Hello everyone - it is a pleasure to join you in this community!
I am trying to work out how to introduce CCPM and tameflow into our bid development process which involves developing tender documentation in response to a request for proposals. We work as management consultants, and one of the tasks of bid development is to assemble the team that will work on the assignment. The team consists of staff and external technical experts with specialist knowledge. Finding and securing the external team has a work flow that almost demands multi-tasking. The recruitment specialist will do research, write to potential experts, wait some days, review responses, negotiate involvement and rates, etc. and this might take a few weeks of elapsed time, but with only a few hours of touch time. It doesn’t seem possible to do it without multi-tasking, and there appears to be very little opportunity to improve flow with this work.
Have you any ideas how to do this? I am wondering whether securing the external team is part of full-kitting, or whether it is a MOVE (but if it is it is not possible to work on consistently). Or am I just trying to use completely the wrong tool for this type of task? I’d be very interested in thoughts of the community about this.