When something's broken, we generally aim to fix it. So why do we continue to use an RFP process that is so clearly broken?
Using a framework that is intended to be objective, RFP's aim to provide an apples-to-apples comparison of a potential partner’s culture, experience, services, and pricing. In concept, this process is meant to make us more efficient but, in reality, it is oftentimes expensive, time consuming, and inconsistent in its ability to reveal the right partner for our needs.
The Request For (A New) Process covers:
- What works (and doesn’t) in the RFP Process
- A New Paradigm for the RFP Process
- Getting the Answers You Really Need
- Transforming your approach to RFPs
- Two (2) templates for a better RFP process
Click below to get the Request For (A New) Proposal Resource.