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“The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team.” — Phil Jackson

The legendary Basketball coach, who holds the record of winning the most NBA championships, 11 total, knows a thing or two about building great teams. So how do you pick the best players for your team to handle your next Consulting project? Easily with our proven steps and methods discussed below.

Here are the essential things you need to look for.

The 7 Best Steps in Finding the Right Consultant and Building Your Dream Team:

1. Identify the most promising proposals.


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Your Request for Proposal (RFP) to potential suppliers or partners, is one of the first big steps in the successful execution of every Consulting project. The core task here involves RFPs tailored to your advantage. But with such a standard procedure, there is a need and plenty of room to think outside the box.

Being original often pays off in some awesome dividends!

So how to do that with RFPs?

We have identified one core feature that can change the way you construct your RFPs. And it will improve results substantially.

How to Think Outside the Box When It Comes…


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“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” Sun Tzu

The ancient Chinese military strategist and philosopher, best known as the author of the widely popular “The Art of War” manual, is still admired for his prowess.

In today’s business environment, we put a lot of emphasis on the strategy, forgetting that the most successful strategy is the one that will be well executed.

I believe consulting, leveraged properly, is a formidable lever for companies to step up their game, accelerate transformations, and implement effective new strategies. …

Helene Laffitte

Mom. Entrepreneur. Consulting Sourcing Expert.

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