Microsourcing -- using information technology to create unexpected work relationships and entrepreneurial opportunities: work in progress

@inproceedings{Obal2006MicrosourcingU,
  title={Microsourcing -- using information technology to create unexpected work relationships and entrepreneurial opportunities: work in progress},
  author={Lorie Obal},
  booktitle={CPR},
  year={2006}
}
The growing phenomenon of outsourcing, both onshore and offshore, has gained a great deal of attention and enabled the formation of new, flexible business models. It is of particular interest to portable enterprises such as programming and other producers of intellectual property. Economic changes as well as shifts in traditional work models and the employee/employer relationships have created new career pressures for knowledge workers as well as potential opportunities to use these new work… CONTINUE READING
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