Outsourcing decisions

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  • Managing Successful IT Outsourcing Relationships is a comprehensive guide on all the aspects of IT outsourcing, and is highly recommended for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and consultants alike. This book uses well-known theoretical perspectives and experiences learned from several business cases to develop models and guidelines for the complex IT outsourcing process and emerging relationships.

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  • After studying this chapter you will be able to: Identify the characteristics of relevant information; distinguish between unit-level, batch-level, product-level, and facility-level costs and understand how these costs affect decision making; make appropriate special order decisions; make appropriate outsourcing decisions; make appropriate segment elimination decisions; make appropriate asset replacement decisions.

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  • While most of the topics covered here apply to almost any outsourcing situation, this book is written primarily for technology professionals; it specifically caters to those working in small- to medium-size companies or in the technology trenches of large organizations. If startups or small- to medium-size companies are your world, you most likely need outside help either to grow your firm quickly or to get a product off the ground fast, or just to add the short-term or specialist expertise you need at a critical juncture.

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  • Chapter 19 - Information for tactical decisions . This chapter presents the following content: The management accountant’s role in decision making, characteristics of relevant information, accept or reject a special order, make or buy a product, outsourcing decisions, add or delete a product or department, joint products: sell or process further,...

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  • Chapter 4 - Short-term decision making. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the differences among product, nonproduct, unit-related, batch-related, product-sustaining, and facility-sustaining costs; explain the purpose of, and perform, cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis; define and analyze a short-term special order decision; explain and analyze a short-term outsourcing decision; discuss and analyze a short-term product mix decision.

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  • Chapter 19 - Outsourcing in the 21st century. The goals of this chapter are: Describe the advantages and disadvantages of insourcing, outsourcing, and offshore outsourcing; describe why outsourcing is a critical business decision.

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  • In section 2 we gave a review of the general outsourcing literature along with examples from the furniture industry. In this section we will provide a description of the simulation model that is developed to illustrate the supply chain structure of a typical furniture manufacturer in Mississippi. The simulation model allows managers of furniture companies to estimate the impact of various decisions related to outsourcing on the performance of the supply chain. The model is used to perform “what-if” analyses.

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  • Like many businesses, hedge funds have to make difficult decisions about which tasks they should perform in-house and which they should outsource. Third-party service providers are available to do nearly all of a fund’s activities outside of making investment decisions. Our observation is that funds typically prefer to do as much of their work in-house as is possible. As a result, they tend to build up significant fixed costs. Some hedge funds are concerned that reliance on a third-party will increase risk or lead to an opera- tional or compliance failure.

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  • Product outsourcing is recognized as a way to gain flexibility for competitive advantage (Nembhard et al. 2003). A financial model to assess the option value of product outsourcing is developed in this article. Decision makers can use this valuation methodology to choose the appropriate outsourcing strategy, which is demonstrated by an example from apparel manufacturing industry. A Monte Carlo simulation model was conducted to show the long-term value of outsourcing under dynamic market conditions. Nembhard et al.

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  • Chapter 15 - Global production, outsourcing, and logistics. Explain why production and logistics decisions are of central importance to many multinational businesses. Explain how country differences, production technology, and product features all affect the choice of where to locate production activities;...

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