Join us on Wednesday, May 6 for a free, one-hour webinar that will discuss all the ways a strong knowledge network can affect your pWin (probability of winning) for federal contracts. All four drivers of pWin: customer, competitor, capabilities, cost/value … Continue reading Webinar: Boost your pWin by leveraging your knowledge network
OnFrontiers spoke with Dr. Maureen Miller from our expert community – an epidemiologist and medical anthropologist – about how International Development organizations can prepare and protect their projects and beneficiaries around the world from the impacts of coronavirus. Continue reading How can international development organizations prepare their projects for the impacts of Coronavirus?
Often times teams utilize external expertise heavily when they are doing their initial capture research for a proposal or tender opportunity. They send teams out to the country to interview technical experts, ask questions about what is currently happening on … Continue reading How to run an external Red-Team Review
How to get the right stories and vignettes to support your technical approach You’ve done your homework. You know about this proposal, about the technical area, about the country and the local context. You’ve worked with the right subject matter … Continue reading Can you smell the yak?
How many times have you looked at the budget required for your capture trip and groaned? Do you have the money to send a team of people flying thousands of miles around the world to spend a week on the … Continue reading How to plan to your Virtual Capture Trip
OnFrontiers is partnering with UNLEASH – Innovation Lab for SDGs to create a global expertise network to support social entrepreneurs. Continue reading UNLEASH partners with OnFrontiers to build a global knowledge network for sustainability & innovation
OnFrontiers hosted a 3 hour workshop on Bringing Agile Management to International Development Continue reading Did you miss our workshop on Agile Management for International Development?
International development and relief assistance increasingly turn to remote technical assistance for fast, quality knowledge access Whether it be a local market nuance in Bangalore or specific ways to improve quinoa crop yields, it’s no secret that tailored expertise improves … Continue reading An innovation disrupting foreign assistance delivery: remote technical assistance (RTA)