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Taking Offshoring to the Next Level: The 2009 Offshoring Research Network Corporate Client Survey Report
The Conference Board, January 2011, Pages: 30
Taking Offshoring to the Next Level, which is based on the 2009 edition of a survey of offshoring professionals conducted by the Offshoring Research Network of the Duke University Center for International Business Education and Research, provides an overview of how the practices associated with various forms of outside sourcing have changed over time. For example, it offers evidence of how companies that offshore innovation practices are no longer driven by cost cutting, but by enhancing innovation and increasing speed to market.
In addition to a discussion of the growth of innovation offshoring, the report examines a move away from captive operations in some sectors, the effects of global sourcing on domestic employment, and the changing geography of offshoring.
Results from the 2009 Offshoring Research Network
Corporate Client Survey
Has there been a Shift Away from Captive Operations?
The Puzzle of Declining Average Savings
Data Security and Internal Resistance Viewed as Increasingly Important Risks
New Influences at Work in Offshore Location Decisions
The Trickle-down Effect of Offshoring Strategy
The Globalization of Innovation Services Continues
Domestic Employment and Global Sourcing
Looking Ahead: The Shifting Geography of Offshoring
About the Offshoring Research Network (ORN)
The Duke Center for International Business Education and Research
About the Authors
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