HUMANOMICS

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Author House, 2014 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
The global sourcing sector is quite wide and fairly encompassive of most of the organized private sector (and increasingly even the unorganized sectors in the context of creating social impacts through pursuing commercial goals). Over the past decade, governments, both national and local have begun to proactively address the opportunities presented by this sector. Meanwhile the industry itself has gone through some significant upheavals thanks to technological innovations, and transformatory realizations in business acumen where opportunities have been crafted bottom-up in a manner befitting much of the growth we see today in the context of globalization. In doing so, the number of actors who have become willing and able participants has only increased exponentially, contributing to a plethora of complexities, dichotomies and convergences. This book is aimed at leadership in the private sector, especially Board room leaders who are looking continually to enhance shareholder value and customer aspirations from an increasingly sophisticated global marketplace. It is aimed at governments, particularly policy-makers, Ministries of Information, Communication & Technologies, Ministries of Human Resources and those various regulatory bodies and parastatal agencies that pursue investment promotion, sector development, external trade, and talent development as they push to transform their economies and enable their citizens to gear up for a technologically-driven futures, regardless of their current readiness or social rigidities. Finally, this book is aimed at those young entrepreneurs who aspire to create some form of value or the other through leveraging modern technologies on the one end, while contending with technological obsolescence on the other end. Last but not the least this book is aimed at each young individual in developing and emerging nations who are vying to remain contributory and relevant in today's fast-paced times, while contending with the vagaries and uncertainties of a globalized world. The intent with this group is to get them to think about larger issues plaguing mankind and our way of life, instead of limiting their entrepreneurial pursuits to capitalist endeavors and personal profiteering alone. There's much that needs to be done and it is no more the concern of a few over the many.
 

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Bobby Varanasi is one of the top 25 acknowledged global powerhouse leaders in the global sourcing space, bringing with him over 16 years of experience in consulting and management across technologically enabled globalized services. He is the Founder/ CEO of Matryzel Consulting Inc, one of the top 20 Best Outsourcing Advisory firms in the world today. He has served in various positions within Strategy Consulting, Country Market Development, Program & Risk Management, Service Delivery and Management Consulting. He advises federal governments across four continents on ICT sector with emphasis on policy development, industry-government partnerships aimed at enabling positive economic impacts through enhancing productive capacities of home-grown companies. Bobby also advises Fortune 500 customer organizations on Strategic Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions, Procurement & Demand Management, Pricing Strategies, Sourcing Relationships, Business & Financial Modeling et al, contributing immensely to global sourcing for clients. His international experience across various markets - Europe, USA, Middle East, Caribbean, Latin America, Africa and Asia Pacific - has enabled him develop expertise in services globalization. Having managed full life-cycle consulting and global sourcing programs for multinational clients involving large teams, his experience richly contributes to development and management of global sourcing relationships. He holds various leadership roles with entities like the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), a global standard-setting organization. Bobby also serves on the Advisory Boards of developmental organizations like the World BPO/ITO Forum, Global Sourcing Council's 3S Awards, Head-Held-High Foundation, TriSCA Initiative etc. An acknowledged global thought leader and speaker, Bobby is often quoted and published in Forbes, fDi, Economist, The Outsourcing, ICT Media BV, Ratio Magazine Africa, ZDNet, CIO Africa, Computer World, Globalization Today, Brazil Exportati, Times of India, Business Week, New Straits Times, Malaysian Business, The Star, Technology Inquirer, The Edge, Logicall Worldpress, Bernama, TC World, MIS Asia, CIO Asia, Silicon India, Telegraph etc.

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