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EURO: Ready or Not, Here It Comes | Article

Richard Lister

On January 1, 1999, eleven member countries of the European Union (EU) will adopt the Euro as their common currency. This move has complex implications for outsourcing in Europe. It will affect existing and new contracts and, more fundamentally, have an impact on the market structure.

The Many Sides of a Re-Do | Article

Bill Deckelman

Outsourcing’s maturation as an industry has created a substantial body of experience in ‘renegotiating’ and ‘restructuring’ outsourcing contracts. Today, these transactions — sometimes referred to as re-do — are more the rule than the exception.

Lateral Leadership For Organizations That Are Outsourcing | Article

Michael Useem, Professor of Management and Director Center for Leadership and Change Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

American firms continue their rapid expansion of service and product outsourcing. Companies signed major new contracts for information outsourcing alone in 1994 worth $11 billion; in 1995, $20 billion; and in 1996, $33 billion, and all signs point to vigorous growth ahead.

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