Making Global Teams Work through GCCs

A Microlearning Series by ANSR

GCC Microlearning Series

As technology becomes core and strategic, companies are strengthening internal IT teams to keep pace with expanding business transformation initiatives. This is leading to scarcity of critical enterprise talent with skills and scale required to deliver on critical transformative interventions.

To manage the widening gap between supply and demand of technology talent, captive centers or GCCs (Global Capability Centers) are emerging as pragmatic solutions through their proven ability in building global, collaborative, distributive teams.

Mature GCCs are now a mainstream component of workforce transformation interventions designed to deliver on enterprise strategic priorities by building strategic capacity through ‘future skilling’ the workforce.  

Here is a quick recap of the recently concluded micro learning series about successfully building and managing collaborative and distributed global teams.

Session Recap

ANSR Making Global Teams Work


Charlene Keeney

Charlene Keeney

Partner,  Global Consulting

Salil Punalekar

Salil Punalekar

Head of Global Business & Corporate Development, ANSR


Design your Global Capability Centers (GCCs)

to accelerate transformation at scale