Logica: Too Little, Too LateAfter a period of shareholder unrest, chief executive Martin Read was brought in to grow Logica internationally, pull in private sector clients and improve sales and marketing. To some extent he succeeded. But last week a shareholder revolt forced Read to bring forward his retirement by a year. (Source: telegraph.co.uk)An Offshoring RippleA new study dispels fears of widespread job losses to overseas outsourcing, concluding that a paltry 4 percent of all job losses stemmed from outsourcingInerview with Richard Stockdale, CEO, Llyods TSB Global Services"We are not slaves to any particular model"Outsourcing Will Be a Major Issue"Outsourcing will be a major issue [in the coming Presidential elections in the U.S.A.]. Just wait and see!"says Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Economics, Columbia University. An author of many, his latest book India:The Emerging Giant will be released in Dec. 07. He discusses issues that are impacting globalization with Rinku TyagiSix Sigma-based Training Leads to Better Problem Resolution at Convergys"Engagement, encouragement and enhancement" was the mantra of the six-sigma training program run by Convergys for its employees at all levels. Performance improvement translated into economic benefits in the case of a US-based communications client.
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