Architecture in practice, Part 3, Top ten tips for writing great IT project proposals

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Tilak Mitra

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: April 03, 2007

Just as there is a software development methodology, there is an approach you can take toward IT project proposal development to maximize your chances of success. In the latest installment in the Architecture in practice column, IBM architect Tilak Mitra takes the viewpoint of a proposal leader and highlights the major steps you should follow to ensure the development of a high-quality proposal.

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