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Literature Review
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· 1000 words (+/- 10%) not including tables, figures, reference list or appendices
· Submission must follow template available on course webpage - note that submission will only be available for files with .doc or .docx extensions
· A minimum of 8 academic references must be used
· Reference list and in-text references must comply with Harvard (UniSA) referencing style (http:
esource.unisa.edu.au/course/view.php?id=1572&topic=4)
· You must include a title page with course name and appropriate title for your paper.
· Do not include a table of contents for this piece of assessment
Task: Students will research literature relating to the topic below and provide a literature review for the topic
Why and how are Decision Support Systems used in business? 
Resources and Assessment Criteria
    Criteria
    Information
    Number of Marks
    Referencing Technique
    The student has co
ectly used the Harvard (UniSA) referencing method as per the assignment requirements
    15
    Depth of Research
    The student has used a minimum of six (6) academic references - higher marks are awarded for additional references above the minimum and relevance to the task. 
    10
    Theory - Argument
    The student has shown an in depth understanding of the literature being reviewed
    50
    Language
    The student has used co
ect English grammar, spelling and punctuation
    15
    Task Completion
    The student has followed all requirements as described in the Course Outline and the Learnonline page
    10

BUSS 3087 – Managing Decision Making
Literature Review Submission
Question X: Insert Question here
Introduction
This section needs to introduce the question that you will be answering
Discussion
This section discusses the literature that supports your question (you can use sub headings if needed to show clear sections for your discussion)
Example: Chabon XXXXXXXXXXexplores a range of themes and ideas...etc. (follow this example to quote the content, must use at least 8 reference) in the reference list need to be like; Chabon, M 2008, Maps and legends, McSweeney’s Books, San Francisco.
Conclusions
This section shows how your theory discussion has answered the question
References
All references must conform to the UniSA Harvard Referencing Scheme

Harvard Referencing Guide
Harvard Referencing Guide
UniSA

This guide will help you apply the Harvard referencing style to your writing at UniSA.
It is designed to help you understand the conventions and principles of this style and
make decisions about referencing. There are many different versions of the Harvard
style. This guide presents one consistent version for use at UniSA, which conforms
to the Australian Government standard guidelines presented in Snooks & Co (eds)
2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, Wiley & Sons,
Australia.
Developed by Learning Advisers and Li
arians © UniSA, January XXXXXXXXXX
Table of contents
What is referencing? ............................................................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX2
How do we reference? ......................................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX3
Sample extract from an essay .............................................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX5
What if your source does not match? ................................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX7
Harvard referencing UniSA examples .................................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX8
Print ....................................................................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX8
Book ........................................................................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX8
Edited book ........................................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX10
Chapter in an edited book..................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX11
Journal article ........................................................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX12
Magazine article .................................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX13
Newspaper article ...................................................................................................
Answered Same Day Apr 15, 2020 BUSS 3087

Solution

Sundeep answered on Apr 20 2020
143 Votes
Decision Support System – Make Profitable Decisions     3
Introduction:
    We have heard about the Decision Support System, it is a system which uses the combination of the human mind and the modelling systems in order to get the optimal system for making an informed decision. It is a information system which computerised and is used in supporting the process of decision making in the business environment. The DSS system lets the users focus and go through the intense amounts of data and analyse it to solve complex problems and derive solutions. The benefits of DSS are intensive and helps in making more informed and quality decisions, helps in solving the problem to a new scale with improved efficiency. (Bonczek, R.H., Holsapple, C.W. and Whinston, A.B., 2014)
Discussion:
    A DSS is a software which is used on already collected data in order to produce efficient outputs and create insights from the data.
What Can DSS Analyse? : A DSS has applications which are in the top and the middle layer of the organisation. It helps in analysing large amounts of data on the upper level of the hierarchy. A DSS system is used to process a company’s revenue in the next financial year based on the forecast of the sales. Since a large number of variables are present, it is a complicated calculation and cannot be performed by hand. (Tu
an, E., Sharda, R. and Delen, D., 2011)
How Can DSS Present the Information? : A DSS can be manually programmed to the level to which the reports are required. It is useful in a way that it can explain the analysis in a very easy and understandable way. A DSS can generate outputs in a form of graph such as a bar chart or a graphical chart which represents the revenue and profit explicitly.
Usage Of DSS? : Data analysis is not limited to the mainframe structure. A light in weight and usage application, DSS can be installed on computers with ease. Since it is light in size, it becomes efficient and comfortable for the clients who wish to ca
y the software. A mobile integration has also been done for the applications of DSS. There are a number of ways in which DSS can be used to gather insights and get the analysis.
Some of the uses of DSS in industry are:
· DSS system can be used in a large stock of inventory...
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