“Implementation of MIS in organization”

Types of systems in organizations:
Open system: "All social systems, including organizations, consist of the patterned activities of a number of individuals. Moreover, these patterned activities are complementary or independent with respect to some common output or outcome: they are repeated, relatively enduring, and bounded in space and time." These are not secure e.g. all the websites accessed through internet. Closed system A system having no interaction with an environment. a system whose Behavior is entirely explainable from within, a system without input. Systems may be variously closed to matter/ENERGY, to information, and/or to organization. Systems closed to information are independent, and systems closed to organization are autonomous.. The output has nothing to do with whether a system is closed. Systems without output are non-knowable through observation from the outside e.g. salaries of the employees. Stable system Organizations maintaining equilibrium; self-restoring, consistently reliable, especially because of resistance to outside pressures e.g. policies of governments Dynamic system

Changing state of the organization associated with changes in human wants and desires such that losses or gains occur. Dynamic changes are not insurable. e.g. Moblinlk,PTCL,The packages offered by warid telecom within 2 years.

Permanent system Not expected to change in status, condition, or place Existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time: abiding, continuing, durable, enduring, lasting, long-lasting, long-lived, long-standing, old, perdurable, perennial, persistent .e.g. Punjab University is having a permanent system of enrollment of students

Temporary system Organizations that serves for a limited time. Lasting or existing only for a short time.e.g. Courses or lectures delivered in a university.

Simple systems Organizations that are not involved or complicated; easy: a simple task. A single component of a complex systems, especially one that is unanalyzable. e.g. ATM is a very simple system for customers.

Complex systems Organizations consisting of interconnected or interwoven parts. A usually large entity composed of interconnected parts e.g. Property dealers ,National saving centers are having complex systems for the employees ++++++

Above is a organization’s website and if you visit this web site you can get a lot of things regarding your link to this organization it is easy to access and following is its web sites view

After viewing this system we can easily get our desired information and if some things like degree’s , name or Date of birth’s correction then they tell us the ways to do it, If we go back when this organization was without the implementation of MIS , on that time they were having so much complex system , still there some things are complex but they are far better than past,and now you can see web site that it is easy to under stand for all.

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