Some 900 Harvard Business School students were asked to recreate a study assessing the potential “offshorability” of more than 800 occupations in the United States. Their findings: It might be a larger number than we thought.
Key concepts include:
- Management students are likely tomorrow to face an unprecedented array of options concerning what they can do where.
- Increasingly, jobs are being viewed as groups of tasks that can be bundled, unbundled, and sent to different places.
- Offshoring could come to an end just as quickly as it began.