Business & Project Proposal Writing
As Benny Web Tech LTD Our Team Understands that A project proposal outlines your project’s core value proposition. It sells value to both internal and external stakeholders. The intent of the proposal is to grab stakeholder and project sponsor attention. Once you have people’s attention, the next step is getting them excited about the project. Getting in the heads of the people you are writing the proposal for is vital: you need to think like the project’s stakeholders to deliver a proposal which meets their needs.
Questions We Consider When Writing a Project Proposal
There are several key operational and strategic questions we consider, including:
- Triple Constraint: How can we address the triple constraint of scope, schedule and cost?
2. Core Problem: What is the core problem we’re trying to solve?
3. Resources: What resources will be available?
4. Timeline: What timeline are we working within?
5. Budget: What budget do we have to work with? How does this affect our goal setting?
6. Strategic Goals: What are the strategic goals of our client, and how does our proposal align with those goals?
Responsible Parties: Who are the people responsible for the project? What are their goals and motivations?
7. Client Benefit: How will the client benefit from the completion of our project? What is their primary goal?
Project Deliverables & 8. Success: How will success of the project be measured? What deliverables do our stakeholders expect to see at closure?