SPOILER ALERT! Details from Wes Craven’s 1996 horror film Scream will be rampant through this blog. So if you’re a movie buff not looking to have this nearly 30-year-old film spoiled for you, read no further. I will be divulging key capture techniques that we can learn from the bad guy in Scream. Keep reading if you dare…
Shipley Asia Pacific Blog
I didn't aspire to be a housekeeper. But it taught me some great lessons in life and turned out to be useful when working with proposals and bids.
With travel no longer being a thing of the past, many of us are getting back into the grind of working (far) away from home. I'm no stranger to juggling time between global offices and am here to offer some tips to the common obstacles you may face working with bids abroad.
I was involved in many evaluation processes when I was a Consultant Project Manager. Over the last 10 years I’ve been able to contextualise why I made the decisions I made and behaved the way I did. In this blog, I will share (candidly) some of the things I did (and witnessed) as an evaluator and provide some context.
The pandemic has caused a tectonic shift in the way many of us in the business winning community have worked over the past two years, through either being encouraged to or forced to work from home for extended periods.
(Yes, this is a real photo of me at 22)
“This looks familiar” I say.
A proposal deadline is looming. You’ve spent time putting the content together and think you have a winning strategy. Now your thoughts turn to the graphics. You haven’t included any imagery or diagrams yet. Or laid out any of your overall strategy in visuals. You wonder if it’s worth it.
In the 14 plus years I have been working as a director at Shipley I have had the good fortune to meet with hundreds of companies across multiple industry sectors and those who have responsibility for their business winning effort.