Happy birthday Horses for Sources


Horses1 124 posts, 548 comments and ONE YEAR later, this blog continues to (somehow) prolong the dialog on the "O" topic.  I have learned so much from some of the excellent views, opinions and insights from so many of you – I hope some of you have too.

Here are some of my favorite highlights:

Being middle-seated in the back row

Beyond Labor Arbitrage: The New F&A BPO Frontier

Somethings are better kept onshore…

Will the HR function have a seat at the corporate table in 2008?

New faces of Finance and Accounting Outsourcing

Annoyances at work that make you cranky…

And if a sourcing advisor was elected President…

Will China’s Internet purges inhibit their knowledge services industry?

Should you sell your offshore captive to an outsourcing provider – ten questions to ask yourself…

Blog-culture is ripping up the rule book for the outsourcing services and technology media industry

Taking control of your vendor relationship

The death of Indian outsourcing? Don’t make me laugh…

The low-cost outsourcing advisors are on the march…

HROWorld 2008: An industry re-inventing itself

Quest for an Organic Approach to Offshore Outsourcing

Is it time to dump the term “outsourcing”?


Peace Out!


Posted in : Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Finance and Accounting, HR Outsourcing



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  1. Congratulation Phil. Your blogs on the industry are absolutely fantastic- incisively written!

    Look forward to even more exciting perspectives in the future!

  2. Phil,

    I’ve really enjoyed coming here – very informative – and witty!

    Let’s hope there’ll be a second birthday 🙂


  3. Thanks to all of you for the nice emails. Running this blog has been pretty easy when I can throw out questions and many of your chime in with such interesting responses. We’re moving into very interesting times in this industry, and look forward to discussing these more with you all in the coming months,

    Warm regards,


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