There's something to be said about outsourcing in the Philippines.
(If you didn't know yet about the savings, the level of talent, the genetic Western affinity, or the judgment-based creativity, let's help you do your homework.)
But there's a lot of whitewashed, everything-rosy, generic blandspeak out there.
That kind of non-actionable deception pisses me off.
So I help you cut through the empty salestalk, get you the real story on Philippine outsourcing providers and markets, and show you proven, experience-backed actions to get your offshoring business or operations profitably and sustainably running and growing.
Succeed in Outsourcing and B2B
Clients that outsource the right way. Providers that just make themselves useful.
Learn and Be Amused
Pick my brain—my bullshit-free, voraciously learning, overly skeptical, MBA-tainted, and easily distracted brain.
An alternative approach to Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic’s consumer pricing data story in Storytelling with Data
Reports say that some douchebag looking to do freelance data visualization work and dataviz corporate training won second place at the DataSeer Grab Data Visualization Challenge 2017.
Your now-midsize B2B business services firm has hit a plateau. Brute force has become embarrassing. Inject enterprise finesse with startup swagger.
I bet craft, storytelling, design thinking, and honesty are more important to the future of outsourcing than the industry realizes. God, I hope I'm right.
And how a new tech staffing firm could differentiate itself from the dreck.
Snack-sized B2B craftsmanship to get you started. Like mini-pancakes.
And endearingly obtuse in a way those two can't be.
DataSeer recently certified me on Predictive Analytics, and I learned other things about the future of work, culture, the Philippine data science industry, analytics as a discipline, and curry.
These useless cool-trying business expressions make marketers and salespeople look foolish and will land them in a rant by the ghost of George Carlin.
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