Structured Information Flow (SIF) Framework for Automating End-to-End Information Flow for Large Organizations
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Memory Bias in the Use of Accounting Information: An Examination of Affective Responses and Retrieval of Information in Accounting Decision Making McBride, Freda D. H. (Virginia Tech, 1998-04-30)
This dissertation is based on the Kida-Smith (1995) model of "The encoding and retrievability of numerical data." It is concerned with the variable conditions under which a positive affective response (i.e., a decision ...
The information value of new disaggregated accounting information : the case of voluntary corporate spinoffs Johnson, George Alfred (Virginia Tech, 1990-04-14)This dissertation is an empirical investigation of security excess returns associated with the announcement of corporate spinoffs. Spinoff excess returns exist, but the sources of these returns are not clear. Varying levels ...
The informal leader's role on construction sites: A comparative analysis of formal and informal leadership structures within the construction industry Pendleton, Glen Brian Jameson (Virginia Tech, 2011-05-10)There are numerous causes of delays in productivity and efficiency on construction job sites, many of which stem from inadequate understandings of leadership characteristics and jobsite relationships. The focus of this ...