This paper reports the results of a study to determine how individual managers assemble information from automated systems when the task is evaluating organization performance. An experiment was conducted in which managers were given varying forms of information over a period of time and required to accumulate the information they would need for a later evaluation decision. As the results show, there are differences in the way individuals select and assemble reported information system design practices.
Senn, James A. and Frantzve, Jerri L., "INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPPORT FOR ASSESSMENT OF MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE: AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION" (1980). ICIS 1980 Proceedings. 15.