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Outsourcing Project

  1. 1. danielnguyen
  2. 2. a little history.
  3. 3. “Since the Industrial Revolution, companies have grappled with how they can exploit their competitive advantage to increase their markets and their profits. The model for most of the 20th century was a large integrated company that can “own, manage, and directly control” its assets.” source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  4. 4. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION {~18th to 19th century}
  5. 5. INSHORE OUTSOURCING OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  6. 6. EXAMPLE INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  7. 7. EXAMPLE NY INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  8. 8. EXAMPLE NY KC INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  9. 9. EXAMPLE NY KC INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  10. 10. A B INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  11. 11. EXAMPLE AMERICAN PLAYBOY MEDIA Everything but editorials will be outsourced. INSHORE OUTSOURCING
  12. 12. OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  13. 13. UNITED STATES OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  14. 14. UNITED STATES manufacturing - China OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  15. 15. UNITED STATES manufacturing - China customer service - India OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  16. 16. UNITED STATES INSERT JOB TITLE HERE. manufacturing - China customer service - India OFFSHORE other jobs - Other Countries OUTSOURCING
  17. 17. EXAMPLE INDIA OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING
  18. 18. what countries are good at... [2009] source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  19. 19. what countries are good at... [2009] RUSSIA SOFTWARE. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  20. 20. what countries are good at... [2009] I NDIA DESIGN. TRAFFIC. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  21. 21. what countries are good at... [2009] PHILIPPINES CONTENT. DESIGN. SOFTWARE. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  22. 22. what countries are good at... [2009] ROMANIA CONTENT. SOFTWARE. TRAFFIC. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  23. 23. what countries are good at... [2009] UK CONTENT. DESIGN. SOFTWARE. TRAFFIC. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  24. 24. what countries are good at... [2009] AUSTRALIA CONTENT. DESIGN. SOFTWARE. TRAFFIC. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  25. 25. what countries are good at... [2009] US | CANADA CONTENT. DESIGN. SOFTWARE. TRAFFIC. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  26. 26. the point? source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  27. 27. the point? EVERYONE OUTSOURCES. source: http://bit.ly/4R73hr
  28. 28. positives
  29. 29. positives + cut costs
  30. 30. positives + cut costs + performance & productivity
  31. 31. positives + cut costs + performance & productivity + eliminate inefficiencies
  32. 32. positives + cut costs + performance & productivity + eliminate inefficiencies + provides jobs overseas & new possibilities
  33. 33. negatives
  34. 34. negatives loss of American jobs
  35. 35. negatives loss of American jobs same labor laws don’t apply
  36. 36. negatives loss of American jobs B same labor laws don’t apply C quality of service isn’t always that great
  37. 37. TODAY
  38. 38. OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING DOESN’T APPLY TO EVERYTHING OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING IS THE FUTURE.
  39. 39. OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING IS THE FUTURE.
  40. 40. Linda Wertheimer “Well, what do you think? Is inshoring likely to catch on or do you think bottom line realities continue to point offshore?" Christine Ferrusi Ross "I think the reality is actually both. I think in the short term, economic realities make it as cost effective in certain situations to have your call centers or other kind of work done in the United States. Long term, you also have to think, though, about population trends. We might not have the taleI think in the short term, economic realities make it as cost effective in certain situations to have your call centers or other kind of work done in the United States. Long term, you also have to think, though, about population trends. We might not have the talent for I.T. to ever really come back onshore fully, if you think about, as the United States, we're an older population. Whereas, if you looked at India, their median age of the population is much younger.” source: http://j.mp/8pKl7M
  41. 41. “More aggressive outsourcers are aiming to create radical business models that can give them an edge and change the game in their industries. Old-line multinationals see offshoring as a catalyst for a broader plan to overhaul outdated office operations and prepare for new competitive battles..."This isn't about labor cost," says Daniel Marovitz, technology managing director for Deutsche Bank's global businesses (DB ). "The issue is that if you don't do it, you won't survive." source: http://j.mp/lfVL2
  42. 42. “The shift toward outsourcing is the clearest sign yet that Stringer wants Sony to act more like Apple (AAPL) or Cisco (CSCO). They consistently earn fatter profit margins by designing their own products and leaving manufacturing to others, and have made serious inroads into portable music players and home entertainment systems, where Sony was once king. source: http://j.mp/8vJibN
  43. 43. OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING DOESN’T ALWAYS WORK.
  44. 44. “Shifts in exchange rates, plus the strain on resources needed to manage a relationship with an overseas plant, make manufacturing in the U.S. newly viable for some. Nearby production facilities are particularly important for companies whose products have a short life span and can't sit in transit for weeks, or for whom custom orders and quick turnaround are the norm.” source: http://j.mp/6gIjO8
  45. 45. “...there's the unmeasurable aspect of what happens when a company is no longer a culture but an amalgamation of outsourcing partners. They may add great efficiency into the business, but they generally add nothing to the long-term vision. As most companies that have been around awhile are aware, great ideas don't always come from the people at the top. Outsourcing can eliminate an entire interaction layer that is impossible to measure with objective tools. Cultures are inextricably linked to innovation and quality, and the less there is of the former the more the latter two will suffer in the long term.” source: http://j.mp/2jLUzL
  46. 46. “Child labor pervades the developing world. The International Labour Office estimates that at least 250 million children between the ages of 5 and 15 are working...” source: http://j.mp/5vGq8H
  47. 47. CONCLUSION
  48. 48. danielnguyen
  49. 49. sources "Outsourcing of Wholesale Lockbox Processing One Key to Banks' Profitability." Investment Weekly News 21 Nov. 2009: A 283. Business and Company ASAP. Web. 29 Nov. 2009. <http://find.galegroup.com/gps/start.do?prodId=IPS&userGroupName=occc_main>. "Mercer Sees New Client Momentum Building for Its U.S. Outsourcing Business." Investment Weekly News 28 Nov. 2009: B 177. Business and Company ASAP. Web. 29 Nov. 2009. <http://find.galegroup.com/gps/start.do?prodId=IPS&userGroupName=occc_main>. C “Outsource” New Oxford American Dictionary. 2nd Edition. 2005. SAMPLE - "Talent For Rent." Technology. Forbes LLC, 2009. General Reference Center Gold. Web. 29 Nov. 2009. D <http://find.galegroup.com/gps/start.do?prodId=IPS&userGroupName=occc_main> E Are Outsourced Jobs Coming Back?(11:00-12:00 PM)(Broadcast transcript)(Audio file).

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