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1st May 2008, 08:52 AM #1
BSF and the 'supply chain' in schools
I read this article in the Observer newspaper last Sunday....
Supply chains should be kept on a short leash | Business | The Observer
Although not aimed at schools or BSF, it exposes a number of management 'myths' surrounding things like outsourcing, bigger is better and remote customer support. Many of these have/are being used to support the arguments underpinning BSF.
1st May 2008, 09:04 AM #2
It just confirms what I've been saying all along. Nearly every time a company outsources major things, it goes majorly wrong. The companies seem to think operating with half their staff in a distant country takes as much management/admin as having them in the same place when in fact it takes a lot lot more.
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