Project Management Sites
Outsourcing Centre www.outsourcing-centre.com
Outsourcing Journal www.outsourcing-journal.com
Outsourcing Institute www.outsourcing.com
The Offshore Outsourcing Digest www.offshoring-digest.com
The Outsourcing Institute www.outsourcing.com
International Association of Outsourcing Professionals www.outsourcingprofessional.org
Centre for Outsourcing Research and Education www.core-outsourcing.org
Process Management Sites
International Organization for Standards (ISO) www.iso.org
IT Governance www.isaca.org
Strategic Leadership Forum www.slftoronto.com/slf
Carnegie Mellon SEI CMMI www.sei.cmu.edu
ItSMF (ITIL User Group) www.itsmf.com
COBIT – ITGI www.itgi.org
Six Sigma www.isixsigma.com
Business Continuity Planning Sites
Blogs We Read
Change the Game is CEO Jim Love’s blog about people, process, technology and strategy.
From Change the Game:
I believe that we have the potential to achieve the extraordinary. This is our potential as humans. Bit by bit, for many of us, what is eroded is not the potential — we don’t lose that. What we lose is our ability to believe in our potential. Instead of looking to the extraordinary, we learn how to “play the game”. Without passing judgment I just have to say, that’s not for me. I don’t want to play the game. I want to change the game. And I want to celebrate the people and concepts that are out there changing the game every day.
The Customer Experience Show is a weekly show helping you understand and develop a powerful and engaging customer experience.
From The Customer Experience Show:
We have more than 70 interviews now, many with world leaders in this field. You will learn what business strategies you can implement to provide your customers with better experiences and provide you with company growth. Hear what business leaders who already have transformed their business have to say about their CX journey: lessons learned and benefits gained.
Enterprise Efficiency is the efficient information technology community.
From Enterprise Efficiency:
Enterprise Efficiency is designed to foster the sort of debates and discussions that truly matter to today’s business technology decision makers – centered around those disruptive technologies and trends that often require the feedback of peers and trusted sources.