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Metadata-Based Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative Information Resources Approaching Knowledge Management

Bodo Rieger, Anja Kleber, Eitel von Maur
2000 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper presents a concept for the integration of quantitative and qualitative information sources with their accompanying management support functionalities from navigation and retrieval up to analysis  ...  The concept is being developed and successfully tested in the practical environment of a reference project for the implementation of an IT-infrastructure to support decentralized decision-making at a German  ...  A similiar problem already exists for components of the quantitative database, not so much for individual but rather for organizational reasons.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/RiegerKM00 fatcat:dxtsb4h5gnesldu6sw6yi5qnaq

Investigate knowledge management technology implementation for supporting decision making in Ethiopian health sectors

Mniyichel Belay, Amare Desta, Steve Smithson, Million Meshesha
2021 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Knowledge management technology is a key tool for facilitating and improving the quality of health care delivery in hospitals.  ...  Information about challenges of knowledge management technology implementation was gathered using qualitative research methods, through conducting semi-structured interviews.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank EDMA for assisting me and Jimma University, Institute of Technology for the financial support of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-021-01507-9 pmid:33952240 fatcat:4jhk5zytenempla7ahqgx76d5u

Critical Analysis and the Impact of Big Data within the Organisation

Tefo Sekgweleo, Phathutshedzo Makovhololo, Modikwa Luwi Makovhololo
2020 Management and Organizational Studies  
The biggest barrier relates to cultural challenges which include organizational alignment, resistance or lack of understanding as well as change management.  ...  Thus, this study employed diffusion of innovation theory to assess the cultural challenges in an organization. The interpretivist approach was applied in the analysis of the data.  ...  All this is possible through the support of senior management.  ... 
doi:10.5430/mos.v6n2p30 fatcat:aig2ffeeefb2do67ys7qhbobhe

Automation of Synthesis of Structures, Systems Engineering Strategies for Production

Andrey Kuznetsov, Václav Štefan
2016 Procedia Engineering  
The article describes an automated system of support of decision-making structures in the synthesis strategies of industrial engineering systems, based on the method of structural and technological complexity  ...  This paper critically evaluates various tool management approaches, identifying the operational tradeoffs and analyzing the models developed to address management decisions involving tooling.  ...  This contribution is also supported by the Operational Project Research and Development of Centre of Excellence of Five Axis Machining, ITMS 26220120013, co-financed by the European Funds for Regional  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.06.658 fatcat:tjjtneewdrgzrioa3nqsoxo5d4

Bridging the Assimilation Gap: A User Centered Approach to IT Adoption in Corporate HR Processes

Tobias Keim, Jochen Malinowski, Tim Weitzel
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We present a stage model for the e-HR field and argue that with changing forms of IT support different theoretical models and constructs need to be applied.  ...  Also, as soon as locus of adoption and impact begin to deviate an assimilation gap emerges.  ...  However, Fichman and Kernerer (1999) pointed out that an assimilation gap might appear in case the management makes the primary adoption decision, but the software remains unused for various reasons.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/KeimMW05 fatcat:hhzbht3lmjhflpt2btjtmtxzzm

Enhancing patient safety by integrating ethical dimensions to Critical Incident Reporting Systems

Kai Wehkamp, Eva Kuhn, Rainer Petzina, Alena Buyx, Annette Rogge
2021 BMC Medical Ethics  
Clinical ethics consultations offer support for ethical conflicts but are dependent on the interaction with staff and management to be effective.  ...  Conclusion The developed framework for CIRS cases with its ethical dimensions demonstrates the relevance of integrating ethics into the concept of risk-, quality-, and organizational management.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Klaus Matthiessen for his support regarding anonymous CIRS data.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12910-021-00593-8 pmid:33685473 fatcat:ralxiwlkpfejnkrdm2em2csjge

Evidence in the learning organization

Gerald E Crites, Megan C McNamara, Elie A Akl, W Scott Richardson, Craig A Umscheid, James Nishikawa
2009 Health Research Policy and Systems  
To identify the key LO frameworks and consolidate them into one model, the authors used consensus-based decision-making and a narrative thematic synthesis guided by several qualitative criteria.  ...  Methods: During the model development process, the authors searched several databases for relevant LO frameworks and their related concepts by using a broad search strategy.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the Society of General Internal Medicine's Evidencebased Task Force for providing the necessary funding and administrative support to make this scholarship possible.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1478-4505-7-4 pmid:19323819 pmcid:PMC2667412 fatcat:p2j5lcjcgvbczmiknt2gkvz4cm

Toward a technology for organizational memories

A. Abecker, A. Bernardi, K. Hinkelmann, O. Kuhn, M. Sintek
1998 IEEE Intelligent Systems and their Applications  
In the long run, we feel an OM should also support knowledge creation and organizational learning. 5 As this article shows, an OM must be more than an information system but must also help to transform  ...  THE RECOGNITION THAT KNOWLedge is one of an enterprise's most important assets, decisively influencing its competitiveness, has fueled interest in comprehensive approaches to the basic activities of knowledge  ...  As we've discussed, for every document added to the OM, a knowledge description must be added.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5254.683209 fatcat:q6tc64f7zfgzfcq3yizfy7biqq

Critical Success Factors Evaluation by Multi-Criteria Decision-Making: A Strategic Information System Planning and Strategy-As-Practice Perspective

Sehoon Kim
2022 Information  
The derived CSF dimensions and sub-criteria are evaluated by the multi-criteria decision-making model, engaging a strategy-as-practice lens to SISP to enable an integrative analysis of IS strategy formulation  ...  business system for an automotive company in South Korea.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author is thankful to the Institute for Industrial Policy Studies, aSSIST Business School, and Business School Lausanne for their support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info13060270 fatcat:u36yn6stazdpvmof5rbdugh6kq

Effects of an evidence service on community-based AIDS service organizations' use of research evidence: A protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Michael G Wilson, John N Lavis, Jeremy M Grimshaw, R Brian Haynes, Tsegaye Bekele, Sean B Rourke
2011 Implementation Science  
For the qualitative study, one key organizational decision maker from 15 organizations in each trial arm (n = 30) will be purposively sampled.  ...  To support the use of research evidence by community-based organizations (CBOs) we have developed 'Synthesized HIV/AIDS Research Evidence' (SHARE), which is an evidence service for those working in the  ...  We would also like to thank the members of Polinomics at McMaster University for providing feedback on an earlier draft of the protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-6-52 pmid:21619622 pmcid:PMC3127774 fatcat:fy3dkxbytne7hiqs5qtyedep2a

Identifying and describing sub-processes in the strategic intelligence process by qualitative content analysis in an inductive way

Ahmad Abbaspour, Amir Hussein Amirkhani, Ali Asghar Pour Ezzat, Mohammad Javad Hozori
2018 Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business  
The purpose of this study was to identify and describe the sub-processes of the strategic intelligence process in organizational level analysis.  ...  Fourteen main sub-processes were identified to describe the strategic intelligence process: (1) Identification of strategic environments and prioritizing them, (2) determination of organizational information  ...  Liebowitz (2006, 22) SI is the aggregation of the other types of intelligentsia to provide value-added information and knowledge toward making organizational strategic decisions.  ... 
doi:10.37380/jisib.v8i1.302 fatcat:s6pzee6nxvddnksteblaugst7e

Resource Management in a Time of Fiscal Scarcity: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment for Journal Package Cancellations

Casey Daniel Hoeve
2019 The Serials librarian  
of collecting quantitative and qualitative statistics to collaboratively evaluate journals.  ...  The current organizational model does not require librarian subject specialists to perform comprehensive collection development duties; therefore, content development librarians developed a methodology  ...  Columns were added to the spreadsheet for "Decisions" and "Notes."  ... 
doi:10.1080/0361526x.2019.1576571 fatcat:fw7y5kqg6jc6bch3dprtigutnu

Value Orientation in Process Management

Hans Ulrich Buhl, Maximilian Röglinger, Stefan Stöckl, Kathrin S. Braunwarth
2011 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
The status quo is astonishing for several reasons: First, process management decisions usually imply investment projects with different risk/return positions and capital tie-up.  ...  In order to bridge the gap between value-based management and processoriented organizational design, we transfer economically well-founded objective functions to process management decisions.  ...  Acknowledgement Grateful acknowledgement is due to the DFG (German Research Foundation) for their support of the projects "Modeling, self-composition and self-configuration of reference processes based  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-011-0157-5 fatcat:evbxizlaqbce3hpo32tsn3j4jy

The Role of Information for Recognising Business Opportunities

Andreja Skerbinjek
2008 Organizacija  
Managers need a lot of knowledge and information to make decisions and recognize business opportunities. They can acquire this knowledge and information in different ways.  ...  Because searching for information about different businesses on their Web sites can be time consuming, a quicker, more efficient option is to access this information on databases that contain useful information  ...  In order to make decisions (for either decision management or control), managers require information (Zimmerman, 2000: 652) .  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10051-008-0016-4 fatcat:7mpqqhs2tbbj5dliiuc6p6rqci

The Relevance of Systems Methodologies in the Development of Organizational Systems

Miroljub Kljajić
2009 Organizacija  
Under such view, we also assume that such organizational processes are qualitatively improved by the application of knowledge generated by research publications, and in this study, we research for the  ...  specific case of the Systems Approach (SA), Systems Engineering (SE), Operational Research (OR), Information Systems Development (ISD) and Simulation, as the research topics for coping with organizational  ...  The author would like to express his gratitude to members of the Laboratory for Cybernetics at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, and especially to Assistant Professor A.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10051-009-0009-y fatcat:5jzk2mg2pjcb3mfvqzbjcl3weu
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