So, you've created a blueprint, but you still haven't found a way to easily collect a project's objectives, requirements, constraints, and general stakeholder expectations without holding a meeting (ugh). Have you been using Request Forms to your advantage? If not, start today!
Creating a request form can allow you to generate a URL to post on your intranet (proactive) or email the URL to any stakeholder after they've inquired about a product or solution from your team (reactive). For example, you can create a form with required fields to collect details on the project, including but not limited to scope, timeframe (i.e., expected start and completion dates), key stakeholder lists, related files (recipients can upload multiple files so they save to the project!), and any other information you'd like to collect upfront.
And the best part? That project blueprint you created will become automatically populated with all of those details so you can move right into the project kickoff call instead of hosting a discovery meeting (that is after you review and assess the project with your team!).
Working with a virtual team or don't have time to meet on every Request Form submission? Configure a custom workflow to trigger from the completed form to notify key team members, or add an approval workflow to allow for project acceptance and validation!
Using Wrike Request Forms is both a time-saver and a means to collect accurate, detailed information (in writing) so you don't waste time guessing, assuming, or "interpreting" what your stakeholders are really asking for.