Molly K. Moran

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This virtual forest brought to you by an effort to conserve paper this RFP season.

This virtual forest brought to you by an effort to conserve paper this RFP season.

(via berfrois)

— 8 months ago with 3250 notes

#paper  #rfp 
"Top 20% of innovators say their growth rate over the next five years will be double the global average. http://pwc.to/1e01sf7"
— 10 months ago

#innovation  #growth 
"No RFP can ever fully capture the customer’s intent…What most RFPs lack is insight. They present the superficial picture of what the customer wants, but not why the customer wants it."
Powerful Proposals, Pugh & Bacon
— 1 year ago with 1 note

#Proposals  #RFP  #Business Development 
Cover Letters →

dudeinpublishing:

This is how you should treat your first draft of a cover letter and/or resume:

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Do this: read your cover letter out loud, or get a friend to do it. If it sounds robotic or awkward or just not “you”, buff those parts out.

— 1 year ago with 31 notes

#cover letter  #proposal  #pursuit strategy  #business writing 
Anonymous asked: How long should an executive summary be?


Answer:

The question is, how short can you make it? Whenever you can get everything on one page, do it.

— 1 year ago

Extreme Ironing

Extreme Ironing

(Source: aquaticpanda, via conejograde)

— 1 year ago with 4 notes

#Ironing 
"…say it to yourself in just one sentence. Then ask yourself whether you could imagine your mother listening to this sentence for longer than a microsecond before she reaches for the ironing."
— 1 year ago with 1 note

#writing  #journalism  #marketing  #RFP 
The Importance of Design. 
From left, George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames, and Jens Risom sitting on or standing by work they designed.
Belinda Lanks article in Co.Design

The Importance of Design. 

From left, George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames, and Jens Risom sitting on or standing by work they designed.

Belinda Lanks article in Co.Design

(Source: j2parman)

— 1 year ago with 2 notes

#Design  #Government Contracting  #PR 
Proposals and Partnerships: Not just for V-Day Anymore: The Flotsam Blog: Are you teaming with a turkey? →

theflotsamblog:

Oftentimes we team with subcontractors in pursuit of RFPs just to get a local presence on our team or fill a niche, but that can be dangerous if you don’t know much about who you are teaming with. The truth is, if you haven’t worked with that sub before it can help you as much as hurt you.

— 1 year ago with 1 note

"A proper “translation” goes beyond jargon replacement, or even providing detailed definitions of these terms like a glossary or encyclopedia might."
Khalil A. Cassimally on scientific communications
— 1 year ago

#Scientific Writing  #Scientific Translation  #Business Development  #Marketing Communications