How Do You Write A Project Proposal?
A project proposal is a document that is written with a specific purpose in mind: to convince someone that a project can and should be completed. Although there isn’t a universal format for project proposals, many elements in proposals are important, and often, mandatory. Above all else, you must remember that a project proposal is an argument. If you don’t present a viable and logical argument, your proposal will likely be rejected. Analyze your audience. Decide who will be reading the document and how they will be interacting with the document. The simplest way to conduct an audience analysis is to write down what prior knowledge the audience may have about the topic. This will help you determine how much detail to include in the proposal. Write an introduction and place it under a header labeled “Introduction.” This should be a brief description of the overall project and a statement about why it is a relevant and important project. Include a section about previous or related work.
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