Pittsburgh, PA, June 20, 2014 -
Following up on the publication of The Outsourcing Professionals’ Guide to Corporate Responsibility
by Van Haren Publishing, the complimentary webinar was led by IAOP CEO
Debi Hamill. Featuring co-authors
Bill Hefley, PhD, COP and Ron Babin,
DBA, PhD, COP, the webinar was Friday June 20, at
11 AM EDT.
You may download a copy of the Webinar slide deck pdf here.
All of the questions presented by attendees were answered during the
webinar by presenters and may be heard during the recorded version
of the webinar.
trio discussed the “Guide,” which examines corporate socially
responsible policies and practices for
identifying and showcasing policies that IAOP members have
adopted, creating a framework
on which companies can model new CSR
policies and develop a network of resources for IAOP members.
"This indispensible management tool for any company
involved in outsourcing – whether customer, provider or advisor is
the first and only global publication on CR and is truly one of a kind!" said Debi Hamill, CEO of the IAOP.
Access to the Webinar, the slide deck, and a sample of what's inside the "Guide," is available from the IAOP
For details on the book, you can click on the cover photo below.
ITSqc, LLC, the spin-off from Carnegie Mellon University created to promote best practice
models for the global IT-enabled services industry, was founded to extend the impact of
the eSourcing Capability Models. The eSourcing Capability Models were originally
developed at Carnegie Mellon University with participation from leading provider,
client and advisory organizations.
ITSqc, LLC, provides support for these Models, by training professionals about the Models,
the eSCM-based methods for determining organizational capabilities, and related professional
education programs. ITSqc, LLC, is working with strategic partners and
Authorized Organizations to
support global adoption of the eSourcing Capability Models.
IAOP® is the global, standard-setting organization and advocate for the outsourcing profession. With a global community of more than 110,000 members and affiliates worldwide, IAOP is the leading professional association for organizations and individuals involved in transforming the world of business through outsourcing, offshoring, and shared services.
85% of IAOP members credit IAOP for improved outsourcing outcomes at their organizations and 93% of IAOP’s COPs say that the designation has had a positive impact on their careers.
IAOP is supported by senior leaders around the world and their executives, managers and professionals who share the vision and expertise it takes to design, implement and manage their company’s global corporate ecosystem.
For more information, see www.iaop.org.