With a lot riding on your proposals, you need to make sure that you include everything you need to include and not accidentally omit vital information. Use this checklist to make sure you get everything into the document that needs to be there.
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You and your project group are putting together a proposal--literally. This checklist (broken down into administrative, technical and financial sections) helps you keep track of what you need to include.
Putting together a proposal requires a great deal of coordination. This handy checklist will help you keep everything straight.
There are many available techniques for estimation; however, during the RFP/proposal stage, estimation becomes a challenge due to the high level of scope and information, short durations, urgent submissions, etc. One has to rely on a work breakdown methodology and past experience to derive the schedule, effort and resource requirements. This sample template will help you log a variety of planning activities.
If you're working on a proposal, you need to understand the risks involved. You certainly don't want to bite off more than you can chew. This checklist will keep you on track.
This document will walk you through the steps of preparing a proposed project profile (PPP).
You know that your proposed project solution is the right one for your client. Now, how exactly do you convince the client of that? This form will help you state your case.
You've prototyped your application's user interface. Now check to see where it is okay and where it needs improvement.
This plan will help you if you are using Rapid Prototyping as a software development process. This method is gaining a lot of popularity among software companies; a Web-based application is used as an example.
When it comes to projects, little is done to qualitatively measure the “pulse of stakeholders” in a way that is simple, fast and revealing. In conjunction with the article How is Your Team Perceived? Taking the Pulse of the Stakeholder, this PM offers an idea that is not a quantitative process; rather it explores the emotional and interpersonal side of the customer relationship question.