Consequences of outsourcing for organizational capabilities : Some experiences from best practice

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Agndal, H.; Nordin, Fredrik;
  • Publisher: Stockholm School of Economics
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1108/14635770910961353
  • Subject: Best practice; Focus groups; Modelling; Organizational effectiveness; Outsourcing | SOCIAL SCIENCES | SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP

Purpose: The research on effects of outsourcing tends to focus on financial effects and effects at a country level. These are not the only consequences of outsourcing, though. When firms outsource functions previously performed in-house, they risk losing important compe... View more
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