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Page 1: President's Letter.
from the Editor. Decision Line Editor Barbara
Flynn provides an overview of 33(1) feature articles.
2000 Instructional Innovation Award Finalist.
Enlivening the OM Classroom with Video Tours,
by Scott E. Sampson, Brigham Young University.
Research Issues. Writing the Ideal Paper
for JOM: A New Editors Perspective, by Robert Handfield,
North Carolina State University.
In the Classroom. Simplified Procedure
for Implementing Nonparametric Tests in Excel,
by Robert J. Pavur, University of North Texas, and Kellie B.
Keeling, Virginia Tech.
Doctoral Student Issues. The Process of
Getting a Position in Academia, by Carol Prahinski, Ivey School
of Business, University of Western Ontario.
Ecommerce. B2C ecommerce: Observations
about a Technology in Its Early Stages, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature
Specialist with a Universal Mind. Math
Deficit Disorder, by Andrew Vazsonyi, Feature Editor.
From the Bookshelf. A New Forecasting
Reference Work, by Peter T. Ittig, University of Massachusetts,
Principles of Forecasting: A Handbook for Researchers and
J. Scott Armstrong, ed. (Kluwer, 849 pages, 2001, www.wkap.nl)
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