Published on May 8, 2013 by Guest Blogger
Speakers at the 3rd Annual Offshoring Strategy Conference could be divided into two categories. One category of speakers focused on the specifics: how to get an offshoring project started, how to evolve it, how to integrate teams, etc. The other category focused on the big picture: what’s happening to the supply of human capital, demographics, the fiscal situation, etc.
Karl Strobl (Independent Advisor to global Financial Institutions), whose talk neatly found space in the second category, showed how demographic and fiscal trends make offshoring economically imperative. With experience as a senior executive on both the buy-side and the sell-side, and a former particle physicist, Karl’s thesis, as one would expect, was quite conclusive, and not merely speculative. He also took extensive notes at the conference, which he then summarized for everyone’s benefit.
You can read his blog at http://karlstrobl.com/2013/05/01/the-future-of-offshore-outsourcing-the-case-of-india/
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