Three Ways In Which Line Managers Send Reports to the Executives Managers
One of the main things that line managers have to do on a regular basis is send reports to the executive managers. There are three ways in which they typically do so.
The first way in which line managers often send reports to the executive managers is by email. Upon generating a report, a line manager may then log onto Gmail using the relevant Gmail.com credentials, and then proceed to create an email with the appropriate www.gmail.com subject introducing the attached report. Since the advent of email, this has become the most popular method of sending reports from line managers to executive managers.
The second way in which line managers often send reports to the executive managers is by fax. Before email came into being, most line managers preferred to send reports to their executive heads in this way. Nowadays, email is preferred, and fax is only used in exceptional circumstances.
The third way in which line managers often send reports to the executive managers is by post (that is, the so-called snail mail). This is rarely ever used in contemporary times, but there are places with fairly efficient postal services whose operation is such that mails can be quite efficiently sent through them. Ultimately, it remains as an option (mostly a last resort option).