PULSE is the official magazine of IAOP®: The Association with Collaboration at its Core.
OWS19 Highlights: Keynoters Speak on Transformation
Outstanding Women in Leadership: Vicki Phelan, KPMG
IAOP Inducts Two Early Adopters of Outsourcing into Leadership Hall of Fame
Trends to Watch in 2019: Predictions by Certified Outsourcing Professionals
Viewpoint on Visa Reform: Steps to Take to Mitigate Risks
Impact Sourcing Leaders Recognized at OWS19
As New Collaborative Models Abound… What Does IAOP Mean to Its Members?
Digital Convergence Demands a New Governance Approach: Are You Ready?
PULSE 2019 Spring Edition
When the business model of giants like General Electric, Sears and P&G are shaken by more agile competitors and new technologies, the message is clear: Disruption can impact any company, of any size or age, at any time. No one company can survive today’s changing times on their own. READ MORE
Vicki Phelan never aspired to enter the male-dominated corporate world. As a young graduate with a master’s in environmental management, she found herself interviewing for a job at IBM in the early 1980s. READ MORE
For the second year, IAOP, in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, will present the Global Impact Sourcing Award (GISA) during the OWS19 luncheon to organizations for their leadership in driving awareness of Impact Sourcing across the BPO industry. READ MORE
As an early adopter of outsourcing starting at Procter & Gamble, Manjit Singh has long used outsourcing to create business advantage in his CIO roles at large companies from The Clorox Company to Chiquita Brands.
As one of the outsourcing industry’s early advisors, Dave Brown has earned the trust of clients, service providers and colleagues alike for his expertise steering hundreds of large, complex deals over the past two decades.
Cyber-attacks, Robotic Process Automation and cloud-technologies are the top three trends to watch for that could impact outsourcing, according to an informal survey of Certified Outsourcing Professionals (COPs). READ MORE
Discussion of visa reform accelerated with the 2016 elections. Without formal legislation, we have seen administrative changes from increased scrutiny over visa extensions, spousal visas, etc. Have changes impacted your organization? READ MORE
Digital convergence, new technologies and regulations are changing the way organizations need to approach governance and control to the new mindset of Supply & Source Chain Component Oversight. READ MORE
The industry you work in has grown up and the players in it have evolved. While once solely defined as “outsourcing,” the world you live in every day is now dominated by new collaborative service delivery models – from automation and digital transformation to global business services and shared services.
Where does IAOP fit into this new order? Since its founding in 2005, IAOP has always represented its members’ professional needs and continues to today. At the core of the association is its ability to bring together this diverse, highly collaborative and passionate group of individuals and organizations from the provider, advisor and buy-side community and provide the tools, resources and connections they need to succeed.