Information Systems For Modern Management,

  • Author : Murdick
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  • 9788120303973

  • 17 mm

  • 23 mm

  • 645 gram

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    This classic text explores MIS development from the manager/users perspective. Comprehensive in scope, it covers topics such as: Management, Information, and Systems and how these three areas are merged into an effective management information system computer-related concepts necessary to participate in todays information-bound business environment theory and practice of planning, designing and implementing an MIS control of and through MIS and decision-making as influenced by computers, management information systems, and data bases.

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