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1.2.2 Interpretation of MIS Concept
1.2.3 Self Assessment Questions (for section 1.2)
1.3.1 What Are Organizations?
1.3.2 Management Information as Processed Data Information as the Opposite of Uncertainty Information as a Meaningful Signal Communicating Information Individual Needs Managerial Needs Organizational Needs
1.4.5 Self Assessment Questions (for section 1.4)
1.5.1 The Role of Information Technology Software Hardware Database Management Systems Data communication technology
1.5.3 Self Assessment Questions (for section 1.5) Diagnosis Evaluation Design Implementation
1.7.1 Relationship of MIS to Reference Disciplines
1.7.2 Self Assessment Questions (for section 1.7)
1.8 Summary
1.9 Terminal Questions
1.11 Answers
2.1 Introduction
2.2.1 Management and Managers
2.2.2 Information and Levels of Management
2.2.3 Information Required for the Process of Management
2.3.1 Accounting
2.3.2 Finance
2.3.3 Marketing
2.3.4 Operations
2.3.5 Human Resources
2.4 Summary
2.5 Terminal Questions
2.6 Multiple Choice Questions
2.7 Answers
3.1 Introduction
3.2.1 The Components of Perception
3.4.1 Components of an Organizational Information System Organizational Design for Knowledge Work
3.4.3 Self Assessment Questions (for Section 3.4)
3.5 Capabilities of Information System in an Organizational View Task-Related Needs Time Management Needs Performance-Related Needs Career-Related Needs Dealing with Quantities of Information Facing Insufficient or Conflicting Information Enhancing Personal Productivity
3.6.3 Self assessment Questions (for Section 3.6)
3.7.1 Acquiring Information
3.7.2 Storing Information
3.7.3 Retrieving Information
3.7.4 Communicating Information
3.7.5 Ensuring Privacy and Security
3.8 Summary
3.9 Terminal Questions
3.10 Multiple Choice Questions
3.11 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
4.3.1 Transaction Processing Systems
4.3.2 Office Information Systems
4.3.3 Self assessment Questions (for Section 4.3)
4.4.1 Internal versus External Information
4.5.2 Reporting by MRS
4.5.3 Self assessment Questions (Section 4.5)
4.6.1 Characteristics of DSS
4.7.1 Characteristics of Executive Information Systems
4.8 The Role of Expert Systems
4.9 Summary
4.10 Terminal Questions
4.11 Multiple Choice Questions
4.12 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
5.1 Introduction
5.2.1 Michael Porter’s Value Chains
5.2.3 Michael Porter’s Generic Strategies for Competitive Advantage
5.3.1 Strategy Differentiation Cost Leadership Focus Linkage Information Leadership Potential Internal Strengths Potential External Opportunities Potential Internal Weaknesses Reacting to Market Conditions Controlling Costs Improving Quality Expanding Globally Creating Strategic Alliances
5.4.3 Self assessment Questions (for Section 5.4) Multinational Corporation Global Corporation International Corporation Transnational Corporation
5.6.1 Cost
5.6.2 Accessibility
5.6.3 Reliability
5.6.4 Security
5.8 Summary
5.9 Terminal Questions
5.10 Multiple choice questions
5.11 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Enterprise Management System (EMS)
6.3.1 ERP Architecture Business Operations Technology Implementation
6.3.3 Self assessment Questions (For Section 6.3) General Features Business System
6.4.2 Characteristics of ERP Solution
6.4.3 Benefits of the ERP
6.4.4 Self assessment Questions (For Section 6.4)
6.5.1 Vendor Evaluation Factors
6.5.2 Technology Evaluation Factor
6.5.3 ERP Solution Evaluation
6.5.4 Self Assessment Questions (For Section 6.5)
6.6 EMS and MIS
6.7 Summary
6.8 Terminal Questions
6.9 Multiple Choice Questions
6.10 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
7.1 Introduction
7.2.1 Introduction
7.3.2 Ethical and Social issues with E-Commerce
7.3.3 Risks of Internet to Organizations
7.3.4 Data Security and Data Privacy
7.3.5 Privacy and Databases
7.3.6 Self assessment Questions (For Section 7.3)
7.4.1 Contents of MIS Plan MIS goals and objectives Strategy for the plan achievement The architecture of the MIS The system development schedule Hardware and software plan Organisational Information Functional Information Knowledge Information Decision Support Information Operational Information
7.4.4 Self assessment Questions (Section 7.4)
7.5 Implementation of the Management Information System
7.6 Management of Quality in the MIS
7.7 Summary
7.8 Terminal Question
7.9 Multiple Choice Questions
7.10 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
8.1 Introduction
8.2.1 Definition and Approach
8.2.2 Business process
8.2.3 Process model of the Organisation
8.2.4 Value stream model of organisation
8.2.5 Self Assessment Questions (Section 8.2)
8.3.1 What delays the business process?
8.3.2 Relevance of Information Technology (IT)
8.3.3 MIS and BPR
8.3.4 Self Assessment Questions (Section 8.3)
8.4 Summary
8.5 Terminal Questions
8.6 Multiple Choice Questions
8.7 Answers to SAQ’s, TQ’s and MCQ
9.1 Introduction
9.2.1 Managerial Roles and Their MIS Support
9.2.2 Self Assessment Questions (For Section 9.2) Organizational Limits to Rational Decision Making Individual Limits to Rational Decision Making
9.3.2 Self Assessment Questions (For Section 9.3)
9.4.1 Creativity in decision making by individuals and groups
9.4.2 Self Assessment Questions (Section 9.4)
9.5 Summary
9.6 Terminal Questions
9.7 Multiple choice questions
9.8 Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
10.1 Introduction
10.2.1 Ill structured problems
10.2.2 How DSS are Deployed
10.2.3 Capabilities of DSS
10.2.4 Self assessment Questions (Section 10.2)
10.3.1 Data Management Subsystem
10.3.2 The Model Management Subsystem
10.3.3 The Dialog Management Subsystem
10.3.4 Self assessment Questions (For Section 10.3)
10.4.1 Data Access Systems
10.4.2 Data Analysis Systems
10.4.4 Systems Based on Accounting Models
10.4.5 Systems Based on Representational Models
10.4.6 Systems Based on Optimization Models
10.5.3 How DSS are developed
10.5.4 Developmental trends in DSS
10.5.5 Self assessment Questions (ForSection 10.5)
10.6 Executive Information Systems
10.7 Organisational aspects of DSS and EIS
10.8 Summary
10.9 Terminal Questions
10.10 Multiple Choice Questions
10.11Answers to SAQs, TQs and MCQs
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