Making Decisions on the Right Bases
Decision makers often complain that they are not getting from the computer system the right kinds of information at the right times in the right formats. They find the information to be too detailed or to be about the wrong subject to help them in decision making. Especially irritating is being told by the DPers that the information is inside the computer memory but cannot economically be retrieved in the way the decision maker wants. “Why can’t I get to the information if it’s in there?” they ask.
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