Browsing All posts tagged under »goc shared services«

An Advocate for the Little Guy: How CABiNET has provided an Important Voice for High-Tech SMEs in Canada (CABiNET Profile)

October 27, 2008


“Shared Services is different from the diametrically opposite model of Outsourcing which is where an external third party is paid to provide a service that was previously internal to the buying organization, typically leading to redundancies and re-organization.  There is an on-going debate about the advantages of Shared Services over outsourcing.  It is sometimes assumed […]

Reader reaction continues to be strong for Barry Bonds’ Post . . .

March 17, 2008


The Barry Bonds’ post has appeared to strike a chord with readers in terms of being a conceptual touchstone in that strong viewpoints are now being presented by what was previously perceived as being a largely dormant, disinterested populace. Here is just one more example of the reactions I have received from what now appears to be […]

Reader Response to SME’s Once Again Voice Concerns Over GoC Shared Services Strategy

February 27, 2008


Reader Comment Let me suggest a couple of perspectives on this that are worth exploring further. While I believe that on the integrated hardware, software and telecomms aspects there can be little doubt that SMEs will be squeezed out unless they can deliver product under a major supplier’s umbrella. However, on the people side, PWGSC […]