Before starting a new project, independent professionals are often asked to prepare a Scope of Work (SOW) document that outlines the terms of their project and details items like payment terms, roles and responsiblities, and a timeline for work. This is a straightforward document, but if you’re compiling one for the first time, the structure and content of a SOW can be intimidating.
A Scope of Work contains many components and should be carefully constructed. In our Scope of Work guide, you will learn:
Learn the best practices for writing, responding to, and evaluating a request for proposal (RFP).
Learn the critical components to creating a Scope of Work (SOW) document to properly plan and manage your projects.