Oshri, Ilan
April 2010
Supply Management;4/1/2010, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p20
The article outlines a method to effective outsourcing management. The seven lessons on how to achieve better results from outsourcing are discussed, including figuring the context of the outsourcing activity, planning the outsourcing strategy, having a benchmark, realising value over time, training the chief information officer (CIO) to become a strategist, building the retained organisation, and making investments in outsourcing learning capabilities.


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