Steve Jackson, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
Is there a particular case that comes to mind where a virtual organisation has enjoyed incremental success having outsourced its functions (and which ones?) and chosen to focus towards its core competence(s). And what were these competences? How were they for instance, able to benefit going forward, as a direct consequence of releasing control of specific aspects of their operations?
Or does virtualisation in this context remain merely conceptual as many have suggested?