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5 Outsourcing Misconceptions That You Must Have Heard

Since the internet and online marketing became the main stay for most private companies, outsourcing has rapidly become an integral part of this. Many businesses and companies use outsourcing because of its many benefits from the economical aspect to the potential pool of highly skilled workers that are available. There are however some misconceptions about outsourcing that are common today and below we would look at 5 of them.

Culture could be negatively impacted

Of course by culture one is referring to the culture in the organization. Some believe that because outsourcing involves getting workers who are not necessarily a part of the organization there could be a disruption of the organization’s structure. But this is not true and if the organization has a concrete framework on operations anyone can easily be incorporated into it.

You do not need to have a plan

Some people think that just because you can get anyone to work on the project at anytime you do not need a strategy put in place for the project. But this is not true and if you just outsource your work haphazardly, the project would either be poorly done eventually or remain incomplete which is worse.

Disruption in Communication

This is another misconception that gives people concern about outsourcing but it is not true. Once there is a well spelt out chain of command that one can follow, there would be no need for there to be a communication breakdown from outsourcing.

Outsourcing is an exclusive preserve for big businesses

This is one of the most common misconceptions. People believe outsourcing is meant mainly for big corporations that require hundreds to thousands of staffs. But nothing could be farther from the truth. As a matter of fact, small business may need outsourcing more to enable them to grow. This economical benefit means that they would spend less, save more and get quality hands to work for them.

Conflict of Interest is more with outsourcing

Finally, there is the issue of conflict of interest when it comes to outsourcing. But if the outsourcing team knows their role there is no need to fear a potential takeover or rights as to who’s project the work is. The outsourcing team should be well aware of the implications of offering their service to your business and why you retain the rights to the services rendered. If this is done right then the issue of conflict of interest would be nonexistent.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! inspires entrepreneurs build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams.

One Response to “5 Outsourcing Misconceptions That You Must Have Heard”

  1. Hi, the whole thing is going nicely here and ofcourse every one is sharing facts,
    that’s in fact fine, keep up writing Bro.

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