How to Build a Bid Content Library

In this course we get you started on structuring and creating your winning Bid Content Library to help centralise knowledge, and streamline and fast-track your submission process. We provide you with an extensive list of sections and guidelines to help you link evaluation criteria to questions and model answers.
Nyree · January 21, 2021

For the one time fee of USD $129 you get lifetime access to this Content Library Guidelines course and all future updates and additions to this course. All other courses purchased separately.

About this course

Build a best practice knowledge and bid content library to win more bids, in less time.

Gain control of your centralised RFP and tender response content.

  • Self-paced
  • 6+ hours (and growing)

Large organisations that have teams sharing content within their own business units and across organisational-wide proposal and bid projects face the challenge of consistent messaging and efficient content management. And now that Small to Medium Enterprise (SMEs) are being encouraged to participate in the bidding process being “tender ready” is essential for being both competitive, and operationally efficient.

Harvesting text and evidence cobbled from multiple, uncontrolled sources is neither best practice, nor an efficient use of your or your organisation’s time. As experience shows, without a ‘central source of truth’ you risk reputation damage, and potentially non-compliant responses that can lead to either disqualification, or disputes down the track for contested statements of claim.

In this course we take you through the steps of identifying frequently asked questions and setting up your baseline content in a bid library to ensure it is structured to contains the right information aligned to the common evaluation criteria and questions asked in  public sector tenders.

The lessons are best suited for individuals who are new to the bid function and want to develop their core skills and/or professionals who want to refresh their skills; are overhauling an old content repository; or are seeking to gain a new perspective to bid writing and management.

What we cover:

  • Recommendations on how to structure your bid content library
  • Guidelines to help you link evaluation criteria to questions and model answers
  • Frameworks on what to information to include in your content sections.

Plus, we have also developed for you a range of downloadable templates, tagging suggestions to help make your content more searchable, case examples and infographic ideas, and more!

Instructor Profile

Your instructor in this course is Nyree McKenzie, the CEO & Co-Founder of bid management software platform Bidhive. With more than 25 years of experience as a Bid Manager and Consultant, Nyree brings deep experience in solutions, strategy and content development; and in leading CEOs, Executives, BDMs, Partners and Boards through high risk, high value bids and change programs in complex environments.  With a 90% success rate, Nyree has helped small, medium and large businesses grow to become successful contractors, as well as see them expand, be acquired or merge as a result of their healthy pipelines.  As well as being a career mentor to young professionals and women in business, she has presented and published numerous papers and articles in the field of bid management, procurement and entrepreneurship. She lives in Brisbane, Australia.

Linkedin linkedin.com/in/nyreemckenzie

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  • 10 Lessons
  • 38 Topics
  • 11 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate
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