Sometimes the source for efficiencies, cost savings and innovation is in the buyer’s own back yard.
Monthly Archives: May, 2003
The story of how to change it can’t be done to dream come true using outsourcing.
A self-funding story – how a school district’s IT operations were improved, creating needed investment funds for classroom instruction at the same time.
The story of how to move beyond internal limitations and going in circles through outsourcing.
The story of what happens when two organizations buy into a strategic outsourcing vision together.
The story of what happens when excellence comes to town on outsourcing’s winds of change.
A story of following important, fundamental steps in outsourcing to create business opportunities and a climate for change.
Outsourcing’s outcomes reflect both parties’ commitment and shared visions. Those are are enabled by a personalized communication approach that extends well beyond the executive level and beyond the contract.
An Accenture-sponsored IDC study discovered cost was now not the major factor in deciding to outsource. Canadian firms cited business transformation as the overwhelming reason.
Attorney George Atis believes contract negotiation styles should change. His vision of a more collaborative style can cut months from the negotiations and provide more harmony after the lawyers go home.