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Group DSS and decision outcome measures a comparative study in distributed versus non-distributed settings by Young-Ok Fijol

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Statementby Young-Ok Fijol and Mary A. Woodbury
ContributionsWoodbury, Mary A.
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Pagination52 p.
Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL25519465M

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Ask Dan! about DSS: Most research has examined soft measures like perceived decision quality rather than objective measures. For example, Hogue and Watson () reported the most important reason managers cited for using a DSS was to obtain accurate information. The novelty of using computers has and may continue to confound analysis. DSS is a computer based information system that supports business or organizational Decision making activities. DSSs serve the management, operations, and planning levels of an organization and Author: Rajni Jain. Nonclinical Group. The nonclinical group consisted of 86 participants made up of grad-uate masters-level students (n = 78), therapists and staff (n = 9) working at a community family service agency (CFS). 1Members of this group were either part-time or full-time resi-dents from South Florida communities who ranged in age from 22 to 65, and were. DSS Effectiveness in Marketing Resource Allocation Decisions: Reality vs. Perception No DSS Group 1 Group 2. Table 2a Summary of Objective Decision Outcome Variables and Measures.

  ‘The Grange’ needs to adopt a Decision Support System (DSS). This system is used as an analytical model, for the specialization of databases within the is made so that it can help the managers with decision making, this system does not make the decision but it provides insights and judgments to manager. The common thread of articles published in Decision Support Systems is their relevance to theoretical and technical issues in the support of enhanced decision making. The areas addressed may include foundations, functionality, interfaces, implementation, impacts, and evaluation of decision support systems (DSSs). Designing and evaluating decision support systems A second problem is that the guest company prefers not to disclose what its preferred solutions are, nor what its actual solutions are. So a measure needs to be found which serves well as a performance indicator but Author: Henk G. Sol, Michael B.M. van der Ven. Marakas in (Marakas, , p.4) stated the following is a formal definition of DSS: “A decision support system is a system under the control of one or more decision makers that assists in the activity of decision making by providing an organized set of tools intended to impose structure on portions of the decision-making situation and to.

Background: Decision support (i.e., alerts and reminders) at the time of medication prescribing has been shown to be an effective method for reducing potential medication errors for inpatients, but much less is known about the effects in the outpatient setting. Using qualitative methods to inform our work, medication safety decision support and provider education interventions were designed to Cited by: 8. Classifying a test record is straightforward once a decision tree has been constructed. Starting from the root node, we apply the test condition to the record and follow the appropriate branch based on the outcome of the test. This will lead us either to another internal node, for which anew test condition is applied, or to a leaf Size: KB. Cited DSS Article Abstracts 3. Desanctis, G., and R. B. Gallupe, "A foundation for the study of group decision support systems" Abstract "Technical developments in electronic communication, computing, and decision support, coupled with new interest on the part of organizations to improve meeting effectiveness, are spurring research in the area of group decision support systems (GDSS). The Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) is a multi-purpose tool developed for children’s services to support decision making, including level of care and service planning, to facilitate quality improvement initiatives, and to allow for the monitoring of outcomes of services.