For those who have not read my previous post, “Moving from Shared Services to Global Business Services,” let me provide a quick summary. Shared Services (SS) is an operating model that has been around for decades. It enables function-specific resources (i.e., HR, IT, Finance, etc.) to be leveraged across an entire organization, resulting in lower costs with agreed-upon customer-service levels. Around the time of the 2008/2009 recession, greater demands were placed on the SS operating model and what evolved was Global Business Services (GBS). The GBS operating model offers better efficiency, wider geographic reach, and broader scope coverage, to handle greater regulatory scrutiny for the same or even lower costs. However, there are some obstacles to overcome to ensure the full value of the GBS operating model is achieved… which is the focus of this post.
State of GBS
Multiple surveys and commentary have been published indicating the widespread and increasing trend of companies moving from SS to the GBS operating model. An annual survey by the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON), one of the largest communities of shared services and outsourcing professionals, stated that nearly 70% of the respondents operate as a GBS or
The chances for developing our house business accomplishments are completely reliant upon us. The “mental perseverance” used to the advancement of our online business will determine success or failure.
Where is our confidence level?
Do we say “I believe I can do it” or “I understand I can do it”? Before developing a home based business, we need to convince ourselves that success will happen. We need to build the structure for success from the beginning of our web venture.
How is our determination?
When developing the chance making cash online, we will meet a variety of obstacles. These barriers resemble the obstacles in our individual lives. Do we take a look at these challenges as finding out experiences or do we want they would go away? Do we have the stubbornness to go eyeball to eyeball with the circumstance or do we want to stop? This stating is old however true: “When the going gets tough, the tough get going”. The success of our home business depends on the capability to deal with trouble and persevere. Bend but do not break!
Do we have endurance?
The opportunity for home based business
Here is some helpful information to get you started, and you can find a lot more on the internet.
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