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Error Measures for Generalizing About Forecasting Methods: Empirical Comparisons
How effective are neural networks at forecasting and prediction? A review and evaluation
Evaluating research in this area has been difficult, due to lack of clear criteria, so eleven guidelines that could be used in evaluating this literature are identified and used.
Managing as Designing
The premise of this book is that managers should act not only as decision makers, but also as designers. In a series of essays from a multitude of disciplines, the authors develop a theory of the…
Competitor Orientation: Effects of Objectives and Information on Managerial Decisions and Profitability
Managers are often advised, “beat your competitors,” which sometimes contrasts with the advice, “do the best for your firm.” This may lead managers to focus on comparative measures such as market…
Design Matters for Management
Rule-Based Forecasting: Development and Validation of an Expert Systems Approach to Combining Time Series Extrapolations
Rule-based forecasting was more accurate than equal-weights combining in situations involving significant trends, low uncertainty, stability, and good domain expertise.
Managing as Designing: Lessons for Organization Leaders from the Design Practice of Frank O. Gehry
In the summer of 2002, our school moved into its new home, the Peter B. Lewis Building, designed by Frank O. Gehry. (Figure 1) We are faculty members at the Weatherhead School who have become…
A Theory of Tailorable Technology Design
This research contributes to the clarification of the role of theory in design science, expands the concept of "possibilities for action" to IS design, and proposes a design theory of a class of information systems for testing and refinement.
Biases in retrospective self-reports of time use: an empirical study of computer users
- F. Collopy
- 1 May 1996
Research on information systems IS use has often relied upon retrospective self-reports. One example is when the amount of time spent using a system is reported, often as an indication of user…