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IT outsourcing according to Tom Koulopoulos, part 1

Global consultant Tom Koulopoulos said at the Fusion2006 CEO-CIO Symposium this month that companies should identify information technology work they do that does not support their core competency and push it outside of the organization. As you might expect, a discussion of outsourcing versus doing work in house raises a lot of questions, so WTN followed up with......

Full article >>> is that the organization has defined its core competency. Although that seems like a natural thing for any organization to have done, in my experience it's incredible how few organizations have a simple, clearly stated core competency, both internally and externally.

WTN: Can't companies come up with useful innovations in non-core areas, though?

Koulopoulos: Assume......

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Koulopoulos: That's actually a neat example, because the executive chef clearly has a core competency in being a chef. So you make a decision. You say, we're going to invest in this, because we believe that our core competency relies heavily on motivated people, on exceptional peopl......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 03/20/06


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