Essays about: "Rational Decision-Making thesis"

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  1. 1. Technology Acceptance of Future Decision Makers - An Investigation of Behavioral Intention Toward Using Artificial Intelligence Tools in Decision Making

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Emelie Gunnarsson; [2020-07-22]
    Keywords : Technological advancements; Technology; Big data; Data driven decision making; Decision Making or DM ; Decision Support System or DSS ; Decision Support; Decision aid; Intelligent decision support system; Artificial intelligence or AI ; Automation; Risk; Technology Acceptance Model or TAM ; History; Development; Definition; Concepts and Organization or Organisation ;

    Abstract : Background & Purpose: Rapid technological advancements makes it difficult for organizations to keep up, this alongside with the world becoming more and more digital results in large amount of data being produced. The technological advancements and the large amount of data available results in that AI can be used as a decision making tool in organizations, enabling better decision making. READ MORE

  2. 2. Enhancing the Innovation Performance by Employing Criteria - A Multiple Case Study of How Decision-Makers at Large Enterprises in Sweden Can Employ Criteria to Evaluate Early-Stage Innovation Projects

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Ebba Hällin Olsson; Kristina Landström; [2020-07-22]
    Keywords : Front end Innovation; Early-stage innovation project; Idea screening; Idea selection; Idea evaluation; Idea assessment; Project selection; Decision-making and Intuition;

    Abstract : Background and Purpose: Innovation cycles continues to become progressively shorter, hencemaking it more important for companies to make the right decision regarding what ideas to developfurther, and which ones to reject. Ideas emerge in the front end of the innovation process,characterized by high uncertainty and low level of available information. READ MORE

  3. 3. What motivates countries’ decisions to contribute to peacekeeping? : The case of Sweden

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för samhällsstudier (SS)

    Author : Lovisa Sand; [2020]
    Keywords : Peacekeeping; MINUSMA; Sweden; decision-making; rational choice.;

    Abstract : Following the mid 1990s, a drop in Swedish contributions to UN led peacekeeping have been evident and EU and NATO led operations have taken preference. However, in 2013 Sweden invested in a substantial troop contribution to a UN led peacekeeping operation in Mali. READ MORE

  4. 4. Impact of Overconfidence Bias on Entrepreneurs Financing Decisions : The Case of Growth-oriented Startups in Sweden and Germany

    University essay from

    Author : Suci Ariyanti; Hayk Mnatsakanyan; [2020]
    Keywords : Startups; cognitive bias; overconfidence; entrepreneurial cognition; capital financing; institutional comparison; entrepreneurship;

    Abstract : Background: Both Authors have many years of finance background and as well as studying entrepreneurship motivated to tackle the less researched area in entrepreneurship: entrepreneurs’ behavioural impact on their financial decisions. Such decisions in initial stages of startup formation have a critical impact on company’s future development which raises the importance of understanding the behavioural motives of the entrepreneurs. READ MORE

  5. 5. Rational Strategic Investment Decisions

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Joran Antonius Mattheus Nicolaas Bos; Max-Lennart Albrecht; [2020]
    Keywords : Strategic Investment Decisions; Strategic Decision-Making; Rationality; Behavioural Finance; Financial Bias; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : The purpose of this master thesis is to examine the driving forces of SID in corporate contexts. The central purpose is to develop an extended framework based on the framework by Carr, Kolehmainen & Mitchell (2010) that will portray a better understanding of biases and heuristics and their influences on SID. READ MORE