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Published: July 1, 2001

 
 

Why Cisco Fell: Outsourcing and Its Perils

Reprint No. 01306
Authors
Bill Lakenan, lakenan_bill@bah.com
Bill Lakenan is a principal in Booz-Allen & Hamilton’s Global Operations Practice. Based in the firm’s San Francisco office, he focuses on operations strategy, manufacturing, and supply chain transformation, primarily for clients in the high-tech and aerospace/defense industries.

Darren Boyd, boyd_darren@bah.com
Darren Boyd is a senior associate in Booz-Allen & Hamilton’s Global Operations Practice. Based in the firm’s San Francisco office, he focuses on operations strategy and manufacturing.

Ed Frey, frey_ed@bah.com
Ed Frey is a vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton in San Francisco. He focuses on operations strategy, manufacturing, and supply chain transformation.

 

 
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Resources

  1. Scott Buckhout, Edward Frey, and Joseph Nemec Jr., “Making ERP Succeed: Turning Fear into Promise,” s+b, Second Quarter 1999; Click here.
  2. Lawrence M. Fisher, “From Vertical to Virtual: How Nortel’s Supplier Alliances Extend the Enterprise,” s+b, First Quarter 2001; Click here.
  3. Keith Oliver, Anne Chung, and Nick Samanich, “Beyond Utopia: The Realist’s Guide to Internet-Enabled Supply Chain Management,” s+b, Second Quarter 2001; Click here.
 
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