Monthly Archives: August 2009

Mixing it with the big boys: A Tea-interval with Tiger

Not too many service providers have had a bigger impact on the world of Business Process Outsourcing in recent years than General Electric’s former offshore captive, Genpact. And much of this rapid growth to a billion dollars of revenue and a global delivery network, can be credited to one individual – the tenacious “Tiger” Tyagarajan (simply known as Tiger to [...]

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Facebook: the twenty-to-one rule

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New-age influence peddling: Ray and Jeremiah join Charlene’s Angels

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The entire Great Recession of 2008-2009: Blogged for the outsourcing industry

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So who’s peddling “influence” these days?

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The future of the sourcing industry: DNA and industry knowledge trump scale

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Crash and Learn: is TPI’s “quartus horribilis” reflective of the sourcing industry at large?

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Proof that you can stabilize your operations eventually…

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Introducing new-age BPO: the standardization/personalization balance

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The Alamo comes to HR Tech… get your front row seats here

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Is this a good climate to take a career “risk”? Or is it riskier staying where you are?

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