OUTSOURCING: DO WE NEED TO CHANGE THE MINDSET?

OUTSOURCING: DO WE NEED TO CHANGE THE MINDSET?

OUTSOURCING: DO WE NEED TO CHANGE THE MINDSET?

OUTSOURCING: DO WE NEED TO CHANGE THE MINDSET?

“Outsourcing” has been a typical “In-house” strategy, implemented by many companies, in many sectors, worldwide, for last zillion years. No doubt it has its own advantages and the approach is successful so far and it would continue to do so in coming future as well. Success stories may start from small scale milk products to large scale data management in IT industry.

However the mindsets are different in different industries and going forward, the same would dictate the success of this model or NOT.

One common myth or should I say the basic driver of this process is humongous cost cutting. No doubt it should be the fundamental driver but it should not be the only driver. They say 80% of outsourcing business funnels to India, being one of the biggest service providers due to its obvious advantages. Large population, hence large resource pool of trained and talented people, quicker turnaround time due to time difference and 24/7 availability approach, cost cutting, desired quality output and importantly a good English Communication System could be the differentiators when it comes to competition thru China, Philippines, Malaysia, Russian Republic, Mexico or other eastern European countries.

Typical Mindset or the approach for Outsourcing business used to be IT services or Production based deliveries, or a solution based output. Considering Civil-Infrastructure development all across the globe, Engineering Outsourcing for Civil Engineering Services has emerged as one of the key business players in recent years.

More and more we encounter Globalization and shorter project completion time in the industry, we would eventually see more and more outsourcing taking place in Civil Engineering or Infrastructure field. The problem is how the client looks at the business model. Solution lies in the mindset and the approach and not in the process. Copied from Bhavin Shah’s Blog.

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