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About Brandi Moore

Brandi Moore

Brandi Moore

Global strategist and management consultant Brandi Moore is the founder of IndiaThink, a US-based firm that advises western clients on how to stop bleeding money, time and energy when working across cultures and instead how to achieve revenue-generating business results. She is a frequent public speaker and the author of The Little BRIC book: Cracking the code to simplify how you and your organization manages global teams in Brazil, Russia, India and/or China.

Brandi is an expert at developing global managers to effectively lead business teams between western and BRIC countries to successfully navigate communication, process and business culture differences. A 'decoder' of myth, Brandi brings clarity and actionable solutions to her clients so they can in turn create results with their teams.  Her first hand knowledge and extensive international background spans f500 companies while representing various information security concerns as well as international negotiations of multi-million dollar contracts and 'on the ground' project management across the globe.

Brandi received her Masters in Forensic Science from George Washington University and her Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University.

Posts By Brandi Moore

Secret agreements on culture

August 12, 2011 |

The recent report by Softtek and Horses for Sources, ‘How Latin America Powers Global IT Delivery’, is a painful example of how the community of outsourcing talks about culture. The report implies that business culture is equivalent to seeing Western … Read More

Buyers with magnifying glasses: security inside outsourcing relationships

April 26, 2011 |

This column originally appeared in Outsource Magazine Issue #23 Spring 2011 as part of the lead article “Safe and Sound”. To read the full article, click here.

From a buyer’s perspective, the labyrinth created by outsource partnerships is a tangled … Read More

How outsourcers manage human capital (Part 2)

February 24, 2011 |

Outsourcers continue to enter new markets requiring them to make decisions on management styles.  Do they keep with their home business culture, spreading it across the world or adapt to local needs?

This is the second part (read the first … Read More

How outsourcers manage human capital

February 2, 2011 |

Thanks to the recession, most organisations have changed the way they hire, resisting permanent hiring, fearing commitments may be rescinded if the economy fails to cooperate.

Outsourcers, however, have continued to hire and build their organisations by moving into additional … Read More

Obama runs into a BRIC wall

November 22, 2010 |

During Barack Obama’s first trip to India he shouted out the importance of good ties with the US, implored India to include companies like GE into its plans for infrastructure growth, and demanded that India “keep up their end of … Read More


A spoonful of sugar: an Indian remedy for the pharmaceutical industry

October 22, 2010 |

Indians were the original pharmacists. Throughout the ages humans have strived to control their plight through medicinal methods. While the length of time that Ayurveda has been practiced is under debate, most agree that at least 5,000 years ago the … Read More

Are you a Paper Tiger? The culture of contracts

September 17, 2010 |

The core of all outsourcing relationships lies in an agreement. It makes no difference if you are sourcing payroll services, pharmaceutical research or call center services: the situation at its core is the same.  The difference is the BRIC countries … Read More