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Group decision making methods such as Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) have been developed extensively, but their organizational use for group decision making has been difficult. According to Arrow's Impossibility Theorem, one possible reason is that a group decision outcome could never satisfy every decision maker's individual preference. This paper(More)
(2008) Knowledge discovery for adaptive negotiation agents in e-marketplaces. Abstract With the increasing popularity of e-marketplaces for B2C and B2B e-commerce, intelligent software agents are promising in improving the effectiveness of these markets by autonomously searching for products and negotiating contracts on behalf of the human decision makers.(More)
Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) and technology-based collaborative learning have been separate streams of research; we decided to examine how they jointly affected peer motivational factors influencing intention to learn. As a hedonic IS, MMOG is a unique type of electronic game: ''MMOGs are highly graphical 2-or 3-D videogames played online,(More)
Although many researchers and practitioners have discussed different aspects of outsourcing in the past, there have been only a handful of papers that grapple these complex issues from a broad perspective. The main purpose of this study is to lay an integrative groundwork for the understanding of outsourcing, including its key research areas, its evolution,(More)