Ina S Markham
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Self-management and self-leadership reexamined: A levels-of-analysis perspective
SE Markham, IS Markham
The Leadership Quarterly 6 (3), 343-359, 1995
1441995
Combining neural networks and statistical predictions to solve the classification problem in discriminant analysis
IS Markham, CT Ragsdale
Decision Sciences 26 (2), 229-242, 1995
1171995
The effect of sample size and variability of data on the comparative performance of artificial neural networks and regression
IS Markham, TR Rakes
Computers & operations research 25 (4), 251-263, 1998
921998
Kanban setting through artificial intelligence: A comparative study of artificial neural networks and decision trees
IS Markham, RG Mathieu, BA Wray
Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 2000
562000
A rule induction approach for determining the number of kanbans in a just-in-time production system
IS Markham, RG Mathieu, BA Wray
Computers & industrial engineering 34 (4), 717-727, 1998
531998
Utilizing and teaching data tools in Excel for exploratory analysis
SW Palocsay, IS Markham, SE Markham
Journal of Business Research 63 (2), 191-206, 2010
462010
A heuristic and lower bound for a multi-depot routing problem
RT Sumichras, IS Markham
Computers & operations research 22 (10), 1047-1056, 1995
421995
Self-management and self-leadership reexamined: A levels-of-analysis perspective
SE Markham, IS Markham
Monographs in Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations 24, 193-210, 1998
401998
Teaching Spreadsheet Teaching Spreadsheet-Based Decision Support Based Decision Support Systems with Visual Basic for Applications Systems with Visual Basic for Applications
S Palocsay, I Markham
Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal 20 (1), 27, 2002
232002
A new approach to analyzing the Achilles' heel of multisource feedback programs: Can we really trust ratings of leaders at the group level of analysis?
SE Markham, JW Smith, IS Markham, KF Braekkan
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (6), 1120-1142, 2014
202014
Management science in US AACSB international-accredited core undergraduate business school curricula
SW Palocsay, IS Markham
Journal of Education for Business 89 (2), 110-117, 2014
182014
Biometeorological effects on worker absenteeism
SE Markham, IS Markham
International journal of biometeorology 49 (5), 317-324, 2005
172005
At the crux of dyadic leadership: Self–other agreement of leaders and direct reports—Analyzing 360-degree feedback
SE Markham, IS Markham, JW Smith
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (6), 958-977, 2015
162015
Scenario analysis in spreadsheets with Excel's scenario tool
IS Markham, SW Palocsay
INFORMS Transactions on Education 6 (2), 23-31, 2006
162006
An approach to learning from both good and poor factory performance in a kanban-based just-in-time production system
RG Mathieu, BA Wray, IS Markham
Production Planning & Control 13 (8), 715-724, 2002
112002
A review, analysis, and extension of peer-leader feedback agreement: Contrasting group aggregate agreement vs. self-other agreement using entity analytics and visualization
SE Markham, IS Markham, JW Smith
The Leadership Quarterly 28 (1), 153-177, 2017
92017
A visual illustration of induction in multilevel methods: The problem of leaders awarding countervailing merit components
SE Markham, IS Markham, KF Braekkan
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (4), 503-518, 2014
42014
Assessing the prediction of employee productivity: a comparison of OLS vs. CART
IS Markham
International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management 8 (3), 313-332, 2011
42011
Improving the prediction of employee productivity: a comparison of ordinary least squares versus genetic algorithms coupled with artificial neural networks
SE Markham, IS Markham, BA Wray
International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management 1 (4), 379-396, 2006
42006
An Artificial Neural Network Approach to Learning from Factory Performance in a Kanban-Based System
BA Wray, IS Markham, RG Mathieu
Journal of International Information Management 12 (2), 7, 2003
42003
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