When and Why Outsourcing goes Wrong

Large firms that specialise in outsourcing base their success on their one shared skill – being good at bidding.

However a good bid still relies on the bid writer understanding the industry and assessing risk.

A bad bid will be spotted – if also assessed by a specialist in that industry.

This is far less likely when very larger numbers of different services are outsourced at once.  The decision maker is unlikely to be a specialist.  Bad bids will get through.

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