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An industry with no name? The outsourcing industry votes out the "O" word but can't think of an alternative...

An industry with no name? The outsourcing industry votes out the "O" word but can't think of an alternative...

There is far too much "believe our own bullshit" going on and this industry needs to change before it can effectively "rebrand"

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Look what Obama has done to the "O" word...

Look what Obama has done to the "O" word...

our new survey on the toxic "O" word has resoundingly proven that negative politics really does sway opinions, as an overwhelming majority of American enterprises want the word scrapped, which is in stark contract to European firms, who are largely happy to keep it

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The biggest, baddest and boldest bevvy of buyers is back to bend the boundaries of the blueprint in Boston…but hurry as we're almost out of room!

The biggest, baddest and boldest bevvy of buyers is back to bend the boundaries of the blueprint in Boston…but hurry as we're almost out of room!

We are very close to capacity for our upcoming Blueprint Sessions 2.0 taking place October 23-25, 2012 in Boston event so Register Now to secure your spot!

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IBM's Kenexa acquisition can take the talent conversation outside of the HR department

IBM's Kenexa acquisition can take the talent conversation outside of the HR department

HfS believes IBM is likely to be eyeing a further acquisition in the talent management software space as Kenexa brings very strong Recruitment Process Outsourcing competency and IP in employee engagement and compensation, but was still developing out its cloud platform.

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Has HP bottled it?

Has HP bottled it?

After a terrible quarter, someone in HP has made the decision to run and hide - to cancel their September analyst event - an unprecedented action for a leading tech services provider to take

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Why does PwC want an Ant's Eye View of the world?

Why does PwC want an Ant's Eye View of the world?

There are all sorts of reasons to dismiss this acquisition – this is neither the first nor the last acquisition we’ll see by big companies attempting to acquire their way into the social business space – but we’re actually guardedly optimistic about this one.

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