Talk:Proposal (business)

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Adequacy of references[edit]

As per tag that the page needs citations for the references, I don't think this applies here.

According to Wikipedia: "Articles can be supported with references in two ways: the provision of general references – books or other sources that support a significant amount of the material in the article – and inline citations, that is, references within the text, which provide source information for specific statements."

I'm familiar with most of the references cited here and they are "books or other sources that support a significant amount of the material in the article"

This page previously included more detail, but it became unwieldy and was pared down to a description that avoids use of proprietary language and unnecessary complexity. Lricci 15:02, 20 October 2007 (UTC)

Project Mandate doesn't fit with the Business Proposal; it belongs with Terms of Ref (ToR), or Project Charter, or Project Brief, or Project Initiation Document (PID), or even as a link from Business Case. Jiffjaff (talk) 03:18, 12 December 2007 (UTC)

Project Mandate aka Requirements analysis should be part of the Needs assessment section. It is referred to in the proposal, but is analyzed and / or developed and completed during the Needs Assessment sales stage. Needs assessment is sometime referred to as "Vision Creation" in some sales method processes. Kdfox1225 (talk) 16:26, 4 March 2008 (UTC)