Please don’t pass/outsource my work for others to do, be original, and cite anyone you quote or paraphase please. Label your sections also and which student post you reply to (the response should sound like you are responding to that specific person or post).
“Writing Proposals“ Please respond to the following:
In a separate post, follow up on one of your fellow students in substantive post of up to 150 words that further the discussion. For example, you may support or politely challenge a post with your own insights or experience, make a suggestion, or ask probing follow-up questions. (choose one)
Deadlines are often associated with writing proposals. Determine where or what specifically can be “skimped” on when writing a proposal in order to meet the deadline.
The proposal example in Chapter 14 titled, Proposal For Improved Exterior Lighting At Eastbrook Shopping Center, indicates the layout of a formal proposal. If you were trying to meet a deadline you could leave out the schedule and the glossary. The informal proposal would basically hit the highlights to convey the issue and how it will be resolved with the proposed solution.
Imagine you are asked to write a proposal for a new software application that you and your supervisor see adding value to the entire organization of about 1,000 people in three separate locations. Prepare a headings outline for a formal proposal that will be submitted to your supervisor’s manager for consideration.
There are deadlines that are often associated with proposals; if a deadline needed to be met there are areas that we could “skimp” on. Areas that we could specifically skimp on in this case would be any non-essential items. Non-essential items include; glossary, works cited and appendices. The non-essential items are important but in a case where the team is trying to meet a deadline, they could be left out.
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