As we gather the largest-ever superstar assemblage of sourcing leaders in New York, let’s have a look back at how we got here as an industry
You really need progression planning where you determine the skill set you’ll need going forward, because it’s a different circus with different clowns.
Bruce Rogow knows exactly why CIOs are succeeding and why many are failing in their jobs. He is the archetypal CIO therapist, one of the original “Garter Greats” having headed their worldwide research in the 80′s and 90′s.
However which was we look at this, this is going to be one helluva crowd – with a bevvy of buyside sourcing and shared services leaders from 60 major organizations, in addition to this motley crew
HfS talks to Genpact’s Pankaj Kulshreshtha, whose analytics group has exploded from 10 to 6000 people under his guidance
We got some face time with flamboyant Massolution CEO, Carl Esposti (and founder of the Crowdsourcing.org community platform) about next week’s first-ever crowdsourcing & crowdfunding conference
The exploits of “Dr Charlie”, alias the Last King of Sourcing, Charlie Aird, who completes his diaries from his recent sabbatical to East Africa
We got a few minutes with Shibu, CEO of Infosys, to find out what’s going on under the Infosys hood these days
Cognizant’s Malcolm Frank talks to HfS Research’s Phil Fersht about the Cognizant growth story and how the firm is trying to stay ahead of the game
We’ve officially launched the HfS Governance Academy; an advanced series of instructor-led online and classroom-based training services designed to help HfS Research’s global enterprise clients govern their outsourcing and shared services environments more effectively
Next time your mom gives you a hard time, ask her if she does triathlons and brokers mega-outsourcing deals for big pharma giants. Oh, and that’s while putting two girls through college, one of whom is a Varsity pole-vaulter. And apparently she has dinner on the table every night too… OK, I made up that [...]
One example of an Indian-centric provider which is setting the standard for many others to follow is up-and-coming BPO provider EXL, which has not only invested heavily in local delivery resources, but has also put significant resources into developing its corporate, sales and marketing leadership in the United States.
It is my personal belief that the likes of HP and CSC will be sweating from the oncoming threat from the Austin-based firm’s $8.5 billion services arm in the not-too-distant future, not to mention some of the flagging Indian firms struggling to rediscover their mojoes.