|Title||Management Information Systems: Managerial Perspectives||Height||22 mm|
|Publisher||Macmillan Children's Books||Pages||384|
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Management Information Systems: Managerial Perspectives
To compete and emerge successful in a global competitive environment demands an effective and efficient Management Information System (MIS). Indian organizations are in fact increasing their IT investment at the rate of 35 per cent annually. Responding to this need, the book explains the concepts, strategies and issues involved in developing and managing information systems. The book attempts to balance the two disciplines of management and computer science to understand the applications of MIS. This book is divided into five parts each part leading onto the next smoothly. Focusing on conceptual framework the book leads to basic structure of Information System, its development, business applications, and management of IS resources. The entire subject has been presented in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. Thus no prior knowledge of computers is essential to follow this book. The clarity in presenting concepts and their applications is the focus of this book. The text is supplemented with real-life case studies and those from simulated environments. Certain pedagogic tools like Learning Objectives, Summaries, Teamwork and Projects are engaged to make the text reader-friendly.