The role of leadership decision styles on the use and effectiveness of Information Systems

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Decision-making is an outcome of mental cognitive processes that lead to the selection of a course of action among several alternatives (Reason, 1990). Given this definition, do the dynamics of decision-making in a group between leader and members affect how well that group uses Information Systems (IS) for achieving group goals? That is, how do a group’s… (More)
DOI: 10.1504/IJISCM.2008.019286

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@article{Nakayama2008TheRO, title={The role of leadership decision styles on the use and effectiveness of Information Systems}, author={Makoto Nakayama and Norma G. Sutcliffe}, journal={IJISCM}, year={2008}, volume={3}, pages={3-15} }