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Offshore Outsourcing: On Target or Off Base?

Im not a big Bob Dylan fan, but lately I cant help thinking of the second verse from "Blowin' in the Wind" in which he questions mans inability to confront what is really happening all around him.

Dylans lyrics come to mind whenever the media starts hyping yet another new business imperative. In the early 1990s busine......

Full article >>> reasons for caution. Reports from companies with offshore outsourcing experience are mixed. Performance is highly variable depending on the activity, country and service provider involved. Savings of 20-25% are possible but only if you execute flawlessly. Companies like Dell and Lehman Brothers have discovered that highly educated and inexpensive workers alone dont guarantee quality. Both recentl......

Full article >>> right thing to do for your business in the long term. Do the cost and quality benefits outweigh the operational and strategic risks and the organizational impacts? Are you blindly following conventional wisdom or thoughtfully doing whats right for your company?

The answer is my friend is blowin in the wind, the answer is blowin in the wind.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 01/28/04


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