Proposals are produced to elicit certain outcomes or responses from the reader. A well-written proposal justifies the request for a commitment of resources and provides the reader with the focus of the project as well as guidelines for the design and delivery of the final project. Following are some guidelines to help make sure your proposals result in the outcomes you desire.
Margaux Judge has worked as an e-learning editor and instructional designer for over ten years, writing and editing a wide variety of courses, from technical topics to soft skills. She has a Bachelor's degree in English and Textual Studies from Syracuse University and a Master's degree in Television Writing from Boston University.