Critical Success Factors for Outsourcing Strategy Implementation: Iran Automotive Industry
Keywords:Outsourcing, Critical Success Factors, Automotive Industry.
This paper investigates critical success factors affecting successful outsourcing strategy implementation within Iran automotive industry. The sample have been selected from managers and technicians of two main Iranian auto-makers (IRANKHODRO and SAIPA) and structural equation modeling (SEM) was employed for testing significance of the modelâ€™s relationships. The results indicate that Trust, Transaction Cost, Technology and Supplied Product Quality are among critical success factors that affects outsourcing success.
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