Selected Problems of Risk Management in Outsourcing Cooperation
AbstractOne of the basic assumptions of outsourcing contracts is the reduction of cooperation risk between the client and the service provider. It requires recognition of the types of risk inherent in the relationship between the client and service provider, the factors influencing the risk, and also the activities undertaken in order to reduce the risk concerning the achievement of results of cooperation in outsourcing. The objective of the paper is to present selected problems concerning risk management in outsourcing cooperation. Types of risk, solutions concerning risk-sharing between client and service provider are taken into consideration, as well as the ways of enabling risk reduction in cooperation between the client and service provider.
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This chapter was published in: Tomasz Malkus , , pages 531-543, 2011.
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