Managing Information Technology Investments with Outsourcing
Idea Group, 1995 - Contracting out. - 329 pages
This work is designed to help managers conduct an investigation of the issues that influence the outsourcing decisions. An examination of the topics related to outsourcing is enhanced with prescriptive frameworks and recommendations based on empirical evidence.
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