Sources Of Guidance And Support

The operation and managing of an outsourcing or other downsizing program are matters in which it is helpful to talk with others who have been or are managing similar plans for their organizations. Informal meetings with peers in other such organizations about common problems can be a source of ideas and a feeling of support. There is considerable literature on these subjects; one thorough and pertinent source is Winning the Outsourcing Game: Making the Best Deals and Making Them Work by Janet Butler (Auerbach Publications, 2000).

Many organizations do buy, for a fee, the advice of experts who have experience in managing outsourcing and downsizing programs. These sources include the Outsourcing Institute and a variety of consulting firms.

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