2020 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
His primary areas of study are Outsourcing, Knowledge management, Knowledge process outsourcing, Information technology and Marketing. Mary C. Lacity has researched Outsourcing in several fields, including Vendor and Public relations. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Strategic information system, Information system, Management information systems and Offshore outsourcing.
His research in Knowledge process outsourcing intersects with topics in Operations management, Offshoring, Management, Risk management and Process management. His Offshoring study incorporates themes from Back office, Research program, Best practice and International business. His studies in Information technology integrate themes in fields like Business process and Organizational economics.
Mary C. Lacity mostly deals with Outsourcing, Knowledge management, Knowledge process outsourcing, Marketing and Information technology. His Outsourcing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Industrial organization, Information system and Public relations. His Information system study combines topics in areas such as Action research, Insourcing and Positivism.
His research integrates issues of Business process, Strategic information system, Management information systems, Strategic sourcing and Empirical research in his study of Knowledge management. His Knowledge process outsourcing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Operations management, Business administration, Intellectual capital, Back office and Process management. His Information technology research incorporates elements of Business model, Corporate governance, Globalization and Vendor.
Mary C. Lacity mainly focuses on Process management, Process automation system, Engineering management, Knowledge management and Service provider. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Knowledge process outsourcing, Empirical research, Strategic sourcing and Entrepreneurship. His study in Empirical research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business process outsourcing, Information technology outsourcing and Vendor.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Business case, Workforce, Information technology and Conceptual framework in addition to Service provider. His Human resources study typically links adjacent topics like Outsourcing. He does research in Outsourcing, focusing on Offshoring specifically.
Mary C. Lacity spends much of his time researching Process management, Process automation system, Key, Engineering management and Business case. He interconnects Business process, Knowledge management, Management information systems and Service, Service automation in the investigation of issues within Process management. His Process automation system research includes elements of Standardization, Multinational corporation, Finance and Phase.
The Key study combines topics in areas such as Corporate governance and Blockchain. Mary C. Lacity combines subjects such as Conflict resolution, Human resources, Marketing, Service and Service provider with his study of Business case. His work deals with themes such as Information technology, Procurement, Outsourcing, Back office and Change management, which intersect with Service provider.
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An empirical investigation of information technology sourcing practices: lessons from experience
Mary C. Lacity;Leslie P. Willcocks.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (1998)
Information systems outsourcing : myths, metaphors, and realities
Mary Celia Lacity;Rudy A. Hirschheim.
A review of the predictors, linkages, and biases in IT innovation adoption research
Anand Jeyaraj;Joseph W Rottman;Mary C Lacity.
Journal of Information Technology (2006)
The Value of Selective IT Sourcing
Mary C. Lacity;L. P. Willcocks;David Feeny.
Sloan Management Review (1996)
A review of the IT outsourcing literature: Insights for practice
Mary C. Lacity;Shaji A. Khan;Leslie P. Willcocks.
Journal of Strategic Information Systems (2009)
Global Information Technology Outsourcing: In Search of Business Advantage
Mary Cecelia Lacity;Leslie Willcocks.
A Review of the it Outsourcing Empirical Literature and Future Research Directions
Mary C. Lacity;Shaji A. Khan;Aihua Yan;Leslie P. Willcocks.
Journal of Information Technology (2010)
Beyond The Information Systems Outsourcing Bandwagon: The Insourcing Response
Mary Cecelia Lacity;Rudy Hirschheim.
Understanding qualitative data: a framework of text analysis methods
Mary C. Lacity;Marius A. Janson.
Journal of Management Information Systems (1994)
The myths and realities of information technology insourcing
Rudy Hirschheim;Mary Lacity.
Communications of The ACM (2000)
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