2020 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Her work blends Outsourcing and Information technology consulting studies together. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Marketing and Information technology management. Information technology management is closely attributed to Information technology consulting in her research. While working on this project, Mary C. Lacity studies both Information technology and Business administration. In her works, Mary C. Lacity undertakes multidisciplinary study on Business administration and Law. Many of her studies on Law apply to Outsourcing as well. Her research links Information technology with Operating system. Mary C. Lacity combines Multimedia and World Wide Web in her research. She undertakes multidisciplinary studies into World Wide Web and Multimedia in her work.
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A review of the predictors, linkages, and biases in IT innovation adoption research
Anand Jeyaraj;Joseph W Rottman;Mary C Lacity.
An empirical investigation of information technology sourcing practices: lessons from experience
Mary C. Lacity;Leslie P. Willcocks.
Information systems outsourcing : myths, metaphors, and realities
Mary Celia Lacity;Rudy A. Hirschheim.
The Value of Selective IT Sourcing
Mary C. Lacity;L. P. Willcocks;David Feeny.
A review of the IT outsourcing literature: Insights for practice
Mary C. Lacity;Shaji A. Khan;Leslie P. Willcocks.
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.
Understanding qualitative data: a framework of text analysis methods
Mary C. Lacity;Marius A. Janson.
Beyond The Information Systems Outsourcing Bandwagon: The Insourcing Response
Mary Cecelia Lacity;Rudy Hirschheim.
The myths and realities of information technology insourcing
Rudy Hirschheim;Mary Lacity.
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