Browsing All posts tagged under »Richard Arbuthnot«

Xchanging’s acquisition of MM4 already bearing fruit as the company played an important role in landing STS contract by Jon Hansen

November 26, 2013

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“We used MM4’s technology in a logistics test case for STS.  The case demonstrated that the use of the tool could assist in providing significant savings.  MM4’s technology will play (is already playing) a role in delivering savings for STS, as part of a seamless, tailored bundle of sourcing services we are building to meet the goals of […]

Failure and a lack of preparation pose the greatest risk to public sector shared services success

May 19, 2011

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Editor’s Note: The one time I open myself up to the possibility that a shared services strategy actually worked, and look what happens . . . This being said the following is my original post referencing my coverage of Arbuthnot’s April 2010 presentation at the 3rd Annual Business of Government Summit.  While I will always […]

NASA’s Success with Shared Services Determinedly Led and Clearly Explained by Richard Arbuthnot

May 3, 2010

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What was most interesting about the presentation given by Richard Arbuthnot at last week’s 2010 Business of Government Summit in Washington, D.C. is the fact that he accomplished what so few have been able to do relative to implementing a shared services strategy . . . clearly explain why it worked at NASA and, identify […]

Video Dispatch from the 3rd Annual Government Summit in Washington, D.C.

April 29, 2010

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Well it was a terrific 2 days in Washington as the PI Window on Business took its show on the road thanks to sponsor Elcom and the tremendous work of the 2010 Business of Government Summit’s organizer, Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON). It was a first rate venue that saw us broadcast “live” 5 […]