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Optimizing Your Outsourcing Portfolio – Deciding What To Source: Core Vs. Context

Whether or not to outsource is no longer the big question facing global corporations. That’s because they already source so much. Rather, the key questions that confront them are:

  • What else can we source?
  • Where else can we source from?
  • Can we change our sourcing portfolio to derive more benefits?

Whether you’re a global corporation with a history of sourcing practices or a smaller company newly embarking on a sourcing program, having a disciplined approach to decide what to source (Context) and what to retain in-house (Core) is critical to your success.

This webinar explores Neo Group’s comprehensive Portfolio Assessment Model and shows how this model can help you define the Core and Context functions within your organization in order to make sure your company’s sourcing program is aligned with its long-term goals.

Meet the Presenters:

Pankaj Sharma, Neo Group Partner & SVP, brings over 20 years of experience management consulting, corporate governance, project management, vendor relationship/performance management and BPO/IT services with large global companies.

Atul Vashistha, Neo Group CEO, is recognized globally as a leading expert on globalization, outsourcing and governance. He is passionate about helping organizations create competitive advantage by leveraging global services and sourcing.

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Date
04-28-2015

Location
Online Webinar

Hosted By
Neo Group

About the Author: Atul Vashistha

Atul is the Chairman and CEO of Neo Group, a firm he founded in 1999. Neo is recognized globally as a leading supply and outsourcing analytics, monitoring and advisory firm.

About the Author: Pankaj Sharma

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Pankaj brings over 20 years of experience in key positions covering a broad spectrum of functions in management consulting, captive centers set-up, operations and service delivery management, corporate governance, project...

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