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Outsourcing Management Information Systems

Release Date: September, 2006. Copyright © 2007. 404 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-195-7, ISBN13: 9781599041957, ISBN10: 1599041952, EISBN13: 9781599041971
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Schniederjans, Ashlyn, Dara Schniederjans, and Marc Schniederjans. "Outsourcing Management Information Systems." IGI Global, 2007. 1-404. Web. 2 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-195-7

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Schniederjans, A., Schniederjans, D., & Schniederjans, M. (2007). Outsourcing Management Information Systems (pp. 1-404). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-195-7

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Schniederjans, Ashlyn, Dara Schniederjans, and Marc Schniederjans. "Outsourcing Management Information Systems." 1-404 (2007), accessed October 02, 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-195-7

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Description

Outsourcing is currently one of the hottest topics in business practices and in particular in the field of management information systems (MIS) education. Outsourcing Management Information Systems focuses on concepts, processes, and methodologies for firms who are planning to undertake, or are currently involved in, outsourcing decisions in the field of management information systems.

Outsourcing Management Information Systems helps MIS managers to manage outsourcing projects by establishing performance metrics, including: appropriate risk factor considerations, structuring a centralized architecture that best suits the organization, and avoiding the case study pitfalls reported in the literature.

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Table of Contents and List of Contributors

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Ashlyn M. Schniederjans, Dara G. Schniederjans
Most business organizations have recognized the importance of outsourcing information systems and related business processes. As the industry of... Sample PDF
Conceptual Evolution of Business Organizations into Outsourcing-Insourcing Alliance Networks
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Chapter 2
Donald A. Carpenter, Vijay K. Agrawal
This chapter presents an overview of the outsourcing phenomenon, focusing on the question of why, when, and what to outsource. It provides an... Sample PDF
Why, When, and What to Outsource
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Chapter 3
Vijay K. Agrawal, Donald A. Carpenter
This chapter presents an overview of the pertinent aspects of planning for the outsourcing of information systems projects. The first major section... Sample PDF
Planning for Information Systems Outsourcing
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Chapter 4
Jeanette Nasem Morgan
This chapter lays out a set of steps for organizations to traverse in considering and crafting an outsourcing strategy for the firm. Outsourcing in... Sample PDF
Strategic and Tactical Planning of Outsourcing in MIS
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Chapter 5
Jeanette Nasem Morgan
This chapter presents the tactics and metrics an organization applies after having made a decision to use outsource providers. Tactics are used to... Sample PDF
Establishing Performance Metrics for Managing the Outsourced MIS Project
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Chapter 6
Anthony Briggs, Eric Walden, James J. Hoffman
n this chapter a model is developed that describes four forces that move organizations toward centralized IT contract management. Specifically, the... Sample PDF
The Case for Centralized IT Contract Management: A Four Force Model
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Chapter 7
Jeanette Nasem Morgan
This chapter commences with a discussion of corporate and government decision-making processes and the management sciences that support development... Sample PDF
Decision-Making Methods in MIS Outsourcing: Case Studies of Successes and Failures
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Chapter 8
Kathryn M. Zuckweiler
This chapter presents a process map of information systems outsourcing decisions and factors which influence the outcome of the outsourcing project... Sample PDF
Lessons Learned from Successes and Failures in Information Systems Outsourcing
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Chapter 9
Rafael Lapiedra, Joaquin Alegre, Richardo Chiva, Steve Smithson
Outsourcing decisions in information technology (IT) research has yielded contradictory findings and recommendations. However, companies are... Sample PDF
Information System Outsourcin Decision: Case Study on the Automotive Industry
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Chapter 10
James J. Hoffman, Eric Walden, Mark L. Hoelscher
The current chapter explores the role that one factor, social capital, may have on the success of IT outsourcing. It extends current understanding... Sample PDF
Outsourcing Information Technology: The Role of Social Capital
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Chapter 11
Masaaki Kotabe, Janet Y. Murray, Maneesh Chandra
The traditional “make-or-buy” decision has been widely studied in the context of the theory of the firm and vertical integration. One of the most... Sample PDF
Outsourcing of Services by Service Firms: An Empirical Investigation
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Chapter 12
Julie E. Kendall, Kenneth E. Kendall
Many firms outsource creation of program code for management information systems, but not all experiences are successful. Although some researchers... Sample PDF
Outsourcing and Information Systems Development: How Complementary Corporate Cultures Minimize Risks of Outsourced Systems and Projects
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Chapter 13
Leonardo Legorreta, Rajneesh Goyal
Outsourcing is one of the most talked about and widely debated topics. Over the past few years, firms have been outsourcing their IT operations at... Sample PDF
Managing Risks of IT Outsourcing
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Chapter 14
Merrill Warkentin, April M. Adams
This chapter provides a framework for evaluating and mitigating the risks associated with IT outsourcing projects. Outsourcing projects have been... Sample PDF
A Framework for Evaluating Outsourcing Risk
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Chapter 15
James J. Hoffman, Eric Walden, Francisco Delgadillo, Ronald Bremer
A critical concern for firms that decide to outsource their information technology (IT) functions (or other operational functions for that matter)... Sample PDF
A Goal Programming Model for Evaluating Outsourcing Partners on a Global Scale
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Chapter 16
Qing Cao, Karyl B. Leggio
This chapter will stress MIS’ strides in R&D outsourcing, and it will also detail the risks and uncertainty associated with the process of... Sample PDF
Real Option Appraisal in R & D Outsourcing
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Chapter 17
Qing Cao, David N. Ford, Karyl B. Leggio
This chapter is a companion chapter to Chapter XVI, Real Option Appraisal in R&D Outsourcing. We provide two real-world case studies of the... Sample PDF
The Application of Real Options to the R & D Outsourcing Decision
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Chapter 18
N. K. Kwak, Chang Won Lee
An appropriate outsourcing and supply-chain planning strategy needs to be based on compromise and more objective decision-making procedures.... Sample PDF
An Application of Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Model for Strategic Outsourcing for Effective Supply-Chain Linkages
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Chapter 19
Eric Walden, Param Vir Singh
This chapter seeks to evaluate the dominant IT outsourcing contracts model (pay-later) as compared to an alternative model (pay-now) in light of... Sample PDF
Is the Business Model Broken? A Model of the Difference Between Now and Pay-Later Contracts in IT Outsourcing
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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Ashlyn M. Schniederjans has previously worked for the US Chamber of Commerce and Morgan Stanley. She is currently working on a degree in Economics at Johns Hopkins University. In 2002 she received the Woodrow Wilson Research Fellowship grant to do research on decision making. In 2004 she co-authored the textbook, Information Technology Investment: Decision Making Methodology and in 2005 she co-authored the textbook, Outsourcing and Insourcing in an International Context. She has also contributed research article chapters to other decision making readings books.
Dara G. Schniederjans is currently a student at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. In 2005 she co-authored the textbook, Outsourcing and Insourcing in an International Context. She has also co-authored chapters in other reading books such as Advances in Mathematical Programming and Financial Planning and Applications in Management Science.
Marc J. Schniederjans is the C. Wheaton Battey Distinguished Professor of Business in the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He received his PhD and MBA degrees from Saint Louis University. He teaches classes in operations management, decision sciences, and management information systems. He also teaches in the College's partnership MBA program at Offutt Air Force Base. Dr. Schniederjans has won several distinguished teaching awards and has co-edited, authored or co-authored 15 books in the field of management and has published more than 90 journal articles.