Aligning drivers, contractual governance, and relationship management of IT-outsourcing initiatives

  title={Aligning drivers, contractual governance, and relationship management of IT-outsourcing initiatives},
  author={Nikolaus Obwegeser and Katrine Arenfeldt and Amalie Corty Dam and Kim Harder Fenger and Johan Silkjaer},
  journal={Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research},
  pages={40 - 66}
ABSTRACT Research has investigated information technology (IT) outsourcing from various angles and established a sound knowledge base regarding drivers, management, and success factors of IT-outsourcing initiatives. In this study, we focus on the alignment between outsourcing drivers and goals, on the one hand, and contractual and managerial aspects on the other. We develop a conceptual model of IT-outsourcing alignment to analyze a single, in-depth case of IT outsourcing in a large Nordic… 



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