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  • Author:
    Jacob Pyndt,Torben Pedersen
  • ISBN:
    8763001691
  • ISBN13:
    978-8763001694
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    Copenhagen Business School Press (January 1, 2006)
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    208 pages
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Jacob Pyndt and Torben Pedersen Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006, 208 pages. This book provides a vibrant depiction of actual offshoring practices. The authors put forth eight cases in rich detail.

Jacob Pyndt and Torben Pedersen Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006, 208 pages. In addition to eight chapters each devoted to an offshoring event at a Danish company, the text includes opening and closing remarks. The introductory chapter provides a strong summary of the phenomenon in general and the context in particular

This book addresses the challenges associated with managing global offshoring strategies. Offshoring and offshore outsourcing are hardly new phenomena.

This book addresses the challenges associated with managing global offshoring strategies. What is new is that information technology creates new opportunities for geographically dispersed business activities and enables the fragmentation of the value chain for "traditional" production and service companies. The pace of offshoring is likely to gain further momentum. The authors' intention in this book is to "put a face" on some Danish companies as they contemplate and engage in offshoring projects.

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item 4 MANAGING GLOBAL OFFSHORING STR: A Case Approach, Pyndt, Jacob & Pedersen, Torben . Addressing the challenges associated with managing global offshoring strategies, this book aims to put a face on some Danish companies as they engage in offshoring projects.

item 4 MANAGING GLOBAL OFFSHORING STR: A Case Approach, Pyndt, Jacob & Pedersen, Torben -MANAGING GLOBAL OFFSHORING STR: A Case Approach, Pyndt, Jacob & Pedersen, Torben. It is aimed at bachelor, master and MBA students taking courses on global strategy. It is also useful in conjunction with a set of articles on global strategy issues.

Beyond BRIC: offshoring in non-BRIC countries: Egypt a new growth market: an LSE Outsourcing Unit report January 2009. London, UK: London School of Economics and Political Science. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time. Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern.

Pyndt, Jacob, Pedersen, Torben.

A Dynamic Perspective on NextGeneration Offshoring: The Global Sourcing of Science and Engineering Skills. Academy of Management Perspectives, 22(3): 35-54.

offshoring strategies – a case approach jacob pyndt. Although ship owners were not the primary customers, their importance could not be neglected as they operated the engines following the purchase. Publication Date: Jan 1, 2003.

Managing Global Offshoring Strategies: A Case Approach," Journal of International Business Studies, Palgrave Macmillan;Academy of International Business, vol. 38(1), pages 206-210, January. Handle: RePEc:pal:jintbs:v:38:y:2007:i:1:p:206-210.

Global Outsourcing and Offshoring is a systematic and comprehensive volume on an increasingly important .

Global Outsourcing and Offshoring is a systematic and comprehensive volume on an increasingly important phenomenon. The contributors to this book explore how globalization has created the conditions for offshoring, which is found to be both efficient for firms and also welfare increasing for societies in both advanced and developing countries. The theoretical logic of the book is that the fine slicing of the value chain of the company provides the backbone for analysis of offshoring.

"This book addresses the challenges associated with managing global offshoring strategies. Offshoring and offshore outsourcing are hardly new phenomena. What is new is that information technology creates new opportunities for geographically dispersed business activities and enables the fragmentation of the value chain for ""traditional"" production and service companies. The pace of offshoring is likely to gain further momentum. The authors' intention in this book is to ""put a face"" on some Danish companies as they contemplate and engage in offshoring projects. When selecting the cases, the authors chose a diverse set that exemplifies the complicated range of challenges that companies face when they migrate products or services. All of the cases were developed on the basis of in-depth field research and close collaboration with the respective company managers. The book targets bachelor, master and MBA students taking courses on global strategy. It can be used in conjunction with a set of readings and articles on global strategy issues. Although the book is meant to serve as teaching material, the authors hope that business professionals also find inspiration and interesting insights applicable to their own organizations as they search for global offshoring opportunities."