Monthly Archives: May 2009

Innovation: creativity within financial constraints is the key

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The Kraft of Outsourcing: Learnings from Lee Coulter (Part III)

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Talent Management vs. HRO – it’s not an “either or” proposition

If you’ve ever ventured into the brave world of HR Outsourcing (and you need to be brave…) the chances are you’ll hear the views of Ceridian’s Keith Strodtman.

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Why the lay-off culture is far more damaging than offshoring

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Going green with sourcing…

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How to get two whales in a mini…

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The Kraft of Outsourcing: Learnings from Lee Coulter (Part II)

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Happy 2nd birthday Horses for Sources…

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Globalizing the business is the key to outsourcing today

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The Kraft of Outsourcing: Learnings from Lee Coulter (Part I)

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Wipro and Oracle partner to blow-up the BPO delivery model

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Take part in our Budapest debate next week… from your front room

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Exclusive: Outsourcing poised to rebound

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Contemplating the BPO industry with Wipro’s Ashutosh Vaidya

One of the most enthusiastic leaders in the BPO industry is the man who has overseen Wipro’s rapid rise in recent times:  Ashutosh Vaidya.  In-between playing squash, watching cricket and clocking up a ridiculous quantity of airmiles, Ashutosh has overseen a series of Finance & Accounting, HR and supplier management wins that have moved the service [...]

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Phil Fersht on service provider rankings: make the experts accountable, not faceless brands

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Time to scratch that 7-year HRO itch

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