Yuanyue Feng

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Despite the prevalence of IT outsourcing, a substantial amount of contracts have been terminated. Prior research has primarily assumed that clients initiate it, overlooking the possibility of vendors doing so. Unlike clients whose reasons may stem from poor performance or other alternatives, vendors would be triggered by very different reasons. They are(More)
The lack of understanding on how to successfully deliver knowledge across boundaries in global offshoring projects, and on why the vendors cannot fully absorb the knowledge delivered from clients, is a gap in the existing literature that may account for the inefficient mechanisms used to deliver knowledge by clients and the shift of project management(More)
Online community administrators are attempting to encourage their users to contribute knowledge and resources in order to provide value to members and ensure sustainability. A large number of online communities fail mainly due to the reluctance of users to share knowledge in them. Many studies on this topic have highlighted the importance of reciprocity for(More)
The offshore outsourcing (offshoring) posits a high level of risk because of time zone difference, cultural difference and client’s need for more controls over quality and schedule, etc. Knowledge gap between clients and vendors is one of the key challenges for outsourcing success. Offshoring vendors need to continuously acquire external knowledge from(More)
We conducted a multiple case study on six IT entrepreneurial firms to examine and compare their differences. Results show that as they evolve from emergence stage to early growth stage, they encounter misalignments between venture strategies and entrepreneurial teams’ social capital configurations, prompting adjustments to achieve dynamic equilibriums.(More)
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