In São Paulo on May 15th? Come to my talk at USP on the freedom of the press. Can’t read the Portuguese, just get in touch with me..!
O Consulado Geral Britânico em São Paulo, em parceria com a Universidade de São Paulo e o Observatório da Imprensa convidam para a mesa redonda: Seguros para Falar: Como assegurar a liberdade de expressão em todas as Mídias.
Participarão da mesa o repórter especial da TV Globo, Caco Barcelos, o Diretor do Observatório de Imprensa, Carlos Eduardo Lins da Silva, o jornalista e blogueiro Mark Hillary e Eugenio Bucci, jornalista, professor da ECA-USP, colunista da revista Época e articulista do Estado de São Paulo.
DATA: 15 de maio, quarta-feira, às 9h
LOCAL: Av. Prof. Lúcio Martins Rodrigues, 443 – Cidade Universitária – CEP 05508-020
(Departamento de Jornalismo e Editoração)
(11) 3094 1868
(11) 3094 2715
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I’m working on an article this week for publication in the Sunday Telegraph feature on outsourcing to be published on Feb 12, 2012.
The focus is on new global hotspots for outsourcing. How expertise in different regions is growing and changing. Are contracts moving back onshore or to different locations and in particular how the BRICs and CEE are looking?
I’m interested in comment on any new services or recent deals and really only interested in end user comment – not suppliers – though I’m happy for suppliers to introduce me to their clients or give approved comment from their client, and obviously if a supplier is involved in the relationship then they will be mentioned.
I need to get comment this week as I will complete the write-up this coming weekend. Please get in touch with your comments or connections…
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The CEO of Indian technology giant, Vineet Nayar, has just published a book called ‘Employees First, Customers Second’ with the Harvard Business School Press. It challenges the conventional wisdom of business in any industry – that the customer is always right – by suggesting that if you focus on looking after your employees then they will ensure the customers are happy.
I’m going to meet Vineet tomorrow to record an interview about the book and his philosophy on management. If you would like to send a question for me to use during the interview then do get in touch…
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