Information technology outsourcing
This new volume in the Advances in Management Information Systems series presents the latest cutting-edge knowledge in IT outsourcing. As part of the growing business trend to outsourcing various operations, IT outsourcing both determines the governance of a vital organizational function and influences the processes of exploitation and exploration in all other functions of an enterprise.
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PopulationLevel Learning and the Evolution of IT Outsourcing Decisions
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