This unique comprehensive collection presents the latest multi-disciplinary research in strategic digital outsourcing and digital business strategy, providing a management decision-making framework for successful long-term relationships and collaboration based on trust and governance.
In a fiercely competitive market, companies must transform their business models and embrace new approaches. This Companion provides a comprehensive management overview of strategic digital outsourcing and is an invaluable resource for researchers and advanced students in business and strategic information management, as well as a timely resource for systems professionals.
As Outsourcing continues to evolve to a strategic imperative in this hyper-connected digital world, these authors, all recognized thought leaders in the space, continue to provide objective commentaries and insightful guidelines. Mary Lacity, International Association of Outsourcing Professionals Hall of Fame Inductee, Walton Professor and Director of the Blockchain Center of Excellence, University of Arkansas
Part One: Innovation in Business Models and digital outsourcing
Chapter 1. Strategic Sourcing in Turbulent Times: The Impact of Trust and Partnership: Robert J. Benson and Pieter M. Ribbers
Chapter 2. Influence of New Business Models and Technology on Technology Strategy and Partnerships: Christopher P. Holland
Chapter 3. Enterprise Architecture: Marlies van Steenbergen
Chapter 4. Agile and DevOps in the Context of Enterprise Architecture & IT Architecture: Bill Schiano
Chapter 5. Supply Chain Coordination and Integration: Jos van Hillegersberg1 and Dissa R. Chandra
Chapter 6. Offshore Outsourcing: Prof. Hans Solli-Sæther and Prof. Petter Gottschalk
Chapter 7. Impact Sourcing (Socially Responsible Outsourcing): Prof. Ron Babin and Prof. Brian Nicholson
Chapter 8. Samurais and Ninjas: Ambidexterity @ AXA Konzern AG: Antje Susanne Koch¹, Pieter Ribbers¹ and Anne-Francoise Rutkowski¹
Chapter 9. Can outsourcing improve competitive advantage in direct retail banking?: Julia Kotlarsky and Jan Teckemeyer
Part Two: Interorganizational relations and transfer
Chapter 10. Governing and Orchestrating Relationships in Outsourcing with Multiple Vendors: Albert Plugge and Marijn Janssen
Chapter 11. Knowledge Transfer in the Transition Phase: Review of the Literature and Implications for Digital Business Strategy and Agility: Oliver Krancher and Rued Langgaards
Chapter 12. Tackling the Challenge of Transition Thases with KAIWA: How to Steer the Critical Success Factors of Human Interaction: Dr. Erik Wende and André Mertel
Chapter 13. Parties, Partners and the Law. Some Contractual and Compliance Issues in Digital Outsourcing: Prof.dr. Kees (C.) Stuurman
Part Three From on-site-to cloud
Chapter 14. Welcome Mission Critical Cloud: Arjan Eriks
Chapter 15. Gravitation of SaaS-Centric Cloud Platforms: André Halckenhaeusser, Armin Heinzl and Kai Spohrer
Chapter 16. Governing Cloud Computing Services: Mathew Mertens, , Steven De Haes
and Tim Huygh
Chapter 17. When the Cloud Runs Out of its Silver Lining: Kiron Ravindran , Juan Manuel Gonzalez Muñoz, and Alex van den Bergh
Part Four: Developments to come
Chapter 18. Blockchain and other distributed ledgers: Prof. dr. Eddy H.J. Vaassen
Chapter 19. Internet of Things: Marcel Baron
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