The Gestalt of an information technology outsourcing relationship: an exploratory analysis

@inproceedings{Kern1997TheGO,
  title={The Gestalt of an information technology outsourcing relationship: an exploratory analysis},
  author={T. Kern},
  booktitle={ICIS '97},
  year={1997}
}
Recent market indicators point once again towards a substantial growth of Information Technology (IT) outsourcing in the developed economies. Outsourcing has now become a major option considered for handling some or most of an organization’s information systems and technology requirements. The growing concern however, of organizations either evaluating or actively involved in IT outsourcing, is the management and ensuing development of what many researchers in the literature have coined the… CONTINUE READING

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