Outsourcing” traces its modern roots to the global expansion of business in the 1970s and 80s. During this time frame, the mindset was that, in order to compete, organizations must focus on their core business, and then identify other critical services that could be accomplished by contracting outside the organization. An organization typically would “outsource” if it did not have the necessary internal competency. These outsourced services were those necessary to run the ...

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