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Outsourcing Everything But The Kitchen Sink
by:Michele Ellie Ahi
Outsourcing Everything But the Kitchen Sink, Empowering Americans Through Education and Innovation, by Michele Ellie Ahi, defines what it means to be globally literate. It is the ultimate guide on Outsourcing and draws on the trends in education and economy that have shifted America from being a technological and innovative super power to the critical...
Outsourcing Everything But the Kitchen Sink, Empowering Americans Through Education and Innovation, by Michele Ellie Ahi, defines what it means to be globally literate. It is the ultimate guide on Outsourcing and draws on the trends in education and economy that have shifted America from being a technological and innovative super power to the critical state it is in now. This book is a must read for anyone running an enterprise, needing to be up-to-date and technologically savvy, or thinking of 'farming out' some of their operations to either cope or grow in the 21st century. This book presents the challenges with confidence and style. "An American style," says Ahi of the book that notes how the world is transforming and how those changes are affecting everyone - most especially Americans. Having been educated here, founding businesses, and teaching and raising a family, she has empowering words and solutions for what must be done to keep America the land of opportunity, optimism, and prosperity.
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