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

October 27, 2008

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“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

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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

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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 […]