Mende for Beginners: Mende Yia Gaa Latoo Gclei

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 116 pages
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With his unique combination of marketing, management, and humor, Tom Alman does a masterful yet entertaining job of telling us how to develop successful proposals in the challenging and competitive world of government contracting. Having worked at all levels in this demanding field from subject matter expert in the proposal writing trenches to the corner office of business development VP for a major corporation he speaks with experience-based authority, truly expert knowledge, and uncommon common sense. And while providing a myriad of useful and constructive tips, he debunks all the wrong-headed myths and sacred cows so beloved by na´ve bureaucrats placed in charge of a subject they know next to nothing about! Read it to learn more about:

  • Selecting the most promising business targets.
  • Choosing leaders that will deliver.
  • Optimizing field-marketing efforts.
  • Using red teams to improve proposals, not destroy them.
  • Designing an effective business development organization.
  • Putting together the right production team.
  • Finding the winning combination.

When you finish, you'll know all about saving money and banking bucks by busting bureaucratic barriers!

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Haven't read this book yet but if I may suggest it you might want to make a minor change in the title. See my attachment where the specific letter I'm referring to may be seen.
Peter A. Swaray

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