Recognise this image from 40 years ago? This is how, on 13th April 1970, the Apollo 13 ground team and flight crew made a square peg fit a round hole.
The cabin was filling with carbon-dioxide and a solution was needed rather quickly. The ground team of “techies” came up with a solution, that they fed to the flight crew; who then built it. It worked; and the rest is history.
What if Responsiv consultants, or the “flight crew” could raise tickets with the Responsiv service desk, the “ground team”, on any topic or challenge being faced as part of the client project? With access to research and resources the “flight crew” doesn’t have, the “ground team” could feed back answers and deliver added value to client projects in a similar manner to the Apollo example.
Well, they can. Sometimes this kind of Responsiv thinking makes all the difference.