The Human Side of Outsourcing: Psychological Theory and Management Practice

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Stephanie J. Morgan
Wiley, Aug 4, 2009 - Business & Economics - 316 pages
The Human Side of Outsourcing considers outsourcing from both management and staff perspectives. The book includes chapters on cultural and individual differences, the life-cycle approach, best practices, and recruitment, as well as featuring informative case studies from the field. Practitioner-focused but with a strong foundation in theory and research, this is a valuable resource for organizational psychologists and consultants, as well as human resource professionals, managers, and executives.

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Stephanie J. Morgan PhD is a Course Director at Kingston University Business School. As a researcher and consultant she has advised private and public sector organizations on many aspects of work psychology. A background in IT Management included positions as a National Sales and Marketing Manager for Philips, Commercial Manager for Origin Benelux (now Atos-Origin) and a Non-Executive Director to the NHS. Stephanie is a Chartered Psychologist, a Principal Member of the Association of Business Psychologists and Director of Decision Dimensions, a psychological testing and assessment company.

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