Performance Improvement 2002. Cross-Cutting Factors


Cross-Cutting Factors

Cross-cutting factors that are likely to be important at all stages of a report include: clarity, presentation, operation at a state-of-the-art level, appropriateness, understandability, innovation, generalizability, efficiency of approach, logical relationships, and discussion of the report's limitations. The report should also address ethical issues, possible perceptual bias, cultural diversity, and any gaps in study execution.