You’ve planned, collected data, conducted analyses, and documented it all in one robust report. That’s not the end of the assessment process, though.
While the report may summarize what you’ve done so far, reporting might more accurately be considered the middle of the process. Report documentation is not where the story ends; there is still sharing and taking action as a result of the data. Some even consider re-assessing to measure impact of change or confirm initial results as part of the initial cycle or process.
If you’ve confused reporting with the end of the cycle, don’t worry — I have some tips and advice to integrate into your practice to best respect the process and maximize your results.