Outsourcing: How to Make Vendors Work for Your Shareholders

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NDMA Pub., 1999 - Contracting out - 106 pages
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Outsourcing promises tantalizing benefits: cost savings, improved responsibilities & fewer distractions. Unfortunately, those claims don't hold up under the harsh test of reality. The ugly truth is that outsourcing is often the last resort for executives frustrated with staff departments. But does it make sense to get rid of management headaches by eliminating an entire department? This book offers practical guidelines that answer the fundamental questions: When is outsourcing appropriate & when is it just throwing too much money at the problem?

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