Data-Driven Decisions: Business Intelligence (Bi) Training Skills, 2017 University of New England
Data-Driven Decisions: Business Intelligence (Bi) Training Skills, Jason Todd
All Theses And Dissertations
Organizations are drowning in data and struggling to turn disparate facts into useful information. The technological capability to collect data has expanded faster than the ability to turn data points into useful information. Never before has so much data been available for users to leverage to make a decision. Data-driven metrics can help teams make informed decisions and provide a competitive advantage. When it comes to using data to answer business questions and make a data-driven decision, technology is only one part of the solution. Business Intelligence (BI) is a discipline that attempts to turn data into meaningful insights in ...
Role Of Trust And Involvement In The Effectiveness Of Digital Third-Party Organization Endorsement, 2017 University of Hawaii at Manoa
Role Of Trust And Involvement In The Effectiveness Of Digital Third-Party Organization Endorsement, Liming Guan, Vishal Lala
Atlantic Marketing Journal
In this research, an online experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of the mere presence of digital third-party organization (TPO) endorsement and the quality of information conveyed by a digital TPO, referred to as the endorsement information value effect. Involvement and institution-based trust were tested as moderators of the endorsement information value effect. The results confirm the intuitive belief of managers that the mere presence of a digital TPO endorsement benefits websites by reducing risk perceptions, improving attitudes and increasing choice likelihood. The findings from this research revealed that effectiveness of digital TPO endorsement information value was contingent upon ...
Bitcoin And The Blockchain As Possible Corporate Governance Tools: Strengths And Weaknesses, Fiammetta S. Piazza
Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs
No abstract provided.
Leadership Style And Employee Turnover A Mythical Relationship Or Reality?, 2017 University of San Diego
Leadership Style And Employee Turnover A Mythical Relationship Or Reality?, Arwa Alkhawaja
M.A. in Leadership Studies Capstone Project Papers
Employee turnover is one of the most challenging dilemmas organizations have to deal with. A considerable amount of research indicates that turnover is mainly a result of a negative relationship between the leaders and managers in the workplace and their followers. However, seemingly conflicting studies seem to show that employees leave bosses they consider to be good at nearly the same rate as bosses they consider to be bad. If the relationship between the leadership and followers is not the sole factor in an employee’s decision to quit working, what other factors could be the main causes for ...
Leadership: A Mixed-Method Case Study To Explore The Behaviors A Consultancy Firm Managing Partner Uses To Create Meaning In Their Leadership—For Themselves And Their Followers—Through Character, Relationships, Inspiration, Vision, And Wisdom, 2017 Brandman University
Leadership: A Mixed-Method Case Study To Explore The Behaviors A Consultancy Firm Managing Partner Uses To Create Meaning In Their Leadership—For Themselves And Their Followers—Through Character, Relationships, Inspiration, Vision, And Wisdom, Robert J. Mancuso
Purpose: The purpose of this mixed-method case study was to identify and describe the behaviors that exemplary consulting-firm Managing Partners use to create personal and organizational meaning for themselves and their followers through character, vision, relationships, wisdom and inspiration. In addition, it was the purpose of this study to determine the degree of importance which followers assign to the behaviors related to vision, character, relationships, wisdom and inspiration help to create personal and organizational meaning. Methodology: This study is part of a thematic exploratory mixed-methods case study. Its focus is exemplar consulting-firm Managing Partners, and it is conducted in two ...
Big Data Analytics For A Sustained Competitive Advantage, 2017 Portland State University
Big Data Analytics For A Sustained Competitive Advantage, Nayem Rahman
Student Research Symposium
Achieving a sustained competitive advantage in the industry is vital for a firm’s long-term survival. Big data has been mentioned as a powerful competitive tool in the literature. This study examines the influence of big data analytics in achieving competitive advantage by a firm in its business operations. From a competitive advantage standpoint, big data analytics capability has implications for three key resources such as big data technology, big data technical skills, and data scientist skills. In this presentation we provide an overview of big data analytics in terms of resource-based view of the firm. Based on resource-based theory ...
The Free-Play Tax Deduction Debate: How Academic Research Can Help, Anthony F. Lucas, Katherine Spilde
UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal
Free-play is the primary play incentive for slot players in many jurisdictions, with some campaigns eclipsing $50 million in annual redemptions. The efficacy of these incentives remains questionable at best, creating some contentious tax policy issues. Operators want to deduct the face value of these offers from taxable gaming win, based in part on the assumption that they expand the tax base; however, many regulators and taxing authorities question this claim. Any failure to fully recover redeemed free-play creates a deduction that is partially funded by tax payers. Arguments on both sides of this complex tax policy issue are thoroughly ...
Information Use And Quality Service Of The Nigerian Police, 2017 Covenant University
Information Use And Quality Service Of The Nigerian Police, Olajumoke R. Olawoyin,, Ezinwanyi Madukoma Dr., Ugwunwa Chinyere Esse
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
Information use of police force occurs when information acquired by the police to satisfy an information need based on task assigned to them is actually put to use. Information is therefore useful and valuable if after receiving it, it changes things, decisions, behaviour or one’s character and solves the problem for which the information is sought.
Survey research design was adopted for the study. The study population comprised 2,305 police officers in Alimosho Local Government Police Division. Stratified random sampling method was used to select 227 police officers. Questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. Data collected ...
Aviation Database Research, 2017 Student
Aviation Database Research, Joshua A. Colley
Georgia College Student Research Events
Aviation Database Abstract Database analytics is a growing field in today’s world with the rapid growth of big data that is available for use. Industries will use this big data in any way that they can to be able to get a competitive advantage over their competitors to gain more market share. After collaborating on our interest and doing research, our team choose to look deep into the databases of aviation. After gathering numerous databases on the field, we ended up choosing one that was aviation accidents the recorded statistics involving the accidents. This database is full of different ...
Byu Tech Club: At The Base Of Silicon Slopes, 2017 BYU Marriott School
Byu Tech Club: At The Base Of Silicon Slopes, William R. Adams
Marriott Student Review
As technology continues to drive Utah's economic growth, Brigham Young University students have launchd the BYU Tech Club to inform their peers with technical and non-technical degrees of career opportunities in technology, build the skills and knowledge to be attractive job candidates, and earn internship and full-time offers from high-grow startups and leading technology companies.
Buzzwords: Jargon That Will Keep You Going Through The Year, 2017 Brigham Young University
Buzzwords: Jargon That Will Keep You Going Through The Year, Annie Pond
Marriott Student Review
Business jargon to help you throughout the year.
News - Georgia Tech, 2017 Georgia Institute of Technology
News - Georgia Tech, Elizabeth Winter, Kim Mull, Jason D. Wright
Georgia Library Quarterly
No abstract provided.
Higher Education Meets Business Intelligence, 2017 Western Oregon University
Higher Education Meets Business Intelligence, Kevin Javier
Student Theses, Papers and Projects (Computer Science)
In an ever-changing market powered by user satisfaction and financial success, Higher Education institutions must focus on data analytics to improve student satisfaction and business processes. This project underlines the importance of using a powerful data analytics tool to accomplish these goals. Many Higher Education institutions already collect the necessary data in order to predict and determine key changes but still pull this information from multiple databases in individual reports without overlapping benefit or any level of efficiency. The previous systems increase the risk of user error and limit the ability for multiple departments to collaborate and gain insights ...
The Cross-Platform Consistency Of Online User Movie Ratings, 2017 Pace University, Lubin School of Business
The Cross-Platform Consistency Of Online User Movie Ratings, Dan Baugher, Chris Ramos
Atlantic Marketing Journal
Online movie ratings are often used in studies of Internet word-of-mouth, but the cross-platform consistency of such ratings has not been well established. Mean user ratings were obtained for 500 movies using the rating systems in place on Netflix and IMDb. Mean volume was 1,480,931 (SD = 2,636,388) and 104,746 (SD = 193,532) on the Netflix and IMDb sites, respectively, suggesting the movies were visible, but also variable in visibility. Volume was moderately correlated (r = .724, p ≤ .001). Mean user ratings on the Netflix and IMDB sites averaged 3.57 (SD = .37) and 3.84 (SD ...
Good, Bad And Ugly: Finding Intelligence Online, 2017 University of Georgia School of Law Library
Good, Bad And Ugly: Finding Intelligence Online, Suzanne R. Graham
Continuing Legal Education Presentations
For investigative research, the internet is a helpful tool, but it is not a perfect or a complete toolkit. For a variety of reasons, not all types of questions can be found, and not all people or businesses have significant digital footprints. Social media sites, public databases, and search engines facilitate the kinds and success of research possible online. However, it remains important to know which tools offer what types of information and any limitations in accuracy and currency.
Profile Of Corporate Social Media Consumer Segments, 2017 Georgia Institute of Technology
Profile Of Corporate Social Media Consumer Segments, Beverly Wright, Aberdeen Leila Borders, Paul H. Schwager, S. Scott Nadler
Aberdeen L Borders
The trade and academic literature is replete with commentary about the need for companies to develop promotional strategies and to adopt media platforms that are more engaging and conversational with customers than the traditional top-down company directed one-way communication strategies of the past (Thomas, Peters, Howell and Robbins, 2012; Foster, West and Francescucci 2011; Deighton and Kornfeld, 2009). This viewpoint is supported by Christodoulides (2008) who reported that many customers view information about a company or brand that they obtained from blogs, social networking sites and the like as being more relevant, believable and important to them in their interactions ...
Statistics-Bierce Library Study, 2017 The University of Akron
Statistics-Bierce Library Study, Tyler J. Hushour
Honors Research Projects
This is a report from two surveys that I created and administered to students and faculty at Bierce library who came to the Circulation Desk or the Tech Desk, as well as some of my other findings when periodically looking around the library to see where students like to study or hang-out. There was a written survey given at the Circulation Desk, and a different survey given at the Tech Check-Out Desk. The project is for Melanie Smith-Farrell, the head of Access Services, and is based on a similar study Ian McCullough did in the science library. While this is ...
It Risk Management: Fundamental Issues Impacting Auditors And Audit Committees, 2017 Long Island University
It Risk Management: Fundamental Issues Impacting Auditors And Audit Committees, Daniel Dellapina
Undergraduate Honors College Theses
This research identifies key areas of interest regarding IT risk management for accountants and CPAs in the field of auditing and those on an audit committee. It identifies IT risks which threaten the security of organizations. These include both internal and external threats. It explores the motivations and methods of cyber-attacks. It presents security challenges that are created by outsourcing IT to the cloud and key topics to consider before moving to the cloud. This research also examines IT risk management and IT governance using the COSO Internal Control Framework and COBIT 5 framework for the governance and management of ...
Evaluating Data Quality In Reports Of Sales In A Retail Establishment Survey, 2017 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Evaluating Data Quality In Reports Of Sales In A Retail Establishment Survey, Kristen Olson, Xiaoyu Lin, Timothy Banks
Sociology Department, Faculty Publications
This paper examines failure to use records in sales reporting across about 12,000 store owners participating in a retail measurement panel in a Southeast Asian country. Reported sales based on the storekeeper’s memory (oral reports) were lower than those from records, as expected. More surprisingly, oral reports acted as a supplement to record-based reports at the same store, such that stores that had oral reports had higher total sales than those with invoices. Although stores were expected to either have or not have a reliable record system, many stores used both. Findings varied over individual categories of products ...
Finding The Balance Between Price And Protection: Establishing A Surface-To-Air Fire Risk-Reduction Training Policy For Air-Carrier Pilots, Earl W. Burress Jr., Ph.D.
Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research
Currently, U.S. air carriers do not provide equipment or training necessary to mitigate the risk posed by surface-to-air fire (SAFIRE) threats. These threats consist of self-guided weapons (infrared shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles), manually-aimed threats (small arms, recoilless grenade launchers, rockets, and light anti-aircraft artillery), and hand-held lasers. Technological solutions to counter infrared shoulder-fired missiles have been explored, but were rejected due to prohibitive equipment and maintenance costs. A lower cost option, providing air-carrier pilots with SAFIRE risk-reduction training, has not been formally addressed by the air-carrier industry or the U.S. federal government. This effort will use a business concept ...