Vested gets traction in IT.
Article published by Kate Vitasek on 30 January 2020. Title:: Pennsylvania Should Look To MnDOT’s Success With I-35 Bridge Replacement As A Model URL: https://www.forbes.com/sites/katevitasek/2022/01/30/pennsylvania-should-look-to-mndots-success-with-i-35-bridge-replacement-as-a-model/?sh=1503ee32576f
In 2016 the Belgium Telco provider Telenet began what it thought would be a six-month strategic review of the changing landscape of commoditization and digitization in the industry and how that impacted Telenet operations. The review also assessed the company’s core competencies to determine areas to consider for more strategic outsourcing. Telenet realized the benefits […]
A hallmark of a Vested agreement is that it is a formal relational contract. This means putting the relationship first and co-creating a formal Shared Vision that codifies the Guiding Principles for the partnership. In other words, a shared vision is the relationship’s destination, and the jointly negotiated Guiding Principles is the GPS. You need […]
As Seth Godin says in a recent blog, “the next big idea” does not have to be fully original or have no competition. Actually, ideas and innovation often build upon each other. As Godin notes, “Henry Ford didn’t invent the car, and there were plenty of social networks before the dominance of Facebook. Madam CJ […]
When a company seeks a strategic supplier, the crucial first step is to choose the right sourcing model, which will make or break the relationship.
The Brookings Institution, suggests ally-shoring as a solution. to the manufacturing/labor crisis.
Kate Vitasek blog/article published on 28 July 2021 features getting back to work insights from Dan Ariely. Also getting back to efficient negotiations.
Article by Kate Vitasek published 14 July 2021. URL: https://futureofsourcing.com/julian-nyarko-stickiness-and-incomplete-contracts