The Black Book of Outsourcing: How to Manage the Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities

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Wiley, May 27, 2005 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Revised for 2009 and beyond, The Black Book of Outsourcing is a comprehensive guide and directory for the evolving field of outsourcing, including expert advice on how to operate an outsourcing program. Valuable governance checklists, offshoring insights, best practices and one-of-kind resources are featured in this bible of the outsourcing industry. First published in 2005, this topical, bestselling manual explores the evolution of both outsourcing buyers and suppliers.

Outsourcing and research gurus Douglas Brown and Scott Wilson chart a course of advice for business leaders charged with managing sourcing initiatives, present a wealth of opportunities for job seekers, and offer insights for entrepreneurial thinkers and investors worldwide

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An excellent book that fairly covers both sides of the outsourcing issue: both how a company can handle the transition, and how the employee can benefit from the move to an outsourced business ... Read full review

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DOUGLAS BROWN is President and cofounder of the Outsourcing Management Institute, an outsourcing consulting firm to institutional advisors, prominent corporations, governments, and other organizations. He has served in senior operations management and executive business development positions in Fortune 500 corporations and start-up ventures alike, particularly in the healthcare and IT industries. He lives in Pinellas County, Florida, with his wife Janine and their three children.

SCOTT WILSON is cofounder of the Out-sourcing Management Institute and President of the renowned Outsourcing Career Center, the first international executive search firm serving outsourcing professionals and management exclusively. He is also an entrepreneur and a leading public speaker on outsourcing. He lives in Clearwater, Florida, with his wife Marianne and their two children.

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