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Assessing the written proposals is a key step in the process. It helps identify the most promising proposals and move forward to the decision.

On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast, Consulting Sourcing Expert Hélène Laffitte explains how to assess the written proposals for your project.

Key Takeaway: When you are working on a large cohort of consulting providers, you should focus at first on the most promising proposals to save time and energy. Sometimes consultants look better on paper. Review your selection criteria and offer the short-listed candidates a chance to convince you they are the best for this project.

Published in Podcast, Clients, Contracting and Managing the Consulting Project

About The Author

Hélène Laffitte

Helene is the CEO and Co-founder of Consulting Quest. She launched Consulting Quest in 2014, driven by the idea that a global performance-centric Consulting service platform would greatly benefit clients by helping them source better. Helene’s background in Engineering, Consulting, Procurement, and Industrial Strategy has contributed to the creation of an extremely athletic business model, set to change the way consulting is procured.