Platt Perspective on Business and Technology

Outsourcing and globalization

This series connects strongly to the Ubiquitous Computing and Communications series I have been running in this blog, and also in several respects with several other series and individual postings here. My focus here is on outsourcing and related issues as they shape and in turn are shaped by globalization and the flattening of marketplaces across traditional boundaries.

1. Outsourcing and globalization – some thoughts re three questions shared from the LinkedIn community.
2. Outsourcing and globalization – a rapidly changing field.
3. Outsourcing and its impact on job search and on hiring, and as entrepreneurialism.
4. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 1.
5. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 2.
6. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 3.
7. Some thoughts concerning NASA’s Team B effect – on maintaining strength through transitions – 1.
8. Some thoughts concerning NASA’s Team B effect – on maintaining strength through transitions – 2.
9. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 4.
10. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 5.
11. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 6.
12. Outsourcing as a business paradigm – 7.
13. Globalization and the business model paradigm.
14. Globalization and the economics-model paradigm.
15. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 1.
16. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 2.
17. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 3.
18. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 4.
19. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 5.
20. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 6.
21. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 7.
22. Interoperability, third party provider support and first mover advantage – 8.
23. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 1
24. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 2.
25. Technology as the tide that raises all boats – and the narrowing of the competitive edge.
26. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 3.
27. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 4.
28. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 5.
29. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 6.
30. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 7.
31. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 8.
32. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 9.
33. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 10.
34. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 11.
35. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 12.
36. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 13.
37. Considering a cost-benefits analysis of economic regulatory rules – 14.
38. Projects, project management and careers – 8: international and trans-national projects 1 (and see Guide to Effective Job Search and Career Development – 2, postings 250 and following for the complete series.)
39. Projects, project management and careers – 9: international and trans-national projects 2
40. Projects, project management and careers – 10: international and trans-national projects 3.
41. Projects, project management and careers – 11: international and trans-national projects 4.
42. Redefining corporate culture and its role, in a global and multicultural business context.
43. Projects, project management and careers – 12: collaborative project management.
44. Projects, project management and careers – 13: managing through change .
45. Quality improvement localized and centralized.
46. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 2: the challenge of securing an infrastructure technology advantage. See posting 25, above for Part 1 of this series.
47. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 3: long term and short term value and sustainability.
48. Telecommuting and the marketplace transition to the telecompany 1 – defining the term and putting this business model into perspective.
49. Telecommuting and the marketplace transition to the telecompany 2 – defining the business model in a telecompany and virtual business context 1.
50. Telecommuting and the marketplace transition to the telecompany 3 – defining the business model in a telecompany and virtual business context 2.
51. Telecommuting and the marketplace transition to the telecompany 4 – defining the business model in a telecompany and virtual business context 3.
52. Telecommuting and the marketplace transition to the telecompany 5 – hybrid business models.
53. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 1.
54. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 2.
55. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 3.
56. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 4.
57. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 5.
58. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 6.
59. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 7.
60. When and if it might make sense to outsource Human Resources 8.
61. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 4 – but often unevenly 1.
62. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 5 – but often unevenly 2.
63. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 6 – but often unevenly 3.
64. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 7 – but often unevenly 4.
65. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 8 – but often unevenly 5.
66. Technology as the tide that raises all boats 9 – but often unevenly 6.

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