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Directors and CEOs who have not seriously reviewed the benefits of having teams in different parts of the world are often held back by the belief that “Outsourcing” results in them losing control over a portion of their business. These concerns are outdated. For a number...

In my 2012 book The Third Wave, I presented the facts surrounding the shift of massive numbers of jobs from Australia to global labour hubs such as the Philippines. These were specifically NOT manufacturing roles (which is rather old news), but a newer phenomenon of skilled...

The terms globalism and globalisation were coined in the 1930s and have been in common use for well over half a century. In general, globalism refers to the emergence of an international network of social and economic systems supported by the understanding that information, people...

Establishing an offshore team to complement your Australian team can be an extremely effective way to produce a more efficient and more profitable business. Thousands of small and medium Australian businesses have already done exactly that, and are innovating and improving their businesses as a...

It can sometimes be a frustrating experience trying to help people understand a relatively new concept, and how it’s going to impact them and their business. I was a panellist this week at a peer mentoring business group, and one of the participants (Jan) had a...

The book on offshoring and outsourcing written by our founder Scott Linden Jones predicts that many industries in Australia will suffer an extreme and rapid shift in jobs offshore. Some commentators are clearly spotting this in the IT industry already. The following was published on IT Wire on...

It is increasingly apparent that the tremendous disparity in the cost of labour between Australian workers and overseas workers has resulted in many businesses choosing to employ staff outside Australia. A seemingly unlimited supply of high quality office staff with neutral accented English and equivalent skills...

Much is written in the media about the 'slave wages' and sweat shops of Asia. This concept is outdated and virtually irrelevant when it comes to skilled 'white collar' roles offshore. When it comes to offshore labour, there are two key ethical concepts that tend to...

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