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Best Practice Software Development Outsourcing Model: The Intrinsic Value of a Dedicated Virtual Offshore Team versus Project Work
Business leaders today often struggle with exactly how best to leverage the offshore outsourcing model. When
A CASE AGAINST COUNTER OFFERS: A LOSING PROPOSITION FOR ALL PARTIES
Let’s begin with the candidate. At the end of the day, the candidate is the
BEST PRACTICE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT OUTSOURCING MODEL
The Intrinsic Value of a Dedicated Virtual Offshore Team versus Project Work Written by Phil
NARRASOFT SEES THE AVENGERS: ENDGAME
Here at NarraSoft, we promote work-life balance and find ways to make sure that everyone
NarraSoft Chooses Salarium for Payroll Processing
Doomwheel Is Now In PAX East Indie Showcase Selection
Pilot your Doomwheel as it rattles through the battlefield at breakneck speeds in this fast-paced
Wishing all NarraSoft customers and employees a safe and enjoyable Holiday Season…and wishing all the
As we celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the US, I’d like to send a special thanks
Make achieving your company’s financial goals about fun, not numbers!
CEOs, P&L heads, B-School Professors…please bear with me before you experience a conniption! 😉 I
Recent Innovation Transforms the Compliance Training Industry
Brandon Hall Group announced the winners of the coveted Human Capital Management Excellence Awards 2017,
Award Winning Mobile Game Illustrates the Growing Influence of Indie Studios
As the computer gaming space evolves, new technologies and platforms continue to democratize the industry.
Is Social Media Technology Really Stealing Our Humanity?
Many people complain that rampant technology is robbing us of our humanity. In particular, social
What’s in a Name?
Our names are critically important to each of us. They are direct symbols of our
Five Reasons to Smile!
This is the fifth post of a thirty-blog series devoted to examining Dale Carnegie’s 30
Become Genuinely Interested in Other People
This is the fourth post of a thirty-blog series devoted to examining Dale Carnegie’s 30