This week, the GISC challenged the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry to hire 100,000 new impact workers by the end of 2020. The group also announced the launch of the world’s first Impact Sourcing Standard, designed to increase the adoption of Impact Sourcing by setting out uniform criteria for what it entails.
At the launch, we caught up with Mamadou Biteye, Managing Director, Africa Regional Office, The Rockefeller Foundation, as he reflected on the development of the GISC and its progress to date.
The Global Impact Sourcing Coalition (GISC) is challenging the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry to hire 100,000 new impact workers by 2020.
The Global Impact Sourcing Coalition (GISC) will host a webinar to launch the newly developed Impact Sourcing Standard and the Impact Sourcing Challenge.
Are you and your organization heavily involved in Impact Sourcing? Leadership teams from customer or provider organizations are invited to apply for the Global Impact Sourcing Award (GISA), which recognizes industry professionals who are leaders in Impact Sourcing.