Leslie P. Willcocks
London School of Economics and Political Science
Knowledge process outsourcingInformation technologyEngineeringInformation managementSociologyBusinessMarketingInformation systemManagementProcess managementOperations managementManagement information systemsOffshoringPublic relationsIndustrial organizationComputer scienceOutsourcingKnowledge managementCloud computingBusiness process
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#1Leslie P. Willcocks (LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science)H-Index: 67
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#1Leslie P. Willcocks (LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science)H-Index: 67
Robotics and the automation of knowledge work, often referred to as AI (artificial intelligence), are presented in the media as likely to have massive impacts, for better or worse, on jobs skills, ...
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#1Leslie P. WillcocksH-Index: 67
#1Leslie P. WillcocksH-Index: 67
#1Leslie P. WillcocksH-Index: 67
#1Leslie P. WillcocksH-Index: 67
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The technology says fast forward, but the organisation says it’s going to take a lot longer than you think, write Leslie Willcocks and Andrew Craig
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Multi-sourcing arrangements are a major trend in the contemporary outsourcing landscape, but our understanding of what makes these complex ventures effective remains relatively fragmented. Our study focuses on the multi-sourcing and opportunistic behavior of service providers, and in particular a relatively neglected but major driver of opportunistic behavior, namely the uncertainty surrounding the transaction. Developing an extended transaction cost economics perspective, our investigation focu...
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#1Daniel Gozman (University of Reading)H-Index: 5
#2Leslie P. Willcocks (LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science)H-Index: 67
Abstract The pervasive adoption of outsourcing and Cloud technologies proceeds apace, but the challenges and risks inherent in Cloud arrangements are causing concern amongst regulators globally. How well prepared are financial services multinationals for regulatory compliance? Cloud based Fintech companies are disrupting traditional banking models, signaling that highly regulated firms must adopt Cloud technologies. The paper focuses on understanding specific risks in relation to Cloud adoption,...
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