Explain the outsourcing barriers that an organization faces, Computer Engineering

Explain the outsourcing barriers that an organization faces.

1. Critical operations that cannot be outsourced.

2. Negative customer reaction.

3. Employee resistance.

4. Lack of effective project management.

5. Language and cultural differences

 

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