Professor Gray was the author/editor of 16 books and authored over 160 journal articles and was known for three "first papers": in crime in transportation, in telecommuting, and in group decision support systems.
What does GDSS stand for?
GDSS stands for Group Decision Support System
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We have 15 other meanings of GDSS in our Acronym Attic
- Global Disk Storage per Person (computer storage)
- Guamerin-Derived Synthetic Peptide
- Geotechnical Design Summary Report (contract bidding)
- Grid Data Service Registry
- Gross Debt Service Ratio (mortgage eligibility)
- Gender & Development Seminar Series
- Global Decision Support System
- Global Defense Support System
- Good Day Sunshine
- Ground Defense Subsector Status Product (WCCS)
- Global Decision Support System - Multi-Level Security
- General Directorate for State Security Investigations (Egypt)
- Girls' Day School Trust (group of private UK girls' schools)
- Gravity Data Storage Tape
- Ground Defense Status Product (WCCS)
- Grupo Desportivo Santander Totta (Portuguese sports group)
- Greater Dallas Scottish Terrier Club
- Greedy Distributed Spanning Tree Routing
- Global Digital Service Unit (telecommunications)
- Game Day Thread (forums)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Enhancing computer mediated communication: An experimental investigation into the use of a group decision support system for face-toface versus remote meetings.
Seven more sections cover development and design methodologies, tools and technologies, utilization and application, organizational and social implications, managerial impact, and emerging trends and include articles on design science, developing a global CRM strategy, enabling the glass pipeline, strategic management of international subcontracting, group decision support systems, information feedback for maintaining service quality and information system development failure and complexity.
Total Quality Management: A group Decision Support System Approach, Information Systems Management, 13(1), January 1996, 73-76.
Another study by Gallupe and McKeen (1990) determined the effects of the use of a Group Decision Support System (GDSS) on face-to-face versus remote meetings.
A Group Decision Support System (GDSS) offers a viable and attractive alternative over the traditional, oral meeting environment and in many situations, has revolutionized the concept of meetings.
The technology includes distributed decision making (DDM) systems(15) and four group decision support system alternatives (local area decision network, wide area decision network, decision room, and teleconferencing systems) suggested by DeSanctis and Gallupe.
As Carl DiPietro, a group decision support system consultant and former director of human resources for the Marriott Corporation, explained it, a one-hour computer-networked meeting is equal to one day of a traditional meeting.