From boundary spanning to creolization: A study of Chinese software and services outsourcing vendors

Abstract

In achieving success in global sourcing arrangements, the role of a cultural liaison, boundary spanner or transnational intermediary is frequently highlighted as being critical. This paper critiques, builds upon and synthesizes relevant streams of ideas in relation to boundary-spanning and cross-cultural management across a number of disciplines, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsis.2013.02.002

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@article{Abbott2013FromBS, title={From boundary spanning to creolization: A study of Chinese software and services outsourcing vendors}, author={Pamela Abbott and Yingqin Zheng and Rong Du and Leslie P. Willcocks}, journal={J. Strategic Inf. Sys.}, year={2013}, volume={22}, pages={121-136} }