Robert Wayne Gregory

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L'interaction entre intelligence culturelle et gestion de projet dans les projets d'infogérance offshore Abstract Prior research on the management of IT offshore outsourcing projects has focused on cross-cultural issues or on project and relationship management issues. However, there is still a lack of understanding concerning effective management practices(More)
Prior research in the context of public private partnerships has mainly focused on organizational and risk management aspects. Because there is a growing number of IT megaprojects in the context of public private partnerships, recent work concentrates on the explanation of the relationship between public and private partners and the success factors for(More)
In this paper the authors present the results of a research project that strives to fill a literature gap in IT offshore outsourcing research by analyzing client-side managerial mechanisms for the effective knowledge transfer from client to vendor organization. 31 qualitative interviews were conducted and analyzed using the grounded theory development(More)
Appendix Research Process Table A1 depicts our research process, including the main steps as well as associated tasks and outcomes. While the table depicts a linear process, we adhered to grounded theory practice and were highly iterative in our approach. For example, the process analysis was conducted in parallel with substantive and theoretical coding.(More)
There is a worldwide trend towards global cross-cultural networks of outsourcing relationships that are enabled by the extensive use of information-and communication technology (ICT). While ICT reduces national boundaries of global collaboration, cultural differences between outsourcers and vendor firms in offshore locations pose unique management(More)
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