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An Empirical Investigation of Information Technology Sourcing Practices: Lessons From Experience
This analysis reconciles some of the apparent discrepancies in past findings about the best ways to source IT, and identifies five best practices identified in the case companies.
Core IS Capabilities for Exploiting Information Technology
To achieve lasting competitiveness through IT, according to the authors, companies face three enduring challenges: focusing IS efforts to support business strategies and using IT innovations to
A review of the IT outsourcing empirical literature and future research directions
The review finds that the academic literature on IT outsourcing has very much honored both rigor and relevance in the ways in which research has been conducted, and overall, ITO researchers have a broad and deep understanding of ITO.
The Value of Selective IT Sourcing
Why does the outsourcing of IT frequently fail to produce the expected cost savings or other benefits? Perhaps because managers don't carefully select which IT activities to outsource. The authors
Shaping the Future. Business Design Through Information Technology
That's it, a book to wait for in this month; even you have wanted for long time for releasing this book shaping the future business design through information technology; you may not be able to get in some stress; but now, the authors are coming to give you excellent solution.
Global Information Technology Outsourcing: In Search of Business Advantage
From the Publisher: "This book has the potential to become the definitive book on the many dimensions of outsourcing as it matures into a complex, multi-faceted phenomenon. IT outsourcing is still
Exploring relationships in information technology outsourcing: the interaction approach
The research identified certain factors in IT outsourcing relationships not captured satisfactorily by the interaction approach, namely the centrality of the contract, the importance of formal processes, and the hidden costs of relationship management.
Enterprise resource planning: the role of the CIO and it function in ERP
This article spells out the several ways in which the CIO and IT function is found asleep at the wheel on ERP, and details the more effective capabilities and organizational and cultural practices that explain ERP success, and indeed wider IT, success.