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Standards development and diffusion : a case study of RosettaNet
The RosettaNet consortium aligns its diffusion strategies with its development processes while adapting them to the local conditions in the home countries of its member organizations.
Using enterprise architecture standards in managing information technology
Organizations increasingly need to build an enterprise-wide capability to leverage technology that is distributed in different business units. Some organizations establish enterprise architecture (EA) standards to enable ...
Mechanisms for sharing knowledge in project-based organizations
Organizations need to effectively combine and utilize knowledge resources that are distributed amongst the employees and groups in the firm. This paper examines the use of knowledge-sharing mechanisms to leverage the ...
Firm-specific human capital and compensation organizational tenure profiles : an archival analysis of salary data for it
We examine determinants of IT compensation using archival salary data from 2,251 IT professionals in Singapore. Consistent with human capital theory, we find that professionals in IT jobs requiring more firm-specific human ...
Rounding-up in reported EPS, behavioral thresholds, and earnings management
Reported earnings per share (EPS) are frequently rounded to the nearest cent. This paper provides evidence that firms manipulate earnings so that they can round-up and report one more cent of EPS. Specifically, we examine ...
Evaluation of hierarchical forecasting for substitutable products
This paper addresses hierarchical forecasting in a production planning environment. Specifically, we examine the relative effectiveness of Top-Down (TD) and Bottom-Up (BU) strategies for forecasting the demand for a ...
Coordination in vendor-buyer inventory systems: on price discounts, Stackelberg game and joint optimisation
We consider a version of the Stackelberg game that is used to model discount pricing decisions in vendor-buyer supply chains. The game consists of a leader who is selling a product to one (or more) follower(s) who in turn ...
Benchmarking money manager performance : issues and evidence
Academic and practitioner research yields a proliferation of methods using size and value/growth attributes or factors to evaluate portfolio performance. We assess the relative merits of several of the most widely-used ...
Forecasting item-level demands : an analytical evaluation of top-down versus bottom-up forecasting in a production-planning framework
We compare the performance of top–down (TD) and bottom–up (BU) strategies for forecasting the demand of an item that belongs to a product family. The TD strategy forecasts the sum of the item demands and distributes it to ...
Old wine in new bottles : a comparison of emerging market TNCs today and developed country TNCs 30 years ago
(Edward Elgar, 2008)
Abstract not available.