One of our friends recently made a hilarious comparison between a blind consultant hunting and going to a restaurant and asking the chef to whip up a dish without telling them what you want. It might turn out delicious, but it's not exactly what you had in mind. The same goes for consulting.
An RFP is crafted to spare you the misery of embarking on a pointless crusade. Hence, if an RFP is an indispensable component of a consulting project, why even ask, "Do I always need consulting?" Well, while an RFP is an essential tool for consulting projects, it may not always be the first step.
The key is to identify the project scope, budget, and expertise required, and evaluate the approaches of potential consulting firms before deciding when to initiate the sourcing process with an RFP.
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