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Whom Should We Talk to? Investigating the Varying Roles of Internal and External Relationship Quality on Radical and Incremental Innovation Performance

Michael Obal, Rangapriya Kannan-Narasimhan, Guihan Ko
2016 The Journal of product innovation management  
For project execution success, respondents were asked how often their projects were on time, on budget, and met technical objectives.  ...  Internal relationship quality had a direct impact on both process flexibility and project execution success, both of which impact market performance.  ...  PF1 We are prepared to skip stages or combine gates based on carefully selected criteria. PF2 We have overlapping gates based on carefully selected criteria.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jpim.12340 fatcat:3uvuchbpufgzbpbihnu2mobnhm

Cost-Utility of Using Alzheimer's Disease Biomarkers in Cerebrospinal Fluid to Predict Progression from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia

Ron L.H. Handels, Anders Wimo, Richard Dodel, Milica G. Kramberger, Pieter Jelle Visser, José Luis Molinuevo, Frans R.J. Verhey, Bengt Winblad, Sophie Vandepitte
2017 Journal of Alzheimer's Disease  
Methods: In an early technology assessment, a mathematical simulation model was built, using available evidence on added prognostic value as well as expert opinion to estimate the incremental costs and  ...  This result was, however, marked by a high degree of uncertainty, and empirical research is required into the impact of a prognosis on worrying, false-positive/negative prognosis, and stigmatization.  ...  Albert Leentjens, and AW, FV, and JML for their responses to the expert opinion questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.3233/jad-170324 pmid:29081416 fatcat:tqspzpwdorf2nciyvq7g3b5eae

The Impact of Planned Care and a Diabetes Electronic Management System on Community-Based Diabetes Care: The Mayo Health System Diabetes Translation Project

V. M. Montori, S. F. Dinneen, C. A. Gorman, B. R. Zimmerman, R. A. Rizza, S. S. Bjornsen, E. M. Green, S. C. Bryant, S. A. Smith
2002 Diabetes Care  
DEMS use augmented the impact of planned care on performance outcomes but not on metabolic outcomes.  ...  OBJECTIVE -The Mayo Health System Diabetes Translation Project sought to assess models of community-based diabetes care and use of a diabetes electronic management system (DEMS).  ...  Bruce Zimmerman, colleague and coauthor. The Mayo Foundation-Novo Nordisk Alliance and the Mayo Foundation supported this project.  ... 
doi:10.2337/diacare.25.11.1952 pmid:12401738 fatcat:s7msjt7arrcjbbyyo5rxril73a

Parent-Directed Approaches to Enrich the Early Language Environments of Children Living in Poverty

Dana Suskind, Kristin Leffel
2013 Seminars in Speech and Language  
Significant disparities exist in these environments, with profound and lasting impacts upon children's ultimate outcomes.  ...  status and then describes efforts to develop such interventions with the Thirty Million Words Project and Project ASPIRE (Achieving Superior Parental Involvement for Rehabilitative Excellence) curricula  ...  and Project ASPIRE curricula were expanded and formatively tested in one-on-one cognitive interviews and group sessions to assess acceptability and feasibility among the target demographic before testing  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0033-1353443 pmid:24297619 fatcat:a4pnc5fqlnadnpvoo7aooffkwe

Projective Assessment and School Psychology: Contemporary Validity Issues and Implications for Practice

David N. Miller, Amanda B. Nickerson
2006 The California School Psychologist  
A discussion of these issues and their implications for school-based projective assessment is provided, along with recommendations for the appropriate use of projective techniques with children and youth  ...  This article reviews contemporary validity issues in the use of projective techniques with children and adolescents, including incremental validity, treatment validity, and problems associated with professional  ...  INCREMENTAL VALIDITY OF PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Validity defines the inferences that one can make on the basis of a particular test score or assessment method.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03341117 fatcat:7oqy5i4cgze5dcwvknstnxqify

COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT AGILE METHODOLOGIES AND FIT ASSESSMENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL CONTEXT

Andrea Margini, Gaetano Cutrona, Cesare Fantuzzi.
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research  
impact assessment on the favorability of the various Agile methods implementation  ...  With their increment, new mechanisms and practices are added in order to support the burden of larger teams and higher degrees of criticality required [8], [4] .  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/4768 fatcat:jcnw3lcnmfhatf6ibhffbeb2bm

Incorporating Risk and Uncertainty in Cost-Benefit Analysis

Sener Salci, Glenn P. Jenkins
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Still greater insight into the impact of risk and uncertainty on expected regulatory outcomes can be gained from a probabilistic modeling of variable distributions and their inter-dependencies.  ...  of outcomes is clear, and the effect on forecast reliability understood.  ...  The report was prepared by Cambridge Resources International Inc. under Formulation of Best Professional Practice for Incorporating Risk and Uncertainty into CBA Analysis of Environmental Regulations -  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2845560 fatcat:j7jkx2fqwbhrjgrpkxu2q7qhpy

Stabilization of Expansive Soils Using Mechanical and Chemical Methods: A Comprehensive Review

Armand Augustin Fondjo, Elizabeth Theron, Richard P Ray
2021 Civil engineering and architecture  
The research project attempts to review, report the limits and merits of mechanical and chemical methods utilized to stabilize expansive soils in line with their efficiency, environmental concerns, and  ...  The presence of expansive soils on construction sites is problematic in geotechnical engineering. The swell-shrink behaviour makes these soils not suitable to be used in their natural state.  ...  A suitable and best selection of stabilizers should be related to their resulting impact on their microstructure.  The microstructure impacts the rate of hydration, the pozzolanic responses in the polymerization  ... 
doi:10.13189/cea.2021.090503 fatcat:fyxbq2e4kjgepmddhklhkxfj5i

When Process Matters: The Potential Implications of Organisational Learning for Peacebuilding Success

Susanna P. Campbell
2008 Journal of Peacebuilding and Development  
difficulty understanding and demonstrating their collective and individual impact.  ...  from violent conflict. ... how an organisation relates to its context is believed to have a significant impact on the outcome of that organisation's work: process determines product.  ...  Consequently, better assessment of incremental impact on the causes of peace is likely to be critical in improving peacebuilding practice.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15423166.2008.278602713606 fatcat:yun3w3dbincipiqvq3ym6inzbm

Assessment of a hybrid software development process for student projects: a controlled experiment

Rafal Wlodarski, Jean-Remy Falleri, Corime Parvery
2021 2021 IEEE/ACM 43rd International Conference on Software Engineering: Software Engineering Education and Training (ICSE-SEET)  
A controlled experiment was carried out among Bachelor students of a French engineering school to assess the impacts of a given development method on the success of student computing undertakings.  ...  The work presented investigates if introducing a hybrid approach for student projects brings added value as compared to iterative and sequential development.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank Bordeaux INP for their support through the grant "AAP Initiatives Pédagogiques 2020".  ... 
doi:10.1109/icse-seet52601.2021.00039 fatcat:gl2o4ohvazfbzojzh557h2aahu

On the Use of Broadened Admission Criteria in Higher Education

A. Susan M. Niessen, Rob R. Meijer
2017 Perspectives on Psychological Science  
Furthermore, we comment on the use of broadened admission criteria in relation to adverse impact and we extend the literature by discussing an approach based on behavioral sampling, which showed promising  ...  why the expected incremental validity will often be modest, even when studied in low-stakes contexts.  ...  Given the additional difficulties such as faking and coaching in highs-stakes assessment, we are not optimistic about the results concerning predictive validity, incremental validity, and adverse impact  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745691616683050 pmid:28544866 fatcat:w6uge66pybg75osgrfvv2jxucy

Cost-effectiveness analysis of newborn pulse oximetry screening to detect critical congenital heart disease in Colombia

Dario Londoño Trujillo, Nestor Fernando Sandoval Reyes, Alejandra Taborda Restrepo, Cindy Lorena Chamorro Velasquez, Maria Teresa Dominguez Torres, Sandra Vanessa Romero Ducuara, Gloria Amparo Troncoso Moreno, Hernan Camilo Aranguren Bello, Alejandra Fonseca Cuevas, Pablo Andres Bermudez Hernandez, Pablo Sandoval Trujillo, Rodolfo Jose Dennis
2019 Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation  
of budgetary impact.  ...  This assessment is a priority in low and medium resource countries.  ...  willingness and support to get the databases according to the specific needs of the project, especially Engineer Maricela Atara Martínez, on her permanent collaboration, Jonathan Campos and Oscar Rodríguez  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12962-019-0179-2 pmid:31285695 pmcid:PMC6591944 fatcat:aydrewbsvzhnxbcqlnrfy2swei

Long-term economic impacts of exome sequencing for suspected monogenic disorders: diagnosis, management, and reproductive outcomes

Deborah Schofield, Luke Rynehart, Rupendra Shresthra, Susan M. White, Zornitza Stark
2019 Genetics in Medicine  
Accordingly, sensitivity analysis may be necessary to assess the impact of a range of plausible outcomes.  ...  costs and health impacts, which in our study resulted in a more costeffective outcome.  ...  Publisher's note: Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41436-019-0534-x pmid:31110331 fatcat:ufr45445ifcjfj4g24kj4b4p2u

Outcomes of clinical utility in amyloid-PET studies: state of art and future perspectives

Matteo Cotta Ramusino, Giulia Perini, Daniele Altomare, Paola Barbarino, Wendy Weidner, Gabriella Salvini Porro, Frederik Barkhof, Gil D Rabinovici, Wiesje M van der Flier, Giovanni B Frisoni, Valentina Garibotto, Stefan Teipel (+1 others)
2021 European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging  
We extracted and analyzed (a) outcome categories, (b) their definition, and (c) their methods of assessment. Thirty-two studies were eligible.  ...  diagnosis (75%); and health economics outcomes focused on costs to achieve a high-confidence etiological diagnosis (5/32, 16%) and impact on quality of life (1/32, 3%).  ...  Garibotto was also supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (projects 320030_169876, 320030_185028 and IZSEZ0_188355) and by the Velux foundation (project 1123). F.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00259-020-05187-x pmid:33594474 fatcat:cw7nofhjpzd75azoyicdspt3v4

A Health Services Research Agenda for Cellular, Molecular and Genomic Technologies in Cancer Care

Louise Wideroff, Kathryn A. Phillips, Gurvaneet Randhawa, Anita Ambs, Katrina Armstrong, Charles L. Bennett, Martin L. Brown, Molla S. Donaldson, Michele Follen, Sue J. Goldie, Robert A. Hiatt, Muin J. Khoury (+7 others)
2009 Public Health Genomics  
and identify challenges and priorities for expanding the evidence base on their effectiveness in routine care.  ...  Conclusions: Ultimately, the successful adoption of useful technologies will depend on understanding and influencing the patient, provider, health care system and societal factors that contribute to their  ...  The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the NCI, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the AHRQ.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000203779 pmid:19367091 pmcid:PMC2844634 fatcat:bbzw34g7ongdbalaqacbphy5ku
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