Browsing School of Business and Economics by Subject "Decision constructs"
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(University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, 2016)One might assume information systems (IS) are developed so systems enhance the user experience and facilitate a satisfying, productive interaction. From prior research, the authors established this assumption was not safe ...
(Springer, 2014)Abstract Decision-making for users during an on-line transactional process has become fragmentarv’ and ‘start-stop’. Much of this discontinuance arises from decisions points that users or consumers are presented with. ...
(2013)[no abstract available]