The Difference Between Success and Failure in Global Sourcing: a Tale of Two Companies
What Does it Take?
Observing and studying companies that are putting together sourcing strategies and trying to execute them, over the years, I have reached the conclusion that what matters most is not so much whether the sourcing strategy works or not – most often it does, eventually – but how much time and effort it takes to make it work.
Huge failures resulting in companies bringing entire operations back in house/home are a rare event in comparison to the number of sourcing...
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