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MI375-01 Exam 1 Study Help 1) TRUE 1. Modern digital firms use the Internet and networking technology to make data flow seamlessly among different parts of the organization; streamline the flow of work; and create electronic links with customers, suppliers, and other organizations. 2) FALSE 2. It has been proven that information technology can give a firm a long- lasting competitive advantage. 3) TRUE 3. The Internet and the new markets are changing the cost and revenue structure of traditional firms and are hastening the demise of traditional business models. 4) TRUE 4. The Internet and related technologies make it possible to conduct business across firm boundaries almost as efficiently and effectively as it is to conduct business within the firm. 5) FALSE 5. The traditional business firm is a flat, decentralized, unstructured arrangement of generalists who typically rely on a fixed set of standard operating procedures to deliver a customized product. 6) TRUE 6. Globalization has transformed the conduct of business. 7) FALSE 7. A network requires at least three computers. 8) TRUE 8. Major industrial powers are being transformed to knowledge- and information-based service economies and leaving manufacturing to the third- world countries. 9) TRUE 9. Information-intense products require a great deal of knowledge and training to produce. 10) TRUE 10. The key elements of an organization are its people, structure, business processes, politics, and culture. 11) FALSE 11. The Internet is an international network of commercial networks. 12) TRUE 12. To work properly, an information system must balance technology and human behavior and requirements, even if less-than-optimal technology must be used. 13) TRUE 13. Computer science, management science, and operations research all contribute to the technical approach to information systems.
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14) TRUE 14. The behavioral approach to information systems focuses on changes in attitudes, management and organizational policy, and behavior. 15) TRUE 15. Security and control will be an ongoing concern for information systems because these problems can never be eliminated. 16) TRUE 16. Operational management is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations of the business. 17) FALSE 17. Deciding whether to introduce a new product line or employ a new marketing campaign are the responsibility of operational managers. 18) FALSE 18. Operational-level systems often answer "what-if" questions. 19) FALSE 19. Management-level systems do not support nonroutine decision making. 20) TRUE 20. The principal concern of strategic-level systems is to match changes in the external environment with existing organizational capability. 21) TRUE 21. Transaction processing systems are the basic business systems that serve the operational level of the organization. 22) FALSE
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2010 for the course IS 3003 taught by Professor Rao during the Spring '08 term at Texas San Antonio.

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