Written Proposal

I’m studying for my Business class and need an explanation.

Instructions

As a business professional, the first step to getting your ideas in front of the decision makers who can help you make them a reality is often writing a proposal. For this assignment, you will present an idea that you have for a new initiative, program, or policy to C-Level management in the form of a 3-page proposal. You will need to gain the interest and attention of your audience using memorable content and strong document design. Your end goal is to request and secure an in-person meeting, which will come in the form of a presentation in Module 3.

Proposals should reflect an understanding of the elements of persuasion necessary to solidify your case (e.g., ethos and pathos). The should present and idea in a convincing way tailored well to a particular audience.

Assignment Prompts

For this assignment,

  • You have a new initiative, program, or policy for which you would like approval from your current employer. The hypothetical audience will be your company’s C-Level team. You may choose a previous company you worked at or even one you hope to one day.

Your proposals should include an outline of your idea. Within that idea, you should address why the idea matters, who would benefit, and what potential concerns your audience would have.

Follow the outline below:

– Start with an Executive Summary: a bird’s eye overview of your idea with all the decision making information that an executive would need to sign off on the project.

– Describing the need your idea will fill, and for whom (Include quantitative research to support your idea where possible). Show an urgency to make the change.

– Providing the rationale: Why is your solution the best one for this space? Get us to visualize the solution in some way.

Costs / Benefits:* What is your projected budget for Year One, where will funds come from, what revenues will be generated (if any), when (whether) you will break even / make a profit?*

Qualifications: What skills/experience qualify you to design and develop this concept?

Conclusion: Summarize briefly the problem, the solution, why it’s the best one, what your audience will gain from the project.

*In view of the brief time span of this course you may provide a broad estimate, but please ground this in some realistic research about the industry or service — including existing competition in the area — that you propose .

*Use footnotes to indicate the sources you pulled information from.

The topic that you select for your proposal will form the basis of your presentation in a future module, so choose carefully. In developing your assignment prompt, be sure to consider the following questions:

  • Who are your intended and unintended audiences?
  • How will you illustrate your understanding of the larger issues that may impact the implementation of your idea?
  • In what order will you organize and present your information?
  • How will you draw the reader’s eye to the most important content? Remember document design is important here.

Requirements

  • Your submission should be 3-4 pages including images, charts, or diagrams that may help understand the content.
  • Your proposal should be written in a professional tone and should be free of grammatical errors.

Note :- My topic i am selecting for proposal would be hospitality/hotel industry

written proposal

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Part 3: Written Proposal – First Graded Submission (200 points):

Learning objectives:

  1. Target a results-oriented business audience
  2. Write and edit so that your messages are clear, concise and precise
  3. Prepare and deliver engaging oral presentations
  4. Apply critical thinking skills and increase your ability to interpret, analyze, evaluate, conclude and explain
  5. Identify, assess and apply credible information sources to develop and support arguments.

Your written proposal must include the following:

  1. Begin with a cover page that includes your name, the title of the proposal, the date, and the audience to whom you are sending the proposal.
  2. Executive Summary (This is a separate page at the beginning of the proposal and not included in the three pages):
    • The executive summary is where you present your case and give the reader the main “takeaway” of your proposal. Don’t focus on covering every detail. Instead, give an overview of the main details—your idea, the problem/need/opportunity it addresses, overall cost, and timing—focusing on the outcomes/conclusion you want the reader to understand.
    • Your summary should be less than one page and should be on its own page. Be direct by leading with your “purpose statement” (for example, “The Fox School of Business should expand its … “).
  3. Definition of the problem/need/opportunity:
    • Give background information to help the reader understand the need for the idea(s) you’re proposing. Be specific and reference outside sources that help to support your rationale for the need/opportunity.
  4. Proposed Project Details:
    • Give in-depth, realistic/”actionable” details and specifics related to your proposed concept (e.g. if you’re proposing a one-credit course, here’s where you would suggest specific learning objectives, assignments, who would teach/manage the course, etc…).
      • Be sure to include strategies for creating awareness of what you are proposing. For example, if you are proposing a service/course/program for students, consider ways to “get the word out” to students. Also include ways to get positive publicity for Temple (if your proposal is Temple-related) or other organization to whom you are proposing your idea.
    • Give any needed market-analysis here (i.e. what competitors are doing, how your proposal will compare, etc…).
    • Your goal in this section is to give enough detail so that your reader can visualize the final product of what you’re proposing
  5. Implementation Plan/Timeline:
    • Summarize what steps need to occur, and when, to implement what you propose.
    • Reference your appendix for a visual graphic of your timeline and other supporting visuals.
  6. Budget:
  • Summarize initial costs and, if applicable, forecast revenues.
    • Reference an appendix for full visual cost-breakdown.
  1. Assert the audience-focused benefits of your solution.
    • You can also include here benefits to other stakeholders (but make sure to be thorough and specific regarding benefits to the proposal’s audience; use the “you view”).
  2. Conclusion:
    • Briefly reiterate estate your main points, especially the need and benefits, and suggest a next step in the process to implement your proposal.
  3. Appendices:
    • Include any larger graphics here (such as a visual timeline and budget table, as well as other supporting graphics.)
  4. Include, as a separate last page, your APA-style references used in your proposal.

Format Requirements:

  • Your proposal should comprise about three pages (not including cover page, executive summary and appendices) single spaced or six pages double spaced.
  • Use 1-inch margins and 11 or 12-point font;
  • Use brevity tools such as section headers, bullet points, lists, timetables, charts, etc. (Note, however, that your ideas must be complete thoughts that are clear to your audience.)
  • Use in-text APA citations in the body of your proposal; these must explicitly connect to your references list at the end.

At a minimum, you should include a visual timeline (there’s a template for this in Microsoft Word), a table or chart outlining the budget/costs, and at least one other relevant visual.

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Written Proposal

I’m studying for my Business class and need an explanation.

Instructions

As a business professional, the first step to getting your ideas in front of the decision makers who can help you make them a reality is often writing a proposal. For this assignment, you will present an idea that you have for a new initiative, program, or policy to C-Level management in the form of a 3-page proposal. You will need to gain the interest and attention of your audience using memorable content and strong document design. Your end goal is to request and secure an in-person meeting, which will come in the form of a presentation in Module 3.

Proposals should reflect an understanding of the elements of persuasion necessary to solidify your case (e.g., ethos and pathos). The should present and idea in a convincing way tailored well to a particular audience.

Assignment Prompts

For this assignment,

  • You have a new initiative, program, or policy for which you would like approval from your current employer. The hypothetical audience will be your company’s C-Level team. You may choose a previous company you worked at or even one you hope to one day.

Your proposals should include an outline of your idea. Within that idea, you should address why the idea matters, who would benefit, and what potential concerns your audience would have.

Follow the outline below:

– Start with an Executive Summary: a bird’s eye overview of your idea with all the decision making information that an executive would need to sign off on the project.

– Describing the need your idea will fill, and for whom (Include quantitative research to support your idea where possible). Show an urgency to make the change.

– Providing the rationale: Why is your solution the best one for this space? Get us to visualize the solution in some way.

Costs / Benefits:* What is your projected budget for Year One, where will funds come from, what revenues will be generated (if any), when (whether) you will break even / make a profit?*

Qualifications: What skills/experience qualify you to design and develop this concept?

Conclusion: Summarize briefly the problem, the solution, why it’s the best one, what your audience will gain from the project.

*In view of the brief time span of this course you may provide a broad estimate, but please ground this in some realistic research about the industry or service — including existing competition in the area — that you propose .

*Use footnotes to indicate the sources you pulled information from.

The topic that you select for your proposal will form the basis of your presentation in a future module, so choose carefully. In developing your assignment prompt, be sure to consider the following questions:

  • Who are your intended and unintended audiences?
  • How will you illustrate your understanding of the larger issues that may impact the implementation of your idea?
  • In what order will you organize and present your information?
  • How will you draw the reader’s eye to the most important content? Remember document design is important here.

Requirements

  • Your submission should be 3-4 pages including images, charts, or diagrams that may help understand the content.
  • Your proposal should be written in a professional tone and should be free of grammatical errors.

Note :- My topic i am selecting for proposal would be hospitality/hotel industry