In business, decision technologies are commonly and widely used among managers and analysts. The lack of skills surrounding this decision technology can create organization disadvantages. Therefore, effective training would hopefully prevent these disadvantages from such ubiquitous technology and potentially provide a competitive advantage for those organizations adopting training. Based on behavior modeling, “Improving Computer Training Effectiveness of Decision Technologies: Behavior Modeling and Retention Enhancement” Yi and Davis (2001) indicated that a combination of retention enhancement and hands-on practice produced better cognitive outcomes. Since information technology is dynamic, and time sensitivity is its critical issue, the effects of age among participants were examined.
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