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Category Archives: 2017 State of Industry Study

A third of enterprises are making significant investments in RPA

A third of enterprises are making significant investments in RPA

New research from the HfS/KPMG 2017 State of Operations and Outsourcing Study reveals a third of enterprises are fully invested in RPA

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Is your current job the end of the line?

Is your current job the end of the line?

So how do we survive? Here are seven tips to seriously save you...

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IT’s relationships with the business functions – get better at supporting them, or risk getting bumped

IT’s relationships with the business functions – get better at supporting them, or risk getting bumped

Which part of business engage most successfully with IT? IT needs to engage more with HR

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The traditional outsourcing model is officially out of value, but the future is bright for co-innovation partnerships

The traditional outsourcing model is officially out of value, but the future is bright for co-innovation partnerships

The door is wide open for ambitious providers willing to invest in developing their talent, but closing firmly shut for those perpetuating what worked in the past

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Offshore has become Walmart…as Outsourcing becomes more like Amazon

Offshore has become Walmart…as Outsourcing becomes more like Amazon

No one cares much about “offshore” as a strategy anymore - it has become part of the fabric of managing a global operating model

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2017: The year people are forced to learn new skills... or join the Lost Generation

2017: The year people are forced to learn new skills... or join the Lost Generation

We have to become students again to avoid the quicksand of legacy executives no longer worth employing.

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2017: The year of the “BandAid Economy” as the new digital world gets smarter and the old one just gets dumber

2017: The year of the “BandAid Economy” as the new digital world gets smarter and the old one just gets dumber

2017 will be the year of the “BandAid Economy” as legacy businesses fizzle out and smart digital businesses emerge

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