Eleanor Matthews

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Eleanor, the founder at WorkFutures, is a sourcing expert and trusted advisor with 20 years of experience in outsourcing, business development, contract negotiation, project management and people development. Having led a number of organizations in the sourcing space, she is currently working with a portfolio of organizations in a marketing and advisory capacity focused on the future of work and the new digital sourcing and services landscape. Prior to starting WorkFutures, Eleanor held leadership positions with SIG, Alsbridge (now ISG), Source and Quantum Plus.

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Feb 09, 2019    0
Tell us about your career path. How did you get into this field? Was it purposeful or by accident? 
I started my career at Logica as a developer but backed slowly away from actual coding when I realized that I was not cut out for staring at a screen and hunching over a keyboard all day. I was high energy, ambitious and, looking back, probably a total nightmare to manage so when I proposed that I get involved in more of a business...
Jul 20, 2018    0

On the 28th of June, Enate held its first ever #EnateChat Twitter chat. We were looking to tap into the...

May 06, 2016    0

Outsource: So, Eleanor, welcome on board – at last! You are of course already a well-known figure in the space – and more familiar now to the SIG audience following your appearance at last month’s SIG Summit in Florida – but for those few of our readers to whom you’re still an unknown quantity, could you give us a bit of background on who you are and your career thus far?

Eleanor Winn: I studied computing science and management at Glasgow...

Jan 22, 2016    0

As we enter a new year, it’s always fun to gaze into our crystal balls and anticipate the key trends and forces that will shape our industry in the coming year. Granted, given the pace of change and disruption that has come to characterise the outsourcing space, the business of prognosticating is becoming an increasingly risky one. That said, here are some thoughts and observations – in no particular order – from Alsbridge regarding what to expect in the coming twelve...