Note, that the process of creating the roadmap requires an excellent preparation and deep research.
The hardest part of all processes is to choose a topic.
When writing the project proposal, Jennifer outlines the form (and encouraged you to use one of the many templates out there), which can be broken down into executive summary, background and proposal.
Today we’re talking about how to present a project proposal. There are several things that you generally include in the proposal, and here are the three things. You wanna ensure that you have everything written out, that you have it documented, the data that you need, and a real, clear, concise solution that you’re presenting. You wanna be sure to practice and prepare so that you have enough time.
It’s different than asking for a consensus or input or feedback, but you don’t want to be asking them to provide the solution. Also another trap is leaving the people that you’re presenting to hanging without providing the next steps.
Know who is going to be present and what their styles are.
Make sure, that you will not leave questions unanswered.
Here you have to write a brief summary of your thesis, it should have about 200 words.
First of all, you should show the overall approach to your work.
You can use quantitative methods, qualitative methods or you can mix them.