There is no easy way to produce a quality proposal, but there are countless ways to produce a substandard proposal that stinks. No matter how great are your ideas—if they are not on paper, they cannot be evaluated. You may know the customer, and have the Government eagerly anticipate your proposal—and then snatch the defeat out of the jaws of victory when preparing the actual proposal.
Lack of proper quality control is often one of the key reasons for proposal failures.
The right quality control measures help do things right the first time. This way, you will not only improve your Pwin but also reduce proposal costs and avoid tying up your precious resources.
This webinar focuses on seven elements of the proposal quality control, from larger initiatives affecting all your pursuits to the specific techniques used during the individual proposal process. It shares the techniques for turning a stinky proposal into a great one.