Organisation profile guidelines
From AussieInnovation Wiki
|(insert name of organisation)|
This is a quick summary of the organisation. It talks, briefly, about its inception, structure, services and philosophy. All sections of the organisation profile should be written from the 3rd person perspective and in a neutral tone. This is not the place for hyperbole (unless it is a relevant, and significant, direct quote from a referenced source) or advertising.
(Note that the Introduction is an untitled non-section that precedes the first section in the article.)
The story of the organisation which highlights the key events that shaped it.
How the organisation is arranged. This could possibly have information on committees, sub-chapters, membership requirements, the board of directors and so on.
What the company does, what it makes, who it helps, and, perhaps, some of its best-known products.
Describes the organisation’s role in innovation, and some of the things they have done on this front. It also contains the links to related pages on AussieInnovation.com.
This section is optional. It looks at an issues of interest, where the organisation has drawn criticism in a public forum. Obviously, no libel is permitted, and this should impartially report any key issues raised on the topic.
Reference details should follow the following format, where possible: AUTHOR, LINKED TITLE, PUBLISHED-IN, DATE, for example:
Anon Ymous, "An Esoteric Article", Not A Real Magazine, November 2007