Transversely to the various areas that may provide for an exchange of skills between people or entities, there are however certain concepts or observations that seem quite generalizable. Regardless of whether they are strictly advocates of outsourcing or not.
FOUREssentially they seemed like significant advantages. Both for those who entrust a job and for those who accept and execute it local handyman in Miami.
We have summarized them in 4 points, for greater synthesis and clarity.
Let’s see them in detail.
The first point is also the one that seems most obvious to analyze. In the sense that, in most cases, an external collaboration is used to remedy the lack of specific skills that are needed at that moment.
This happens because the chain of experiences and skills needed within a structure is constantly evolving.
New bureaucratic obligations, work dynamics, technological evolutions, varied market areas, applications of new laws, requests from customers and suppliers… Everything contributes to producing a reality of changing working skills and abilities.
of which you may also have a sporadic need. For example, ask for the temporary collaboration of an engineer who programs in Python in a company where only Java or C ++ has always been used. Or to installers who have to design a complex access control system having never ventured into that area.
Should you hire new staff? Not always. Trends evolve and change. What was needed at a given time may no longer be needed in a matter of months.
An external collaborator, the engineer who programs in Python in our example, can be called temporarily to help the technical department. To then be removed when there is no longer a need for it. Probably leaving the place to a new expert, in robotics for example, whose professional specificities we need.
As well as the installer, after having worked closely with the access control specialist, he will in turn learn techniques and strategies that will allow him to be independent in the design of the next system.
This type of “spot” of performance and cooperation introduces us to the next point.