|Assessing EIS Benefits: A Survey of Current Practices
||In order to explore what benefits are being realized from executive information systems (EISs), the kinds of benefit/cost analyses being performed, and the factors that affect whether and how a benefit/cost analysis is conducted, mail survey data wer...
|A community considers a Family Justice Center: perspectives of stakeholders during the early phases of development
||Purpose– Family Justice Centers, or “one-stop shops” that enable domestic violence victims to access a range of services at one location, are becoming increasingly common. However, there is a limited body of research examining the outcomes and planni...
|ICT Policies in Developing Countries: An Evaluation with the Extended Design-Actuality Gaps Framework
||Information and communication technologies (ICT) are often represented as a factor in global economic growth and social development. Consequently, countries and governments invest large amounts of resources in the ICT sector. However, it is not certa...
|Impact of Culture on Knowledge Management: A Meta-Analysis and Framework
||Culture, both national and organizational, can have profound impacts on knowledge management. Yet the literature on exactly how culture impacts knowledge management is complex with no clear generalizable results. A meta-analysis was conducted on 52 a...
|Information technology issues in healthcare: Hospital CEO and CIO perspectives.
||Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) is widely regarded as a key to improving the quality of healthcare in the
United States and potentially reducing its cost. Yet, its implementation is a continuous challenge for the healthcare
industry. In thi...
|Knowledge Warehouse: An Architectural Integration of Knowledge Management, Decision Support, Artificial Intelligence and Data Warehousing
||Decision support systems (DSS) are becoming increasingly more critical to the daily operation of organizations. Data warehousing, an integral part of this, provides an infrastructure that enables businesses to extract, cleanse, and store vast amounts...
|Privacy Coping and Information-Sharing Behaviors in Social Media: A Comparison of Chinese and U.S. Users
||Although many studies examine privacy in social media settings, few studies examine privacy issues that may arise due to characteristics of user populations. This study compares privacy issues among social media users in the United States and China. ...
|Robust optimization for interactive multiobjective programming with imprecise information applied to R&D project portfolio selection
||A multiobjective binary integer programming model for R&D project portfolio selection with competing objectives is developed when problem coefficients in both objective functions and constraints are uncertain. Robust optimization is used in dealing w...
|Robust Optimization for Multiobjective Programming Problems with Imprecise Information
||A robust optimization approach is proposed for generating nondominated robust solutions for multiobjective linear programming problems with imprecise coefficients in the objective functions and constraints. Robust optimization is used in dealing with...
|A robust R&D project portfolio optimization model for pharmaceutical contract research organizations
||Pharmaceutical drug Research and Development (R&D) outsourcing to contract research organizations (CROs) has experienced a significant growth in recent decades and the trend is expected to continue. A key question for CROs and firms in similar enviro...