Definition: Transition Management is the process of effectively managing the transition of certain things from one position/place/phase to another.
In outsourcing, typically processes (services) and employees need to be transitioned from the client to the vendor. Depending on the outsourcing contract, the client may want to outsource certain processes to another country. In any case, such transition of processes has to be handled carefully and it should be ensured that knowledge transfer is done effectively, because the processes will be handled by the outsourcing vendor (the insourcing company) in the future.
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