By Antti Syvajarvi, Jari Stenvall
The necessity for either companies and executive firms to generate, gather, and make the most of information in private and non-private zone actions is speedily expanding, putting value at the progress of information mining functions and instruments.
Data Mining in private and non-private Sectors: Organizational and govt Applications explores the manifestation of information mining and the way it may be better at a variety of degrees of administration. This cutting edge book offers appropriate theoretical frameworks and the most recent empirical learn findings necessary to governmental organisations, practising managers, and academicians.
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Both Smith (1995) and De Bruijn (2002, 2006) reflect about strategies to counteract and reduce as much as possible the negative impact 13 Before the Mining Begins of performance measurement. An element in both studies is the use of subjective indicators in the form of satisfaction measurements. De Bruin sees this as an alternative appraisal system, besides performance measurement. We do not agree at this point, in the sense that those appraisals also can be an inherent part of the performance measurement systems.
The distinction between them can be made by whether or not there is a link to a kind of sanctioning to the appraisal on the basis of the performance measurement systems. It is attractive for the professionals, it gives them space and it is for managers also easier to settle scores on simple products. Moreover, a focus on simple products can have a positive impact on plural products. Finally, the good behaviour of professionals can be rewarded by a restricted selection of products. 152-154). 21 Chapter 2 Measuring the Financial Crisis in Local Governments through Data Mining José Luis Zafra-Gómez Granada University, Spain Antonio Manuel Cortés-Romero Granada University, Spain abstraCt In local government, the financial analysis is focused on evaluating the financial condition of municipalities, and this is normally accomplished via an analytic process examining four dimensions: sustainability (or budgetary stability), solvency, flexibility and financial independence.
Calculating policy outcomes can have influence on the choice of policy objective and therefore on the formulation of the problem. Evaluation can influence the policy process on an unforeseen, improper manner. Objectives (problem solutions) can be chosen in such a way to maximise the chances of a good evaluation. The negative effect of performance measurement originates to an important degree from the tension between managers and the professionals, between those who deliver policy and those who measure and evaluate this deliverance these professionals could fear a loss of autonomy because of policy evaluation (Swanborn, 1999) and therefore try to influence the evaluation process.
Data Mining in Public and Private Sectors: Organizational and Government Applications by Antti Syvajarvi, Jari Stenvall