Corporate_Research_Proposal,_yeager

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Unformatted text preview: Remarks: Remarks: s This file is reflective of practices frequently used in This industry and business when developing research proposals. proposals. It is rather brief and to the point, as compared with an It academic proposal format. academic There is little difference between the formats of the There corporate proposal and the industrial proposal. corporate As related to research exams, some questions from these As 13 slides, may be included; however, those few questions shall be of low priority as compared to those included from the academic proposal Power Point. s s s Corporate Proposals … suggested in-house steps for securing approval and resources within a corporate structure L. Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 L. Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 “A person would be an economic fool to put money into a redwood seedling when so many more profitable opportunities are at hand.” …Garrett Hardin, Professor of Ecology, U. of Calif.--Santa Barbara Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Major parts for a corporate proposal are _____. a) b) c) d) e) f) proposal summary origin & rationale justification alternatives project details safety, health, & environment Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 What is included in the proposal summary? What is the proposal or problem? Why should the project be supported? What are the expected results? Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 a) accurate problem identity is essential b) c) origin & rationale a) What is the problem’s background? What problem will be solved? (and/or) What opportunity will become available? b) c) Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 justification a) b) What corporate plan is necessary? What improvement may occur as related to either production or operation? What are the financial benefits? How will the company or division benefit? Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 a) a) alternatives a) What other solutions are possible? What contingencies may be considered? Why is this proposal (or action) preferred? Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 b) c) project details a) What resources will be needed? What is the schedule? What demands will be made on normal operations and processes? Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 b) c) safety, health & environment a) What human and/or environmental hazards are involved? What safety and environmental standards are critical to the project? What human protection will be required? Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 b) c) Comparison between corporate and industrial proposal formats Corporate paradigm a) b) c) d) e) f) proposal summary origin & rationale justification alternatives project details safety, health, & environment Industrial paradigm a) proposal summary b) origin and reason c) justification d) alternatives e) project details f) safety, health, and environment Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager ­ 2008 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course TMGT TMGT 595 taught by Professor Dr.l.yeager during the Fall '10 term at Texas A&M University–Commerce.

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