Globalization of Services Conference
Asia's generally dismal record up to 1990 as a provider of brand-name services, despite efforts by Japan and Korea in banking, retail and software, turned around in the 1990s with the rise of China and India. India, particularly, has made its name providing IT-enabled services. While the exports were initiall ...
Despite the growing adoption of social media platforms as a business tool, this is still a relatively new and under-studied area of technology—even in Silicon Valley where many SMP innovations originate, says Rafiq Dossani, a senior research scholar at Stanford University's Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center. He and other academic and industry experts convened at Stanford on May 25 for a discussion of SMP business trends, especially in the areas of recruitment and business development in Silicon Valley. Read more »
Succeeding in India is 'secret sauce' for succeeding in 21st century according to Rafiq Dossani's newest book, India Arriving
India Arriving: How This Economic Powerhouse is Redefining Global Business by Shorenstein APARC's Senior Research Scholar Rafiq Dossani seeks to provide a deeper understanding of a country that promises to be the next major player in the world economy.
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Shorenstein APARC's Senior Research Scholar, Rafiq Dossani, invited to participate in an online debate on indian outsourcingin the news: BusinessWeek.com on October 17, 2007
BusinessWeek's the Debate Room topic: Indian Outsourcing Has Peaked Their status as red-hot offshoring destinations notwithstanding, Bangalore, Mumbai, and the rest can expect a slowdown soon. Debate: Pro or con? Read more »