Les risques d’externalisation : proposition d’une nouvelle typologie

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https://doi.org/10.53102/2011.30.01.806

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Externalisation, Risques, Typologie de risques

Résumé

L'externalisation est une démarche stratégique à moyen terme pour l'entreprise. Il convient donc d'analyser les risques qui en découlent. A cet effet, ce papier aura pour vocation de dénicher les risques générés par l'adoption des stratégies d'externalisation afin de ravitailler la littérature spécialisée d'une nouvelle typologie de risques d'externalisation.

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01-03-2011

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Bellaaj, S., El Mhamedi, A., Kermad, L., & Boujelbene, Y. (2011). Les risques d’externalisation : proposition d’une nouvelle typologie. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 30(1), 21–38. https://doi.org/10.53102/2011.30.01.806

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