with work upper-level management is.

No one has the time or patience to go through all of the big reports. Instead, what you do is, break down those reports into concise paragraphs with the most useful information on deck. It is also important that the overview doesn’t exceed one or a maximum of two pages.

Which information to retain and which to discard for your executive summary is quite tricky and page length has to be kept in mind too. We’ll show you how it’s done with a top-of-the-line summarizer called You can look forward to this tool for 2024. Critique For 2024 – Mastering the Art of Crafting an Executive Summary

· Overview

First things first, what is is an AI text summarizer. Just the kind of summarizer we need for executive summaries. It’s an easy-to-use summarizer with plain instructions on how to use mentioned below the tool.

It supports six different languages and is free to use with no word limit or daily limit for that matter. It uses only the most advanced AI algorithms for summarizing. It also protects your anonymity so you may summarize freely without any worries.

With that brief overview, let’s delve into the ways of how to actually utilize this online summarizer to create error-free executive summaries.

1.      Review Document For Key Takeaways

Reviewing the company document before putting it in the summarizer has two-fold benefits.

  1. You know what the document is about. The ins and outs of the report. Super beneficial for presenting the main points of your report to your supervisor if the situation arises.
  2. You know what errors to look for after summarizing with the tool.

That’s not to say will present error-ridden summaries but it’s always useful to know if it does (it can happen rarely).

2.      Choose Your Input Text

After going through the document, it’s time for probably the most important part of creating executive summaries. That is choosing the right text for the tool to output. The accuracy of the tool’s results or any tool for that matter will depend on the accuracy of your inputs.

Make sure irrelevant, fluff information is omitted while pasting in the input. It will save precious extra seconds that it will spend to remove fluff anyway.

The above statements in the input box are from Nestle PK’s financial report for 2022. We reduced the tool’s workload by pasting only the relevant company information in our eyes. You can make it even easier for the tool by formatting your text properly.

3.      Select Your Summarizing Options

With this summarizer, you have the option of either going with a basic executive summary for your company or a new take on your document. For a basic summary, you will use “Summarizer” mode.

This mode is dedicated to not making any changes to your highly sensitive company documents/reports. It will instead retain the major points and key takeaways and present them with the same wording used in the document. It doesn’t improvise.

The “AI Summarizer” mode will do what the Summarizer mode does except it improvises. Powered by natural language processing, this mode is capable of coming to its own conclusions about what will work and what won’t.

It will then proceed to summarize it in its own diction. Executive summaries are where you could argue for the benefits of both types of summarization. Some documents don’t need unnecessary newer additions while others require some improvised additions. This is totally up to you and the kind of document the company requires.

Lastly, you can set the summary length. Remember, the aim is to fit as much relevant information as you can on one page so ideally, you may set the slider at 100%. The AI summarizer doesn’t give you the slider option because it already knows the task.

4.      Review And Edit The Executive Summary

After clicking or tapping “Summarize it”, you will have your executive summary in its crude form which means it’s not done yet. Refinement is needed. You must first review the output to notice any flaws or shortcomings in the generated executive summary.

This is where the first point about reviewing the document comes in handy as you now know what would be wrong if it is wrong. Some things to look out for in the generated summaries are:

  • Accuracy
  • Clarity
  • Conciseness

For example, if you want to reduce the length of the summary provided above even further then you can try removing some extra details. Details that are important but not too important and can be edited out. Sentences can be shortened a bit. After getting rid of these few minor flaws, it’s time to give the summary shape by formatting it.

5.      Formatting For Presentation

Of course, if you’re going to be presenting an executive summary to stakeholders, it needs to be properly formatted for them to understand. did its part in generating the summary above but it has no formatting.

It’s a small price to pay for its free features but the developers have provided options for you to format any summary within the tool. The “Best Line” feature might not be that useful in this context as no single line can do justice to any lengthy company documents or reports.

“Show Bullets” is what you should be eyeing for your format. It’s one of the best ways to format business documents. It will allow your bosses to scan important information easily and make required decisions because of it.

Your executive summary is now ready for company use. You can choose how you want to use it. Either copy the summary to adjust it in some other document or download the Word file and use that standalone file instead.

Our Thoughts on

Although the summary came out to be flawless, the tool itself isn’t flawless. There were times, especially during the use of the “Summarizer” mode when the slider option didn’t work. If anything it made its length worse when we changed the default length setting.

That’s about the only flaw we encountered, and we hope it gets fixed in the future. From a business standpoint, we’ve covered the benefits of but there are other fields too that can benefit greatly from this online tool.

Lawyers can use to review their legal documents like contracts. They can use it to skim the fluff and get to the important points of the documents too. Your research supervisors can use it to point out flaws in your theses, dissertations, and research papers.

Students themselves can use this tool to summarize topics, articles, hard key concepts, and so much more. It’s a great tool for exceptional educational outcomes. People in the service industry can use to quickly review customer feedback.

Even governments can use to review important policy documents and reports. All this is just to say that isn’t limited to just creating the best executive summaries. It has the potential to succeed in every field with just a little guidance

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