Have a great idea yet you don't know how to sell it to management and get the ok for implementation? This course helps to solve that problem by tackling the core problems. In this course, Pitching the Project: Winning Management Buy-in on a Project, you'll learn a very practical and down to earth approach to get from idea to implementation. First, you'll start by getting the main questions answered that management will have. Next, you'll go over principles and tools to test the feasibility of your idea. Finally, you'll end with delivery where you look at presentation format and style. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and resources to take your idea from just a thought to a detailed action plan that will get backed by management.
Doru founded and runs a marketing agency with global clients in a wide range of industries. His focus is on campaigns that convert and get new business through the door, not feel good campaigns. In terms of approach he believes in authentic and blunt advertising without the presence of small print.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Doru Catana, and welcome to my course, Pitching the Project: Winning Management Buy-in on your idea. I've run a marketing agency for close to 10 years now, and after attending countless conferences and events, I've realized there was a problem that many tech professionals faced that wasn't being solved, and that problem is how to effectively pitch ideas to management. While there are resources on pitching to investors, doing this in house has some very specific aspects to it. In this course, we plan to address those aspects and give you a very practical and down to earth approach to get from idea to implementation. We first tackle the fundamentals, identifying the potential and feasibility of your idea. We look at the core questions management will ask themselves and you, should we do this, and can we do this. Once that is out of the way, we give more depth to your idea by passing it through multiple analysis models like PEST, SWOT, or Porter's five forces model. And then we go to number crunching. Does the market and competitor data encourage the pursuit of this plan, or does it not? Then we'll look at how to do proper research, the tools you can use, and also data interpretation. Once you have the data on your side, we take a look at the format in which you present it. We analyze structure, timing, persuasion, storytelling, and everything in regards to pitch delivery. My goal with this course was to give you the essential road map to bring your idea to life because way too much potential is wasted, not because lack of good ideas, but due to lack of skill in pitching those ideas and convincing management to back them. So, I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about how to go from a great idea to giving it more depth, finding data that supports it, and delivering an effective pitch to management to see it implemented.