16 - November 6 Organizing Data

16 - November 6 Organizing Data - The reason a dog has so...

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The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue.
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Corporate Structure Strategic Management Strategic Management Tactical Management Tactical Management Operational Management Operational Management Non-Management Non-Management Staff Staff & Clerical Personnel & Clerical Personnel
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Classic Business Model Decisions Decisions Feedback Feedback Staff Operational Tactical Strategic
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Strategic Management Top Level Management Set Long Range Goals & Policy Big Picture Decisions Goal Oriented Analysis “What if” Scenarios
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Tactical Management Middle Management Implementation of Strategic Goals Periodic Reviews Performance & Progress Reports Variance Analysis Budget Analysis
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Operational Management Front Line Management Daily Management - Specific Tasks Monitoring of Ongoing Activities Performance – Sales, Production, Personnel, Cost
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Clerical Personnel levels of management Collect Process Organize File Relevant Information for ALL
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IS cycle with information systems Transactions Data Decisio ns Remember the Past (organizational memory) Preparing for the Future (decision support systems) Handling the Present (transaction processing system) People and Technology I. S. In Organizations
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Understanding Business Processes Revenue process Expenditure process Conversion process Financial process
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Organizational memory Data Information Knowledge Semi-structured data Structured data Organizational Memory
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Characters Images Problem Solving Models Numbers Audio Graphics (incl. charts) Hypertext Text (tables & reports) Social Networks Organizational Culture Data Information Knowledge Organizational Memory Video Organizational Memory
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Structured and Semistructured Organizational Memor Structured Data Storage Storage Type Data Information Knowledge Structured Database, data warehouse Indexed Web site, reports, charts, manuals Groupware, expert
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  • Fall '07
  • Cleveland
  • Management, Database management system, Database model

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