I'm managing 2 teams A & B. Team A has dependency on Team B. My intent is to ask Team A to be prepared with what information they need from Team B. I'm struggling to put this on an email. Below is my effort -

Dear Team A, If we can be ready with the list of what information we need from Team B, then we can make a speedy progress right from the inauguration call.

  • Looks fine. What specfic concerns do you have? – James K Apr 1 '19 at 5:26
  • @JamesK I'm not convinced with the phrase "list of what information", "list of the information" etc. Are these correct phrases ? – Jarvis Apr 1 '19 at 5:52

You might consider the following:

Hello Team A, Please prepare a list of the information you need from Team B before the phone call so we can proceed quickly after the call.

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  • is the phrase "list of the information" correct ? – Jarvis Apr 1 '19 at 5:53
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    Yes. The phrase suggests something like a bulleted list exists that describes the required information. You could use the phrase similarly with groceries. "Please prepare a list of the groceries we need for dinner." – JBH Apr 1 '19 at 6:04

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