(2000). Creating usable innovations in systemic reform: Scaling up technology-embedded project-based science in urban schools.
James D. Herbsleb is a psychologist and computer scientist with an interest in empirical research on process and technology innovations in software engineering ; he is a Member of the Technical Staff at Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. Helen Klein is a PhD Student in Computer and Information Systems at the University of Michigan;… (More)
National cultural differences present barriers to successful coalition command and control. The challenge is compounded by distributed decision making that characterizes many operations. If we are to work effectively in coalition operations, we have to understand the complexities presented by national cultural differences. This paper reviews cultural… (More)
Wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) at Gombe National Park, Tanzania, smash open the hard-shelled fruits of Strychnos spp. on anvils of stone or woody vegetation. In this food-processing task, most of the apes show exclusive use of one hand or the other, that is, strong individual hand preferences. Such extreme laterality of manual functioning… (More)
This meta-analysis assessed how successfully Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) interventions help people with type 2 diabetes achieve and maintain healthy blood glucose levels. We included 52 DSME programs with 9,631 participants that reported post-intervention A1c levels in randomized controlled trials. The training conditions resulted in… (More)
Little research has been done on the e-business strategies of Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). Smaller firms have come under increasing pressure to implement such applications but have limited resources and often lack necessary understanding to make appropriate choices. In an effort to find an approach to aid in making effective choices, we… (More)