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Management Information Systems by V.S.Bagad
Foundations of Information Systems and Management : Why Information systems ? Components and Resources of information systems, Information system activities, Types of Information Systems : Operations Support Systems and Management Support Systems.Management Information Systems : Definition, Role and Impact of MIS, Introduction to Management, Approaches to Management, Functions of the managers ; Management effectiveness, Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Co-ordinating and Directing, MIS as a support to the Management and a tool for Management Processes. Organization Structure and Theory ; Organization Structure, Behavior, Organization as a System, MIS : Organization.Strategic management of Business : Concept of Corporate Planning, Essentiality of Strategic Planning, Development of Business Strategies, Types of Strategies, MIS for Business Planning.Infrastructure management : Selection, Maintenance of hardware, Communication Equipments and Software as per MIS Needs of the Organization. Ensure Uptime of Hardware Resources, Database Management and End User Training.Applications of MISManufacturing Sector : Introduction, Personal Management, Marketing Management, Accounting and Finance Management, Production Management, Materials Management and Marketing Management, MIS Applications in Banking and Insurance sector.Service Sector : Introduction, MIS applications in Service Industry.Cross-Functional Enterprise Systems : Introduction, Collaboration Systems in Manufacturing, Enterprise Application Integration, Transaction Processing Systems.Implementation Challenges : Integration, Implementing IT, End User Resistance and Involvement, Change Management.Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) :Introduction, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems : Basic features, Benefits, Selection, Implementation, EMS and MIS.Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) : Introduction, Business Process, Process and Value Stream Model of the Organization, MIS and BPR.Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) : What is BPO ? Voice BPO i.e. Call Center, Non-Voice BPO, Scope of BPO, Challenges in BPO Management.Customer Relationship Management (CRM) : Introduction, What is CRM ? Three Phases of CRM, Benefits, Challenges and Trends in CRM.Supply Chain Management (SCM) : What is SCM ? Role of SCM, Benefits, Challenges and Trends in SCM.Electronic Commerce Systems (e-Commerce) : Introduction, Scope, B2C, B2B and C2C, Essential e-Commerce Processes, Electronic Payment Processes, e-Commerce Applications.Decision Support Systems (DSS) :Concept and Philosophy, Using Decision Support Systems : What-if Analysis, Sensitivity Analysis, Goal-Seeking Analysis, Optimization Analysis, Introduction to Data Warehouse : Architecture, Organization and Management of Data Warehouse, Implementation, Data Mining for Decision Support, Executive Information Systems, Enterprise Information Portal and Knowledge Management Systems, Introduction to Artificial Intelligent Systems, Knowledge Based Expert Systems, GIS.Security and Ethical Challenges :Introduction, Ethical Responsibility of Business Professionals, Computer Crime, Hacking, Cyber Theft, Software Piracy, Privacy Issues, Health Issues.Security Management : Introduction, Tools, Encryption, Firewalls, e-Mail Monitoring, Biometric Security, Disaster Recovery, Fault-Tolerant Systems, System Controls and Audits, Contingency Management and Solutions.Global Management of Information Technology :Cultural, Political and Geo-economic Challenges, Global Busniess/IT Strategies, Applications, Platforms and Data Access Issues.
Human Factors In Management Information Systems by Jane M. Carey
This text is designed to aid understanding of the broad context of human factors in a systems context and also provides guidelines and examples to aid in specific domains. This intergrated set of technical and behavioural readings are all directed at the human opportunities and problems associated with the design and implementation of information systems.
Management Information Systems by Bartow Hodge
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
Management Information Systems by Gregory O'Brien
Management Information Systems by Raymond McLeod
Management Information Systems is recognized for logical organization and clear descriptions. Focusing on the role of managers within an organization, the text emphasizes the development of computer-based information systems to support an organization's objectives and strategic plans. Focusing on the General Systems Model, introduced in Ch. 6, the Systems approach is implemented throughout the rest of the text. The computer as an organizational information system, current focus in information system use, systems theory and methodologies, the computer as a problem-solving tool, the computer-based information system, organizational information systems.
Management Information System by Kenneth C. Laudon
Management Information Systems, 14e, is designed for readers who want an in-depth view of how business firms nowadays use information technologies and systems to achieve operational excellence, develop new products and services, improve decision making, and achieve competitive advantage. Learners will find here the most up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of information systems used by business firms today. New to this Edition: * Social, Mobile, Local: New e-commerce content in Chapter 10 describes how social tools, mobile technology, and location-based services are transforming marketing and advertising * Big Data: Chapter 6 on Databases and Information Management updated to provide in-depth coverage of Big Data and new data management technologies * Cloud Computing: Updated coverage of cloud computing in Chapter 5 (IT Infrastructure) with more detail on various types of cloud services, private and public clouds, hybrid clouds, and managing cloud services * Social Business: Extensive coverage of social business, introduced in Chapter 2 and discussed across the text. Detailed discussions of enterprise (internal corporate) social networking as well as social networking in e-commerce * Some More New Topics: Consumerization of IT and bring your own device (BYOD), location analytics, location-based services, building an e-commerce presence, mobile application development, mobile and native apps, expanded coverage of business analytics, including big data analytics, 3-D printing, etc., and much more * Adapting to the Indian Scenario: India is fast emerging as a global IT hub and a number of organizations are implementing information systems either to enhance core competency or to gain competitive advantage. Keeping this in mind, one case in the Indian context has been added in every chapter. Some of the cases included are 'Social Media Analytics in Indian Politics', 'Reliance Installing the 4G Project', 'Centralization of Operations at Tata Power', and 'One Organization, One Data, One Information: ONGC's Global System' among others.