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Title: Book Review: Outsourcing design, process and performance
Authors: Nandakumar, M.K.
Keywords: Oursourcing
Organizational Performance
Decision Making-Outsourcing
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Abstract: This book helps readers develop a good understanding of outsourcing and its impact on performance. The main objective of the book is to develop a new perspective of outsourcing and discuss ways to control the performance of organizations based on this new perspective . The contents of this book can he divided into seven themes : (i) a critique of the extant literature relating to outsourcing (chapters 1 and 2) ; (ii) development of a new perspective to examine outsourcing (chapter 3) : (iii) the decision-making process relating to outsourcing (chapter 4) ; (iv) the relationship between outsourcing and performance (chapters 5 and 6) : (v) guidelines to practicing managers (chapter 7) ; (vi) a research agenda for outsourcing (chapter 8) : and (vii) future trends (chapter 9).
Description: Book Source: Outsourcing—Design, Process and Performance Michael J. Mol (2007 ) Cambridge, England : Cambridge University Press, 218 pp . ISBN : 978-0-521-68278- 7
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/642
ISBN: 978-0-521-68278- 7
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