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How To Write A Proposal That’s Accepted Every Time. Faculty of Computer and Information Technology Department of Computer Information Systems (C.I.S) Supervisor DR: Eyad Alshareef. Group Member. Ammar Kamal Abbasi 20082174021

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How to write a proposal that s accepted every time

How To Write A Proposal That’s

Accepted Every Time


How to write a proposal that s accepted every time

Faculty of Computer and Information Technology

Department of Computer Information Systems

(C.I.S)

Supervisor

DR: Eyad Alshareef


Group member

Group Member

Ammar Kamal Abbasi 20082174021

Malik Sayah Jaddou’ 20080174067


Outlines

Outlines:

  • Introduction

    - Definition of Proposal

    - The purposes of Proposal

    - Who writes the Proposal ?

    - The contents of a proposal

  • Characteristics of proposal

  • Advantages of proposal

  • Proposal Graphics and Visual Communication

  • Key Components of Your Business Proposal

  • Image Counts

  • Proposal Templates


Introduction

Introduction

  • A project proposal is a detailed description of a series of activities aimed at solving a certain problem.

  • Purpose: The purpose of a project proposal is to determine if a proposed project is feasible, practical, and worth pursuing.


Introduction1

Introduction

  • Who Writes the Proposal?

    The project proposal is usually developed from discussions among key stakeholders, and is generally written by marketing personnel, a project sponsor, or a project manager.


Introduction2

Introduction

What Should a Proposal Contain?

The proposal should contain a detailed explanation of the:

- Justification of the project;

- Activities and implementation timeline;

- Methodology; and human, material and financial resources required.


Characteristics of proposal

Characteristics of proposal

To write an effective proposal, it must contain

many of the properties such as:

  • Clear

  • Concise

  • Correct

  • Complete

  • Conversational

  • Client-focused

  • Quick and easy-to read


Advantages of proposal

Advantages of Proposal

  • Clarification of Vision

  • Evidence

  • Road Map

  • Risk Address


Proposal graphics and visual communication

Proposal Graphics and Visual Communication

  • Graphics are critical for successful proposals.

  • Visual communication is far more effective than communicating via text.

  • The goal is to create information graphics that are persuasive.

  • Proposal graphics are so important, that one technique for developing proposals is to create the graphics first, and then write the text around them.


Proposal graphics and visual communication1

Proposal Graphics and Visual Communication


Key components of your business proposal

Key Components of your Business Proposal

1) Title of Business Proposal

  • State your personal information like name, academic title, your position at your work place, your date of birth, nationality and private address and telephone and e-mail.

  • The title should be brief, it should be accurate, descriptive and comprehensive, clearly indicating the subject of investigation.


Key components of your business proposal1

Key Components of your Business Proposal

2)Summary Abstract 

  • Some people consider this the most important part of the proposal because it is the reviewer’s first impression.

  • because it is a summary of the proposal. The executive summary is a concise description of the project covering objectives, need, methodology, and disseminationplan.

  • An executive summary should be less than 750 words and fit on one page.


Key components of your business proposal2

Key Components of your Business Proposal

3) Short Statement of the Problem

  • Give a short summary of the research problem that you have identified – not more than 15 to 20 lines.

  • The problems should be clearly and consistent and have full meaning.


Key components of your business proposal3

Key Components of your Business Proposal

4)Solution to the Problem (We are discuss 4 points)

A) Objectives

  • Indicate the expected outcomes of the project.

  • This shows what you will do, for whom, by how much, and by when.


Key components of your business proposal4

Key Components of your Business Proposal

B)Scope

  • Provide a top-level description of the overall scope of the project.

  • This will take place during the initial planning stage of the project.

  • the general description of the project’s scope should be sufficient for making rough estimates of the project’s schedule and costs.


Key components of your business proposal5

Key Components of your Business Proposal

C) Methodology

  • The critical part of the proposal and is the longest part and worth the most points.

  • It is a plan of action for how the objectives will be achieved.

  • It is relevance, effectiveness, and innovativeness.

    D) Time-line

  • Describe how long (days, months) specific tasks or components of the project will take.


Key components of your business proposal6

Key Components of your Business Proposal

5 ) Budget

  • Order of magnitude cost estimates are also made as part of the project proposal.

  • Show the annual and overall cost of the project.

  • A detailed budget should be divided into categories such as salaries, fringe benefits, travel, supplies, equipment, etc.

    6) Resumes of proposed Project Staff 


Key components of your business proposal7

Key Components of your Business Proposal

7) resources will be required

  • Before a project can be authorized it is vital that a corporation consider the resources needed to support it.

  • Resources include needed personnel, equipment, facilities, processes, and funding


Image count

Image count

  • The appearance of your proposal does make an impression on the reviewer.

  • The narrative description should not exceed 10 typed, Letter-Size (8.5” x 11").

  • single-spaced pages, 12-point font.

  • The proposal should be neat and readable.

  • recommended to complete it at least a day or two before the deadline.


Proposal templates

Proposal Templates


References

References

http://www.lloydstsbbusiness.com/support/businessguides/business_plans.asp


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