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by Steven M. Bragg

eBook Outsourcing: A Guide to ... Selecting the Correct Business Unit ... Negotiating the Contract ... Maintaining Control of the Process epub
  • ISBN: 0471676268
  • Author: Steven M. Bragg
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (February 3, 2006)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • ePUB size: 1705 kb
  • FB2 size 1540 kb
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"As companies in growing numbers look to outsource functions notrelated to their core competencies, Bragg's work provides anexcellent road map. Demonstrating a firm grasp of the topic, heintelligently walks the reader through the maze, analyzing allaspects of the process (including whether the function should orshould not be outsourced). This is a must-read for both novices andveterans alike." --Mary S. Schaeffer Editorial Director and Publisher AccountsPayable Now & Tomorrow"Steve Bragg's Outsourcing gives business decision-makers theinsights needed to make the case for or against outsourcing. Thefirst half provides a thorough discussion of all aspects, includingevaluating risks and rewards, selecting, contracting, andterminating. The second half provides in-depth analysis of tendifferent types of outsourcing services, including janitorial,customer service, and accounting. This book provides practicaladvice that will benefit everyone regardless of the extent of theirprior experience."--Dr. Will Yancey, PHD, CPA Independent Consultant"Once again, Steve Bragg has compiled a comprehensive, well-writtenbook that will yield an excellent return on time invested byreaders. This is a must-have guide in outsourcing for any manager,whether newly exposed or an expert. I came away with some greatideas from the book!"--James A. Bologa Executive Vice President and CFO DaticonInc."Use of carefully considered outsourcing can be a criticalcomponent of any corporate strategy. In Outsourcing, Steve Bragghas given an excellent overview of why and when outsourcing shouldbe considered, some precautionary thoughts, and specifics of how tosuccessfully implement and manage any outsourced functions. He hascreated an excellent guide to the use of outsourcing as a means toenhance corporate success in today's challenging businessclimate."--Richard V. Souders President and CEO Premier Data Services
Comments: (6)
Hadadel
This is a great book to understand Outsourcing, why you need it, when you need it and how to do it successfully. The book guides you through;
(1) The Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing. (The basic rationale of the decision) (2) Contract-specific issues. (Legal, strategic impact, etc) (3) Transition issues. (Employment contracts, timelines, personnel) (4) Creating Control Points. (So you know what's going on) (5) Measuring the outsourced function. (Milestone events and performance tracking) (6) Managing the outsourced function. (Show optimal management type for every function) (7) Potential customer service issues. (Also applies to Internal Customers, the employees) (8) Getting out of the outsourcing arrangement. (You need to put it in the contract)
Interestingly enough, every function can be outsourced, either partially or completely. (Yes, even YOUR job!). Take a proactive approach. Buy the book, absorb the knowledge and be part of the solution rather than the problem. In addition to being an excellent author, Mr. Bragg "walks the talk". He's not an academician telling us how things could be but rather an experienced professional who understands how things work in the real world. A rare talent. You need this book. Rated A+++
Nilasida
This book is the most complete and organized book written on outsourcing to date. While other books of the same topic focus specifically on one job function, Steven Bragg expertly discusses the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing for each business unit, from Accounting to Engineering to IT, and so on. Whether you're a General Manager, CFO, CIO, or a Materials Manager, no other text can substitute for the wealth of knowledge found this book. Bragg also provides the reader with an excellent analysis of detailed legal and contractual issues for each department. Every manager responsible for making an outsourcing decision must keep this book by his or her side!
Lli
They can say its a new edition or its been updated, but the fact is that this particular outsourcing book is best borrowed.

We researched many books on the subject and this one has been around for awhile. Its basically one chapter reproduced several times for different departments but the insight is far from ground breaking. I advise you look at the current leaders in outsourcing book sales and get some newer information and innovative ideas.

On a positive note, if you have never had any exposure to outsourcing before, this book may meet your needs.
SadLendy
Outsourcing has proven to be a very effective guide and reference tool. We use a variety of reference materials and publications, and this is the most complete work on outsourcing in our Library. Thorough coverage on reasons to outsource, potential pitfalls, and management strategies makes this book invaluable. A useful tool for both decision makers and advisors.
Diredefender
Bragg changes the service line name but the content stays the same in chapter after chapter. I recommend you look very carefully at this book before you spend the money. Over half the book is the same information with small changes, chapter by chapter. More current info is available on the internet.
Ishnsius
Absolutely worthless book. An attempt to make a guide for all possible outsourcing situations -and as a result it gives few ideas and nothing really useful.
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