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Friday, June 23, 2006
Vinnie invited me to write a brief note on protecting IP while offshoring - he has been very kind to have it published here under the real deal series in his blog. Moving professional work overseas is becoming better pronounced. In this ever globalizing economy, while not defending or supporting such a movement, it must be seen as a fact of life today. Talent in abundant numbers are available around the world helping redress local shortages/improving on cost structure and faster rollouts are amongst the various other factors influencing the offshore adoption. But offshoring is not for the light hearted – it calls for substantial involvement and commitment with adequate checks, controls and balances to bring about success. In the process the historical advantage that developed nations have in the form of intellectual capital and the propensity to innovate need to be maintained to provide a sustainable advantage for such nations. Read the full note here.
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