Companies that hope to capture market share when the economy turns must continue to invest in new product development. Knowledge management in R&D is difficult because the valuable learning is tacit knowledge, which is hard to codify. Professor Keith Goffin describes the best ways to do this.
Monthly Archives: September, 2009
A new, more strategic outsourcing model is necessary for speeding time to market yet also limiting the development cost of new products. It requires a different kind of thinking, communicating, and strategizing. Here’s how to leverage this new model for competitive advantage.
In the past, barriers to moving a call center back on shore included the high cost of staffing, training, technology, and terminating a contract early. Organizations can now handle their move back onshore cost-effectively and get up and running again quickly. Here’s how.
Ed Anderson, CompuCom’s new chief strategy officer, shares his insights on who should move to the cloud, when they should move, and why. He also discusses how racing a sailboat and World War II history taught him important leadership skills.
Expert Linda Tuck Chapman says buyers should take a long hard look at their contracts, relationships, and strategies to capitalize on current market opportunities. She lists three things to do now before the market changes.
The common wisdom is outsourcing is counter-cyclical, so it should be going gangbusters in the down economy. But that’s not what actually happened. What is going on? The international law firm Morrison & Foerster polled its clients. Partner Christopher Ford reports the findings.