In this study, we examine the differences in judgments made by expert and novice information system (IS) managers in selecting computing architectures for their organizations. This problem is interesting because of the wide variety of computing architectures available today, and the current rapid placement of fresh IS graduates in decision-making, managerial roles.
Bajaj, Akhilesh, "A Comparison of Expert and Novice Judgments in Selecting Computing Architectures for Organizational Use" (1998). AMCIS 1998 Proceedings. 129.