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APMP Webinar - Building Blocks: Adapting Proposal Best Practices
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This APMP webinar is brought to you by the APMP Commercial Community.

3/19/2014
When: APMP Webinar Session
1 - 2 p.m. ET
Where: Webinar link sent with registration confirmation
APMP Online Conference Center
APMP Member Price: $25
Non-member Price: $75
Presenter: Jeannette Waldie, CPP APMP, JK Waldie & Associates
Contact: Patrice Scheyer

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Building Blocks
The webinar is brought to you by the APMP Commercial Community, and has occurred in the past. To purchase a recording of the webinar, click here.

Many proposal professionals have books and binders on proposal processes collecting dust on the bookshelves. The processes work well for large, complex proposals, and adapting them for fast-paced commercial proposals can be a challenge.

This interactive presentation will demonstrate how to change from a "cookie-cutter” approach to a building block approach in managing processes and adapting them to fit various proposals. Topics include:

  • Identifying processes for commercial pursuits
  • Combining processes into one step
  • Adapting the processes to fit the size of the pursuit
  • Adapting processes to internal clients

Managing work flow and introducing best practices can be a challenge in this business environment, no matter the experience level of the proposal professional. This presentation will benefit commercial proposal professionals at all levels of experience.

About the Presenter

Jeannette Waldie, CPP APMP, aka "The Proposal Lone Ranger," has over 22 years of experience managing commercial and government proposals. She has worked in all aspects of the proposal process—from managing multi-million dollar federal proposals, to developing unique client-focused win strategies. She specializes in helping small commercial proposal centers develop customizable proposal best practices to win more and reduce costs. She is founder and owner of JK Waldie & Associates in Houston, Texas.