The Future of Offshore Outsourcing as a Strategic Management Tool

  • Mark Kobayashi-Hillary


In 1942, the economist Joseph Schumpeter first used the phrase ‘Creative Destruction’ to describe the constant evolution of a free-market economy.


Core Competence Natural Limit Voice Over Internet Protocol Creative Destruction Financial Service Authority 
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