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for COEN/ELEC 390. 2. Outline. To . persuade. the viewer that:. Technically, the . proposal is solid. Managerially, . we have a plan. Solid. proposal means:. We understand your requirements (problem). ID: 314550 Download Presentation

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Proposal Presentation

for COEN/ELEC 390

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Outline

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To persuade the viewer that:Technically, the proposal is solidManagerially, we have a planSolid proposal means:We understand your requirements (problem)Our design meets/exceeds them (solution)Its implementation is feasible (not too complex)We have a plan means:We understand what building it means (WBS)We have a detailed plan to deliver (Chart)We have the resources required by this plan (Resources)

Objectives

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Fill the time-slotRehash the written proposal Impress with artworkExplain technical detailsApportion time stupidlyLook like losersTake more time than allowedBore people to deathTalk inaudibly

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Anti-Objectives

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To get someone else to adopt your point of view, and that is not an easy thing. Use EAAR1. Empathy: try and see it from the other point of view2. Argument: present a fact-based logical case3. Art: make it aesthetically pleasing4. Repetition: re-assert the main points

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Argument Examples

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Technically solid means, your characterization of the problem, your portrayal of the solution and the work needed to implement it is:Complete (but not completely detailed)Correct (without using formal logic)Clear (so viewers can follow it)Gaps degrade confidenceErrors reflect unprofessionalismComplexity heightens risk

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Technically Solid 1/2

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In terms of content (for your robot), it means:Overall idea (STD of a FSM)Mechanical Design (AutoCAD)Computational Ctrl. (Algorithm)Electrical Circuitry (Block Diagram)

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Technically Solid 2/2

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Technical Summary

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We know exactly what building it entailsWe know how much person-hours each task should take.. And the relationship between tasksWe have identified/located/secured the resources to execute them (task 1.1: PC+1 person-hour)

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We have a Plan 1/2

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And, the implementation plan will be carried out by a competent harmonious team. Hence,Express confidently what each of you are good at and how these skills are:Appropriate for the tasks assignedComplement each other, i.e., cover all tasksUse your track record – to date – to show that your expectations were met in realityYour whole team believes in the projectAnd have committed the time to see it happen

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We have a Plan 2/2

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Plan summary

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To persuade us:Make a solid proposal, which includesA solid Technical caseA solid PlanMake your case as persuasively as possible, which impliesEmpathyArgumentArtRepetition

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