Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay

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Abstract

Businesses are dynamic environments. If decision support tools do not evolve in line with the organisational requirements they risk suffering from performance decay. This may present as a decline in their use, or a reduction in the value they offer. In collaborationwith National Grid we address this challenge. Our research proposal is that decision support tools should be evaluated for the risk of performance decay. The results of this risk assessment should be used to develop management strategies. Where sustained performance of the existingdecision support tool is the preferred solution, a quality management system approach incorporating continuous improvement should be taken.

Conference

ConferenceThe Institute of Asset Management Conference
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period20/06/1622/06/16

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Decision support
Decay
Management strategy
Risk assessment
Continuous improvement
Grid
Dynamic environment
Quality management system
Systems approach

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Lattanzio, S., Newnes, L., McManus, M., & Dunkley, D. (2016). Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay. Poster session presented at The Institute of Asset Management Conference, Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom.

Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay. / Lattanzio, Susan; Newnes, Linda; McManus, Marcelle; Dunkley, Derrick.

2016. Poster session presented at The Institute of Asset Management Conference, Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Lattanzio, S, Newnes, L, McManus, M & Dunkley, D 2016, 'Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay' The Institute of Asset Management Conference, Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom, 20/06/16 - 22/06/16, .
Lattanzio S, Newnes L, McManus M, Dunkley D. Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay. 2016. Poster session presented at The Institute of Asset Management Conference, Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom.
Lattanzio, Susan ; Newnes, Linda ; McManus, Marcelle ; Dunkley, Derrick. / Combating Decision Support Tool Performance Decay. Poster session presented at The Institute of Asset Management Conference, Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom.
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