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PLAN AND IMPLEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS ASSESSMENT 3- MONITORING
P a g e | 1 Assessment 3 Monitoring the new system Identify some strategies management could employ to monitor the use of this new system Ensure that activities are kept within parameters of the agreed strategic aims and objectives Ensure that activities are consistent with organization’s vision, mission and values Keep under review internal and external changes which may require adjustments to the organization’s strategy or affect their ability to achieve their objectives Make changes when there is a necessary Determine some methods management could use to identify problems with the system 1. Goals A common problem is purchasing a system that lacks features you need. Another is that it produces results that are not relevant to your operations. 2. Maintenance The right management information system for your company can use this data in either its current form or import it from a standard format. In this way, the data in the system is always the same data as the company working level is using and generating. If the management information system requires extra processing, the data will be less current and less valuable. 3. Use Usability is a major problem for management information systems. Before selecting your system, you must check for the issues. 4. Changes An important management information system characteristic is the ability to adapt to changes in your company. The available information may change, the reports you want may vary and often the personnel using the system changes. Student Name: Student ID:
P a g e | 2 Describe how management could ensure the system is being used properly and to its full potential
2. Study current information flows and perform risk assessment

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