Managing Information Technology Outsourcing 3rd Edition
Managing Information Technology Outsourcing:
For decades, outsourcing has been a major international phenomenon in business. The areas of Technology, Information Technology and Management represent a unique case for outsourcing both in terms of benefits and potential interorganisational problems.
This fully updated text has been brought up to date with this new landscape, including discussion of Robotic Process Automation, Internet of Things, cloud computing, low code and DevOps and agile. With a range of new global case studies in manufacturing, logistics, chemical industry and cloud services, this textbook offers a strong grounding in real-world industrial experience that effectively combines theory with practice. Uniquely, this book focuses on both sides of the outsourcing relationship, providing a balanced exploration of the ways in which these partnerships can be managed successfully.
Accessible and cutting-edge, the third edition of Managing Information Technology Outsourcing provides an in-depth, practical perspective on this important and far-reaching challenge in information technology management. It is an ideal text for students, academics and practitioners alike.
∗ Print ISBN: 1032122536, 978-1032122533, 9781032122533
∗ eText ISBN: 1000469727, 978-1000469721, 9781000469721
Table of Contents
- Half Title
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Table of Contents
- 1 Market trends in Information Technology outsourcing
- 2 Theoretical foundation
- 3 Changing business models
- 4 IT strategy and IT outsourcing
- 5 IT services: demand and supply
- 6 Information Technology innovation and outsourcing
- 7 Transitions and contracts
- 8 Governance of IT outsourcing
- 9 Governance factors
- 10 Contracting and managing agile software development and DevOps
- 11 Compliance
- 12 Looking forward
Erik Beulen is Professor of Information Management at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and Academic Director of the Executive MSc in Information Management at TIAS Business School, the Netherlands.
Pieter M. Ribbers is Emeritus Professor at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and was Chair of Information Management at their School of Economics and Management.