Are you saying the following?
1) Usually, nothing much happens
2) Corporate demand a report anyway
3) Corporate further demand said report be written as if the nothing much that barely happened was an exciting event worthy of poetic response
4) Corporate never read the reports
If so, I'd consider Corporate to be stuffed with supernumaries engaged in making work for other people, to justify their own existence. A bit of culling is indicated.
However, if you must endure this silly situation, you might possibly get at least part way with mouser's Form Letter Machine
The Form Letter Machine is a program that will help you to write letters and emails by mixing and matching from pre-written paragraphs.
It's useful for people who regularly need to send out emails which include different components in different circumstances. For example if you field technical support requests, or if you need to reply to various inquiries, etc.
Someone would have to write a multitude of templates in the first place, and I also wonder if FLM's variables are sufficiently sophisticated. Besides, you seem to need something like FLM cross-bred with one of the Corporate Bullshit Generators you can find on the Web.
FLM's Help quotes only one similar program, a commercial one: Blitzdocs
Blitzdocs is the fastest and most powerful document automation and document assembly software. It helps you quickly design and generate common and specialized documents and forms for a variety of purposes, including agreements, invoices, letters, etc.
Document assembly, at the most basic level, is the creation of new, complete documents from the combination of 1) new, and 2) existing information.
Reusing existing information is more efficient than retyping the information into the computer. Although document assembly may take on many forms, it is this basic concept that makes it so appealing to law firms.
Why do I need it? To save time and money by lowering the overhead of document production and its staffing.