There are many different types of consultancies, but they can broadly be divided into three categories: generalist, specialist & niche.
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The scope of a project is a description of the work to be done, as well as what will not be done throughout the project — the items that are out of scope. There are seven reasons why you need an RFP to clarify the scope of your project.
This podcast comes back on the recent controversy reported by The French Senate and opposition on the French Government spending huge amount of money on consulting. The podcast looks into the report from a strategic and procurement standpoint to give the keys to decipher this controversy.
People often wonder how big the consulting industry is. And there are many ways to answer this question. Just as there are many ways to look at the market. But let's start with the size of the consulting industry.
Let's talk about the different types of consulting firms ! The market is mainly structured along two dimensions: capabilities (what the consultants do) and industries (what experience they have).
Should we organize a competition between consultants? Should we write an RFP? Who should be involved in the process? Learn how to polish your process to better source consultants.
How can you measure the impact of a given project if you don’t define the expectations? And that means that you mean to define your consulting needs.
How to find right consultants for a project? How many providers should I invite in the competition? DO we need to sign an NDA?
Evaluating the candidates and identifying which will better fit your needs is a key step in the consulting sourcing process. How do you assess the proposals?
After assessing the proposals and selecting the most promising, you have now a shortlist of the most promising consulting firms. How do you narrow it down to one winner?