Overcoming the Inherent Dependency of DEA Efficiency Scores: A Bootstrap Approach
AbstractThis chapter summarizes a multi-year research effort to understand the role of process performance in the overall efficiency of banks. By focusing on the process as the unit of analysis, the authors consider how technology, human resources, and most importantly, the interaction between these factors of production contribute to overall performance. The results of this paper lead to a set of recommendations to managers of financial service organizations as to the most effective approaches for designing and managing their key service delivery processes.
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