Professor Wendy

Professor Wendy

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About Professor Wendy

Hi there! I’m Professor Wendy. I am a highly-driven and talented writing professional with the goal of providing excellent, personalized, and plagiarism-free solutions. Having expertise in English, History, Business and Entrepreneurship, I’ve completed a vast portfolio of writing projects. I am thorough and creati...

  • 2020 Joined us
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  • 565 Completed projects
  • 441 Helped students

Writer’s Sample

To increase efficiency of operations, multinational companies are involved in the practise of outsourcing business to the third world countries. Outsourcing means the purchase of parts or components of the company’s final product rather than manufacturing these components themselves. One of the reasons for doing so is to save on costs, but it is not limited to these benefits as there may be other reasons as well. For example, a company may be able to procure better quality parts through outsourcing. Generally, outsourcing is more beneficial to the multinational company, but there is also an impact on the culture of the country from which the outsourcing is done. This essay discusses the development and innovation that takes place in third world countries as a result outsourcing and also discusses how this development is limited. The topic is examined through the case of Toyota and its global outsourcing. Benefits of Outsourcing Outsourcing helps improve the industry in the third world country from where the outsourcing takes place. Innovation and development speeds up as suppliers develop themselves to meet the needs of the multinational company. Multinational companies usually follow the philosophy of “joint effort”, where they work closely with their suppliers to improve the quality of their products (Hendry, 1995). “Joint effort” involves sharing of information among the multinational company and its suppliers. Toyota outsources its IT workforce to help reduce the IT support costs it faces. To develop long-term relationships with these suppliers, Toyota works closely with them. Examples include joint innovative projects, training and development, and financial incentives as well. Pitches for innovation can be made by suppliers, and these are rewarded by the company (Su, Levina & Ross, 2016). These activities lead to an increase in innovation and development of the local community from where outsourcing takes place. Outsourcing also benefits the local industry by increasing competition among suppliers. The multinational company sets quality requirements and high expectations. Eventually, quality requirements result in suppliers’ pushing for innovation and constant improvement. Toyota takes pitches for new innovative services from new and existing suppliers (Su, Levina & Ross, 2016). Overall, a highly competitive environment is created in the industry. Drawbacks of Outsourcing It is true that local community may benefit from outsourcing through innovation and development; however, this development may be limited, as multinational companies develop their suppliers to a certain level. The reason for limited growth is that if too much development of suppliers takes place, then the international company may lose its competitive advantage. For example, Toyota outsources the production of components for its vehicle manufacturing. It does not outsource its engine manufacturing and design to third parties. Engine manufacturing and design are also its unique selling points and provide it with a competitive advantage (Smalley, 2014). This shows that outsourcing leads to limited development. Outsourcing has been claimed to lead to poverty alleviation in third world countries. However, it is not always the case, as outsourcing is often based on cost-saving motives. There is an exploitation of human capital in third world countries as multinational companies outsource from suppliers who pay low wages to their workers, which is possible as there is a high supply of human capital in third world countries. Outsourcing does not lead to an improvement in the lifestyle of workers in third world countries, nor does it improve their working conditions (Heeks & Arun, 2010). Poverty alleviation is not always the outcome when outsourcing takes place. Conclusion In conclusion, outsourcing benefits the local cultures by development of the local industry through innovation and by increasing local competition. This development, however, is limited, as multinationals do not outsource completely to ensure that competitive advantage is not fully lost. Moreover, outsourcing may not improve poverty in third world countries, but rather leads to exploitation of human capital.

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Professor Wendy in my opinion as a working student, completed an exceptional paper. Her literary and research skills are genuinely of a very high standard. There are many writers who ‘claim’ to offer the best possible service; Professor Wendy actually delivers within ample time of deadline, given clear unambiguous instructions. Thank you Professor Wendy, for your assistance, with what was a difficult assigned task.

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She put the reference as "sex in public" as a copy-paste from some order or something. Very unethical & unprofessional as my order was a business strategy case study. She also did not respond for a couple of days. She also did not make fixes with the requirements and copy-pasted the previous draft by saying this is a new draft. Requirements need a data table and she could not deliver.

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I gave her deadline and was able to complete way before the time it was due. And has done a great job to provide an exceptional paper. I'll hire again if needed

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Gave me paper back literally in 1 hour when she had 2 days

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and then each time after she has uploaded a draft I have messaged her explaining what needs to be done, but she is not understanding.

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Not formatted well, improper grammar.

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Prof. Wendy like always available to help. Fantastic job highly recommend her!

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not in time

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Would definitely recommend for future assignments