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The psychology of decision making in farm management : a review of the background to managerial ability, and suggestions for a research programme to investigate its improvement
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 1999-05)
Managerial ability has always been regarded as an important parameter in agricultural production. However, while there have been studies on descriptive aspects of management processes and abilities (e.g., Johnson et al ...
Computer system uptake and use on New Zealand farms : 1998 and 1993 comparisons
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 1999-04)
A national postal survey of 3,021 randomly selected primary producers was conducted over late 1997 - early 1998 to investigate the penetration of “on-farm” computers and clarify details of their use. The sample was stratified ...
A survey of farmers' attitudes to information
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1983-11)
The revolution in computer and electronic technology has given rise to equipment which can potentially provide primary producers with continuous access to a wide range of information stored on central computers. Modern ...
Desirable attributes of computerised financial systems for property managers
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1988-04)
Most producers face a wide range of financial decision making problems and consequently can potentially make effective use of the many different computer based financial analysis packages available. Examples include ...
Challenges in computer systems for farmers
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1988-05)
Almost since computers first became generally available for research purposes, farm management professionals have been using their power to help farmers make improved decisions. In 1966 university computers were used for ...