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Teaching Applications And Implications Of Blockchain Via Project-Based Learning: A Case Study, Kevin Mentzer, Mark Frydenberg, David J. Yates 2020 Bryant University

Teaching Applications And Implications Of Blockchain Via Project-Based Learning: A Case Study, Kevin Mentzer, Mark Frydenberg, David J. Yates

Computer Information Systems Journal Articles

This paper presents student projects analyzing or using blockchain technologies, created by students enrolled in courses dedicated to teaching blockchain, at two different universities during the 2018-2019 academic year. Students explored perceptions related to storing private healthcare information on a blockchain, managing the security of Internet of Things devices, maintaining public governmental records, and creating smart contracts. The course designs, which were centered around project-based learning, include self-regulated learning and peer feedback as ways to improve student learning. Students either wrote a research paper or worked in teams on a programming project to build and deploy a blockchain-based application using ...


Comparing Profitability And Management Factors Across Operation Type: Independent Vs. Contract Growing, Elliott James Dennis 2020 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Comparing Profitability And Management Factors Across Operation Type: Independent Vs. Contract Growing, Elliott James Dennis

Extension Farm and Ranch Management

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There is strong local and national interest in adding hog barns to existing row crop operations. Declining on farm income over the past several years has accelerated this interest. Grain operations cite diversifying farm income, adding another family to the farm operation, and/or replacing commercial fertilizer expense as the primary reasons for adding a hog barn.


A Historical Perspective On The Holcomb Fire: Differences And Similarities To The Covid-19 Situation And Other Significant Market Events, Elliott James Dennis 2020 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

A Historical Perspective On The Holcomb Fire: Differences And Similarities To The Covid-19 Situation And Other Significant Market Events, Elliott James Dennis

Extension Farm and Ranch Management

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What Are Total Export Commitments Telling Us About Beef’S Potential In 2020: Positive Signs?, Elliott James Dennis 2020 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

What Are Total Export Commitments Telling Us About Beef’S Potential In 2020: Positive Signs?, Elliott James Dennis

Extension Farm and Ranch Management

Overarching Market Conditions

The recent cattle on feed report suggests that cattle feedlots are coming closer to sorting through much of the backlog associated with plant closures and shutdowns as a result of plant workers testing positive for COVID-19 and plants implementing CDC and OSHA worker health recommendations. For example, the number of cattle on feed over 90 days has dipped below 2019 levels for the first time since April. However, cattle on feed over 120 days is still about 10% higher than 2019. The result of cattle being on feed longer is sustained record level dressed weights for both ...


Drought Decisions: Profit Maximizing Decisions During And After Drought Conditions, Robert Tigner, Elliott James Dennis 2020 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Drought Decisions: Profit Maximizing Decisions During And After Drought Conditions, Robert Tigner, Elliott James Dennis

Extension Farm and Ranch Management

In summary, using available price risk management tools can effectively reduce some of the market price risk variability that is inherent in agricultural production that are caused by either production or price risk.


Automated License Plate Recognition Using Existing University Infrastructure And Different Camera Angles, Andre Calitz, Matthew Hill 2020 Nelson Mandela University

Automated License Plate Recognition Using Existing University Infrastructure And Different Camera Angles, Andre Calitz, Matthew Hill

The African Journal of Information Systems

Number or license plate recognition has become an essential technology for traffic and security applications. Providing access control at any organization or academic institution improves the level of security. However, providing security personnel to manually control the access of vehicles at an academic institution is costly, time-consuming, and to a limited extent, error prone. This study investigated the use of an automated vehicle tracking system, incorporating experimental computer vision techniques for license plate recognition that runs in real-time to provide access control for vehicles and provide increased security for an academic institution. A vehicle monitoring framework was designed by using ...


The Impact Of Autonomous Vehicles, Preston Loveland 2020 Brigham Young University

The Impact Of Autonomous Vehicles, Preston Loveland

Marriott Student Review

In this article, Preston Loveland delves into the innovations of autonomous vehicles. He outlines the safety, benefits, and public opinion of self-driving cars while inviting the reader to become part of this innovation.


Feeder Cattle Future Price Spreads: Opportunities To Hedge?, Elliott James Dennis 2020 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Feeder Cattle Future Price Spreads: Opportunities To Hedge?, Elliott James Dennis

Extension Farm and Ranch Management

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Feeder cattle future price spreads across all months have recovered to near pre-COVID-19 levels as quarantine restrictions and packing plant capacity issues have been mostly sorted out. For example, for the week of July 17, 2010 [sic], prices reached levels not seen since the beginning of March 2020. Pasture and corn progress are two factors that have the potential to push prices lower in the next coming months. Given current market conditions, producers have some options to lock in a margin.


Bpm Maturity And Digital Leadership: An Exploratory Study, Joyce Van Ee, Ibtissam El Attoti, Pascal Ravesteyn, Benny M.E. De Waal 2020 HU University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

Bpm Maturity And Digital Leadership: An Exploratory Study, Joyce Van Ee, Ibtissam El Attoti, Pascal Ravesteyn, Benny M.E. De Waal

Communications of the IIMA

When organizations start to digitize, this often means that processes will be changed. The management paradigm that is centered on the continues review and improvement of organizational processes is Business Process Management (BPM). To digitize processes, an organization should have the right competences to deal with both technological and process changes. However, currently, it is not known which competences are needed by leaders to guide an organization with digital process transformation initiatives. Hence, this paper consists of an explorative study based on interviews with five experts to find out if and how the competences related to digital leadership can guide ...


Business Intelligence Illustrated Using Crime Data As An Instructional Tool, Ruth Robbins 2020 University of Houston Downtown

Business Intelligence Illustrated Using Crime Data As An Instructional Tool, Ruth Robbins

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

In the Management Information Systems classroom, faculty are encouraged to provide a student focused learning environment that focuses on utilizing business and industry practices as tools. Examples should incorporate concepts which students can readily comprehend. With this in mind, the City of Houston Uniform Crime Report Statistics spreadsheet and database data is being utilized in a College of Business MIS program. In this paper, examples will be described which provide illustrations showing how this ever changing Crime Report data provides an instructional landscape that students can readily recognize and which can also be used as a tool that reinforces learning ...


People Analytics And Disruptive Technologies Are Transforming Human Resources Roles, Madhu Bala Sahoo 2020 Texas Southern University

People Analytics And Disruptive Technologies Are Transforming Human Resources Roles, Madhu Bala Sahoo

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

Human Resources Information Systems that collect, store, and analyze people data are beginning to view the role of people analytics and other related technologies favorably as they provide new, timely and objective insights which aid in bringing about a transformational change in the roles of HR. People analytics is thus an excellent platform for HR to achieve its long awaited ‘Strategic Partner’ role. Organizations of all sizes and types are adopting and adapting to people analytics. Several well-known companies have recently demonstrated the benefits of using people analytics for HR functions. However, people analytics is not without roadblocks of unethical ...


An Evaluation Of Three Online Chatbots, Mahesh Vanjani, Jamison Posey, Milam Aiken 2020 Texas Southern University

An Evaluation Of Three Online Chatbots, Mahesh Vanjani, Jamison Posey, Milam Aiken

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

Chatbots enable machines to emulate human conversation. While research has been done to examine how human-like communication with chatbots can be, heretofore comparisons of the systems with humans have not accounted for abnormal behavior from the users. For example, the people using the chatbot might be lying or trying to, in turn, imitate a computer’s response. Results of a study comparing transcripts from three chatbots and two humans show that student evaluators were able to correctly identify two computer transcripts, but failed on one. Further, they incorrectly guessed that one of the humans was a chatbot. The study also ...


The Form, Function And Materiality Of Portable It In Inter-Organizational Control, Gamel O. Wiredu 2020 Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)

The Form, Function And Materiality Of Portable It In Inter-Organizational Control, Gamel O. Wiredu

The African Journal of Information Systems

Extant explanations of inter-organizational (IO) control are based on functional assumptions of information technology (IT) at the expense of structural assumptions. By focusing on structural assumptions, this paper explains how and why the formal and material properties of portable IT shape IO control. Based on analysis of portable IT mediation between a government agency and traders for tax administration, it was found that portable IT, with the support of the IO structure, reduces IO control. This occurs because portable IT invites users to subvert its connectivity and visibility with the support of the IO structure. Portable IT and IO structures ...


Clarifying Is Project Complexity Through Factor Analysis, Nazeer Joseph, Carl Marnewick 2020 University of Johannesburg

Clarifying Is Project Complexity Through Factor Analysis, Nazeer Joseph, Carl Marnewick

The African Journal of Information Systems

Research shows that the information systems domain is underrepresented in project complexity as it has only eight percent representation within the project complexity landscape. Emphasis is placed mostly on generic project management and engineering project management. This begs the question of how well IS project complexity is understood in literature? The goal of this research is to perform the groundwork for developing new theoretical foundations for information systems (IS) project complexity by enriching previous work. Complexity theory was applied to develop a comprehensive theoretical model for IS project complexity. The IS project complexity (ISPC) model was developed and revealed that ...


A Coordinated Communication & Awareness Approach For Information Security Incident Management: An Empirical Study On Ethiopian Organizations, Keshnee Padayachee, Elias Worku 2020 University of South Africa

A Coordinated Communication & Awareness Approach For Information Security Incident Management: An Empirical Study On Ethiopian Organizations, Keshnee Padayachee, Elias Worku

The African Journal of Information Systems

The coordination of communication and awareness efforts in the process of Information Security Incident Management (ISIM) has been identified as a critical means of enhancing information security protection in organizations. This paper aims to explore the nuances of organizational information security with respect to the coordination of communication and awareness efforts among organizational stakeholders towards achieving a shared, interactive, and participatory ISIM. According to the findings of the study in the organizations sampled, it has been identified that reporting, communication, and awareness efforts within ISIM were found to be largely uncoordinated. The exploratory findings provided a rationale for the proposal ...


Predicting Factors Contributing To Road Traffic Accident And Implying Driver’S Driving Behavior In Addis Ababa City,, shimelis Shiferaw Deneke Mr., SHIMELIS SHIFERAW DENEKE MR, Abdurahman Ali endalkachew Mr, Shimelis shiferaw Deneke, Abdurehman Ali 2020 Updated - AIS

Predicting Factors Contributing To Road Traffic Accident And Implying Driver’S Driving Behavior In Addis Ababa City,, Shimelis Shiferaw Deneke Mr., Shimelis Shiferaw Deneke Mr, Abdurahman Ali Endalkachew Mr, Shimelis Shiferaw Deneke, Abdurehman Ali

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

This study tries to uncover which factor could be associated with Addis Ababa City rode traffic accident and implicate drivers driving behaviors based on the data collected from post-accident. Which is the capital city of Ethiopia. The main objective of this research is Appling data mining technique to explore on factors that could associated with drivers related factors with road traffic accident to provide an insight way to reduce road traffic accident. The data was collected from road traffic accident from the real-world data collected at accident time in Addis Ababa City/Ethiopia. Totally 4285 datasets with 20 attributes were ...


Business - It Strategic Alignment Improvement Framework: A Case Study On An Ethiopian Bank, Menelik Belete, Yonas Hagos 2020 Addis Ababa University

Business - It Strategic Alignment Improvement Framework: A Case Study On An Ethiopian Bank, Menelik Belete, Yonas Hagos

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

In recent years, the bank sector is heavily relies on IT and has been investing a lot to easily reach their customer and gain the competitive advantages. Unfortunately, due to alignment gap between the business and IT strategy, they were not able to maximize their IT return value. The purpose of this study is finding internal and external challenges that hinders business and IT strategy alignment in the context of an Ethiopian Bank, A. The study conducted as a qualitative case study. The main finding shows that vendor dependency, lack of proper system evaluation, lack of clear national regulation, external ...


Adoption And Challenges Of Mobile Banking Systems In Ethiopia: The Case Of Cooperative Bank Of Oromiya, Ebisa Beyene 2020 Kennesaw State University

Adoption And Challenges Of Mobile Banking Systems In Ethiopia: The Case Of Cooperative Bank Of Oromiya, Ebisa Beyene

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

The incorporation of information system into organizations for the purpose of getting competitive advantage, easing workload, providing intangible (soft) work place and coping up with technological advancement has become an indispensable for organizations. Due to these many companies (like banks) are getting advantages of information communication technology implementation like Mobile Banking (M-banking), Internet banking, Automatic Teller Machine, etc. Accordingly Ethiopian commercial banks have implemented Mbanking system into their service system. This research examine adoption of M-banking system in Ethiopia focusing on Cooperative bank of Oromiya with respect to the challenges which can influence the bank from taking advantage and expected ...


Information Technology Disaster Recovery Plan (Itdrp) Framework For Banks In Ethiopia, Nigussie Tariku, Lemma Lessa 2020 Addis Ababa University

Information Technology Disaster Recovery Plan (Itdrp) Framework For Banks In Ethiopia, Nigussie Tariku, Lemma Lessa

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

IT services and solutions in the banking sector should be protected to keep the business continuity in a disastrous scenario. This study aims to develop an Information Technology Disaster Recovery Plan (IT DRP) framework in the case of Ethiopian Banks. Qualitative case study method is employed to investigate current best practices and challenges in Ethiopian banks. The findings indicated that Banks do not have IT DRP in place. Lack of framework, lack of focused group, lack of experiences, and lack of standardization are some of the challenges identified. Accordingly, the IT DRP framework is proposed for Banks of Ethiopia. The ...


Factors Affecting Mobile Payment Adoption By Merchants In Ethiopia, Firehiwot Abebe, Lemma Lessa 2020 Addis Ababa University

Factors Affecting Mobile Payment Adoption By Merchants In Ethiopia, Firehiwot Abebe, Lemma Lessa

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

Nowadays the world witnessed a rapid growth in mobile commerce and widespread use of mobile devices. The growth of mobile commerce depends on widely accepted mobile payment systems. However, this trend is not well experienced in developing countries like Ethiopia. Even though merchants somehow benefited from the rapid growth in electronics commerce and use of mobile devices in ecommerce, they still hesitate to effectively employ in their day to day transactions. Little research has been conducted to examine and explain the merchants' views on the new payment technology. In this paper, we explore the factors that affect merchants’ adoption of ...


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