Written proposal draft

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ProfAlston
School: New York University

Hey, please add me more time. Below is the outline

Outline
This paper addresses the following:
Part 4: Written proposal (200 points – 150 for written portion, 50 for visuals):
Your written proposal will include:


Cover page that includes your name, the title of the proposal, the date, and your
instructor’s last name and section number



Definition of the problem/business need
o

Give background information to help the reader understand the need for your
proposal



Proposal
o

Your idea – make sure to include the who, what, when, where, and why here

o

Give details on your approach and qualifications

o

Give any needed market analysis here (i.e. what competitors are doing, how your
proposal will compare, etc.)



Implementation Plan/Timeline



Budget/Initial Costs



The benefits of your solution



Conclusion
o



Restate your main points – tie them all together

Appendix
o

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

o

You should also include other visuals here to support other information in your
proposal



List of References (APA style)

Format Requirements:


Your proposal will be no more than 5 pages, not including the appendix (visuals and other
supporting documentation), the reference list, or the cover page.



Use 1-inch margins and 11 or 12-point font.



Single spaced, with a line of space between each section and paragraph



Use brevity tools, like section headers, lists, timetables, budget charts, etc.

14 hours ago

Attached.

Running Head: WRITTEN PROPOSAL

1

Written Proposal
Student:
Section Number:
Instructor:
Date:

WRITTEN PROPOSAL

2

Business Need
With the beginning of summer comes the heat and while this is good news for other
people, it is a dangerous time for those landscaping crew members exposed to high
temperatures while working in hot indoor environments or while working outdoors. Heatrelated illnesses and other workplace hazards in the landscaping industry are usually underreported. A high profile case of heat stroke is th...

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