Published December 1988
by North-Holland .
Written in English
|Contributions||Diane Salassa (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
A survival guide for business management professionals, this valuable book helps users learn to make and support managerial decisions wisely and successfully, providing a thorough understanding of the support aspect of DSS.5/5(1). This text provides a foundation for teaching the subject of decision support systems (DSSs) from a cognitive processes and decision-making perspective. The contents emphasize managerial applications and the implication of decision support technologies . The book also has several good general chapters that provide an overview and describe different types of decision support systems. It includes sections on object-oriented systems and knowledge management (KM) systems /5(15). DANIEL J. POWER is Professor of Information Systems and Management at the College of Business Administration, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. He holds a doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has developed decision support software and systems, and has examined the impacts of DSS on managers 3/5(1).
This book is a timely review and look into the nature and content of decision-making styles and methods. It is a valuable contribution from an author with a strong mix of practitioner and academic work, both locally and internationally. Historical overview of Decision Support Systems /5(15). History of Decision Support System (DSS) The concept of decision support system (DSS) can be traced back to s and s with the emergence of operations research, behavioural and scientific theories of management . Decision support systems aim mainly at this broadest type of decision making, and in addition to supporting choice, they aid in modeling and analyzing systems (such as complex organizations), identifying decision opportunities, and structuring decision File Size: KB. The common thread of articles published in Decision Support Systems is their relevance to theoretical and technical issues in the support of enhanced decision making. The areas addressed may include foundations, functionality, interfaces, implementation, impacts, and evaluation of decision support systems .
Decision Support System - DSS: A decision support system (DSS) is a computerized information system used to support decision-making in an organization or a Author: Troy Segal. decision support systems Following Greenley's strategic management pro- Managerial Perspectives MacMilIan, I Decision Support Systems - DIUF x - Decision Support and Expert Systems: Managerial. Decision support systems were first tested in portfolio management. Decision support systems use data from the general management information system and they are used by a manager or a decision maker for decision support. The basic characteristic of the decision support system . Thierauf, R. J. Group Decision Support Systems for Effective Decision Making: A Guide for MIS Practitioners and End Users. New York: Quorum Books, [gdss]. Thierauf, R. J. Executive Information Systems: A Guide for Senior Management .