Global Executive Information Systems

Author: Anil Kumar
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780815327899
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Addresses the complex issues involved with the design, development, use, and management of global executive information systems. Results from a study conducted to identify these issues are analyzed and discussed in the global business environment context. Recommendations for developing a global executive information system are also proposed.

Building Executive Information Systems And Other Decision Support Applications

Author: Hugh J. Watson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN:
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This new book combines research findings and the practical experiences of the authors to present a comprehensive look at Executive Information Systems (EIS) and other decision support applications! From how EIS differs from other applications to what the future holds, this indispensable text covers everything readers need to know to understand and develop executive information systems. Coverage also includes Decision Support Systems, Artificial Intelligence (such as Expert Systems) and Groupware (such as Group Support Systems and Lotus Notes) to give readers a wide array of tools to support executive decision making.

Information Systems And Technology For The Noninformation Systems Executive

Author: Jae K. Shim
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420025651
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Thirty years ago, computers seemed more science fiction than business fact. Today we have e-commerce, e-marketing, computerized scheduling, manufacturing, and a whole new field called information technology. Computers now have applications for every facet of your business. Information Systems and Technology for the Non-Information Systems Executive explores the practical and efficient use of computer technology-both software and hardware-for all types of business applications. In a simple and reader friendly style Shim presents information on data bases, networking, and telecommunications. He explains popular accounting, tax, finance, management, manufacturing, and marketing software-making them easy to understand and use. In addition, he provides real-life examples that illustrate the applications of decision support systems, executive information systems, and artificial intelligence systems such as financial modeling, budgeting, strategic planning and control, forecasting, data analysis, inventory planning, and optimization software. You do not need to know programming to understand your information systems. Written for business managers and entrepreneurs who may not have extensive computer experience, Information Systems and Technology for the Non-Information Systems Executive: An Integrated Resource Management Guide for the 21st Century covers information systems in all phases and functional areas of business to help you make the best decisions. It provides a wealth of current and essential information for managers and executives of all types of organizations. Your success depends on keeping abreast of the latest applications and thinking in information technology. This book gives you the competitive edge.

Executive Information Systems

Author: Hugh J. Watson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN:
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The successful development and operation of an EIS must address a myriad of potential organizational and technical challenges and creates responsibilities for management and developers. Management must define objectives for the system, allocate necessary resources, put the development staff in place, fight political resistance, and be visible users of the system. Developers must determine information requirements for the system, select appropriate hardware and software resources, gain access to necessary data, design screens, and oversee the evolution of the system. Executive Information Systems provides valuable information and materials on these and other key EIS issues. This important work was gathered from information that was previously scattered in academic journals, trade publications, conference proceedings, and university working paper series. This book contains important concepts, understanding, insights, and real-life experiences about how to successfully develop an EIS. Written for anyone who wants to learn about EIS, this book is divided into four parts: The Emergence of EIS, The Nature of Executive Work, Developing an EIS, and The Impact of EIS. Interspersed throughout the book are detailed descriptions of EIS in a variety of organizations. For quick, easy access, these descriptions are marked in the Table of Contents as "EIS in Action" and are intended to make EIS more real and less abstract. Executive Information Systems provides a wealth of practical, hard-won information and advice that has never been published together in one comprehensive volume.

Executive Information Systems

Author: Robert J. Thierauf
Editor: Praeger
ISBN:
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This guidebook offers a complete overview to executive information systems (EIS), which are designed to help upper-level executives access and use summarized information more effectively. Thierauf provides an introduction to the underlying theory of these data-intensive systems, and examines the types of decision making found in an EIS environment. The most useful hardware and software are fully detailed, along with various approaches to system development. A master case study is used to illustrate practical applications of strategic planning, marketing, manufacturing, finance, and personnel within an EIS environment.

Executive Information Systems And Congress

Author: Hans D. Jarass
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Executive Information Systems And Decision Support

Author: Clive Holtham
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Health Management Information Systems

Author: Jack Smith
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335232833
File Size: 42,57 MB
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This comprehensive text is aimed at both practitioners and students, and it relates to systems and management theories to applications found in health settings, and compares the best of international practice. It sets out the basic principles of health management information systems, and illustrates them with examples and case studies from a wide range of health care applications and from a number of different countries, including the USA, the UK, Germany and Australia.

Information Systems Management

Author: Ian O. Angell
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1349215554
File Size: 31,98 MB
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This textbook addresses the range of issues that need to be considered when managing an information system. The author's aim is to encourage a more critical evaluation of computer-based information systems and to foster a more objective approach to the inherent advantages and disadvantages.

Management Information Systems

Author: Nirmalya Bagchi
Editor: Vikas Publishing House
ISBN: 8125938524
File Size: 26,49 MB
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Management Information Systems covers the basic concepts of management and the various interlinked concepts of information technology that are generally considered essential for prudent and reasonable business decisions. The book offers the most effective coverage in terms of content and case studies. It matches the syllabi of all major Indian universities and technical institutions.

Intelligent Management Support Systems

Author: Hossein Bidgoli
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567201765
File Size: 54,67 MB
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A comprehensive and practical examination of decision support technologies and expert systems for effective decision-making.

Major Information Technology Systems Acquisition Plans Of Federal Executive Agencies

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Information Systems Strategic Management

Author: Steve Clarke
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 041538186X
File Size: 18,97 MB
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This fully revised and updated second edition of Information Systems Strategic Management continues to provide an accessible yet critical analysis of the strategic aspects of information systems. The second edition again covers the relevant practical and theoretical material of information systems, supported by extensive case studies, student activities, and problem scenarios. The ISS issues will be fully integrated into current thinking about corporate strategy, addressing the fact that a range of emerging strategic issues are often ill addressed in IS strategy books, which also fail to differentiate between IT, the application of technology, and IS, the participative, human-centred approaches to information and knowledge management. Specific changes include Expansion and internationalisation of case studies Broader focus beyond social and critical theory New chapters on strategy and e-business, strategic management as a technical or social process, strategic implications of information security, applications portfolio, and technology management. The focus on strategic issues and the integration of IT and IS issues ensures this text is ideal for MBA students studying MIS, as well as being suitable for MSC students in IS/IT.

Pto Strategic Information Technology Plan Fiscal Years 1999 2004 Executive Overview

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Information Technology For Management

Author: Efraim Turban
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119702909
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Information Technology for Management, 12 Edition provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the latest technological developments in IT and the critical drivers of business performance, growth, and sustainability. Integrating feedback from IT managers and practitioners from top-level organizations worldwide, the newest edition of this well-regarded textbook features thoroughly revised content throughout to present students with a realistic, up-to-date view of IT management in the current business environment. The text offers a flexible, student-friendly presentation of the material through a pedagogy that is designed to help students with different learning styles easily comprehend and retain information. This blended learning approach combines visual, textual, and interactive content—featuring numerous real-world case studies of how businesses use IT to increase efficiency and productivity, strengthen collaboration and communication, and maximize their competitive advantage. Students learn how IT is leveraged to reshape enterprises, engage and retain customers, optimize systems and processes, manage business relationships and projects, and more.

Business Information Technology Management

Author: R. Hackney
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 033397767X
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Organisations are information intensive systems, operating in dynamic and competitive markets, structured around complex physical and political infrastructures. This book characterises the critical nature of these environments through strategies for business information technology management (BITM).

Adaptive Health Management Information Systems Concepts Cases Practical Applications

Author: Joseph Tan
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1449658210
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This book covers all the fundamental concepts of Health Management Information Systems (HMIS), provides relevant and current HMIS cases throughout, and touches on emerging technologies. Topics include: information systems from a managerial perspective; roles of cio/cto for healthcare services organizations; HMIS hardware/software concepts; HMIS database concepts.Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.

Management Information Systems Managerial Perspectives 4th Edition

Author: D.P. Goyal
Editor: Vikas Publishing House
ISBN: 9325978601
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The 4th edition of this book has been updated to meet the new requirements of the students, professors, and practitioners. This is an enhanced version of the earlier editions. To update and enhance the coverage of the book, many chapters have been restructured, and some new content/chapters have also been added. In addition, to have better engagement and learning outcomes for the reader, certain new pedagogical features have also been added. NEW IN THIS EDITION • A new chapter on ‘Ethical and Social Issues’ • Applications using MS-Access in the upgraded Chapter 5 – Data Resource Management • Concepts on organisations in Chapter 2 – Information, Systems and Organisation Concepts • Concepts of e-Governance in chapter 7 – e-Commerce, e-Business and e-Governance • Some latest trends and concepts in Chapter 4 – IT Infrastructure • Concepts on Project Management in chapter 12 – IS development and Project Management KEY FEATURES • Some new cases have been added, and various case studies from the earlier edition have been updated • New pedagogical elements, such as Objective-type Questions, True/False Questions, Review Questions and Assignments have been added in chapters • Glossary has also been incorporated to get a quick understanding of the terms used in the book • Instructor support has been added on the web through Online Resources

Business Strategies For Information Technology Management

Author: Kalle Kangas
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1931777616
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"This business guide presents theoretical and empirical research on the business value of information technology (IT) and introduces strategic opportunities for using IT management to increase organizational performance. Implementation management is addressed with attention to customer relationship outsourcing, decision support systems, and information systems strategic planning. Domestic, international, and multinational business contexts are covered."

Management Information Systems

Author: Kenneth C. Laudon
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130338099
File Size: 25,17 MB
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Designed for courses in MIS, E-Commerce, and Management and E-Business.With relevant coverage of today's Digital Firm that is fully integrated throughout the text, the authors clearly illustrate the impact of information technology on business through vivid examples, engaging and interactive exercises, and the most current information.