Outsourcing: A Business Guide to Risk Management Tools and Techniques
The key texts in the management of outsourcing risks are outlined in this book. It also provides a detailed bibliography for over 200 of the major books and articles on the management of outsourcing risk. The authors also provide a critical analysis of the operational tools and techniques which have dominated academic and prctitioner thinking about outsourcing strategy and practice.
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The Risks of Outsourcing
Strategic Outsourcing Tools
Key Operational Issues
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