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by Michele Ellie Ahi

ePub Outsourcing Everything But The Kitchen Sink: Empowering Americans Through Education and Innovation download
Author:
Michele Ellie Ahi
ISBN13:
978-1442164437
ISBN:
1442164433
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Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 24, 2009)
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Management & Leadership
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1129 kb
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Other companies have found the value in growing talent through educational support.

In 2016, the enrollment rate for African American young adults reached 36 percent, a 9-point increase from 20 years earlier. The rate for Latinos increased even more significantly, by 18 points to 38 percent. This progress is welcome, but far from sufficient. And the picture is not as optimistic when considering attainment. Other companies have found the value in growing talent through educational support. Discover Financial Services last fall announced its Discover College Commitment which covers 100 percent of select bachelor’s degrees.

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This book 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 every American, needing to be 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 and prosperity.
  • Michelle Ahi has written a thoughtful, experiential, and exciting argument on what it will take for America to continue to lead, innovate, and solve critical global problems in this century.

    We've all witnessed the departure of large sectors of jobs for India and Asia -- and it's great to see those nations developing such strong workforces. Yet, having witnessed first hand the devestation left behind in a small American manufacturing town, and there are many, after the manufacturing that had supported the town for 200 years left, it is clear that America has come to its own crossroads. We will either accept the current realities, wring our hands at the loss of jobs and production, and grumble about how we used to make things and wish we still did; or, we will rise into this competitive new world, legislate in a way that is fair and that motivates business to look for talent at home, and thoroughly invest in our communities and our workforce to ensure we not only compete but lead - and lead big - in one of the most important centuries for leadership and problem-solving humanity has ever faced.

  • Michelle Ahi has written a thoughtful, experiential, and exciting argument on what it will take for America to continue to lead, innovate, and solve critical global problems in this century.

    We've all witnessed the departure of large sectors of jobs for India and Asia -- and it's great to see those nations developing such strong workforces. Yet, having witnessed first hand the devestation left behind in a small American manufacturing town, and there are many, after the manufacturing that had supported the town for 200 years left, it is clear that America has come to its own crossroads. We will either accept the current realities, wring our hands at the loss of jobs and production, and grumble about how we used to make things and wish we still did; or, we will rise into this competitive new world, legislate in a way that is fair and that motivates business to look for talent at home, and thoroughly invest in our communities and our workforce to ensure we not only compete but lead - and lead big - in one of the most important centuries for leadership and problem-solving humanity has ever faced.

  • I truly enjoyed this book, as it speaks to the heart of a major problem with the US economy - outsourcing - a primary cause of the unemployment rate in our country. Anyone that has driven through the heartland and/or has family that relied on the industrial strength of our country can relate to this devastating problem.

    Ellie did a great job communicating the problem, the issues, and her thesis on how we can best adapt. She tells the tale by first reaching the reader by sharing her own experiences in her perception of the US as she came here to fulfill her dreams 30 years ago and then watched as the economic climate changed over the decades during her career as an engineer and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. By taking a proactive approach, rather than a merely-reactive one, she's not trying to explain how we can un-cook the egg. She admits, rather, that outsourcing is here to stay. And, she's suggesting a viable global approach that can help Americans continue to play a strong role through collaboration in the world economy.

    Read this book.

  • This book not only has surprising and insightful observations, the author provides some excellent ideas for how we can take action to strengthen our workforce and reinvigorate our leadership in the global marketplace of ideas.

    Anyone looking for a clear roadmap for excellence in international project management, as well as strong ideas for what can be done legislatively to motivate changes in behavior at the corporate level, should not hesitate to read this book.

  • I am working with high school and college students who are the "future" collaborators in this global economy. Each of our students should read this book, and if possible, meet Ellie Ahi!

    Outsourcing is here to stay, but we must strive to create a climate of innovation.

    A great read and an important book for the Millenial generation as well.