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Introduction to MIS 1 Copyright © 1998-2002 by Jerry Post Introduction to MIS BUSI 100 Jerry Post
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Introduction to MIS 2 Outline What is MIS? Why MIS is Important? What are e-commerce and e-business? What do Managers do? Business & Technology Trends Re-engineering: Altering the Rules Management and Decision Levels An Introduction to Strategy Cases: Fast Food Industry Appendix: Finding Information
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Introduction to MIS 3 What is MIS? Information Data that has been put into a meaningful and useful context. Management Information System A combination of computers and people that is used to provide information to aid in making decisions and managing a firm. Information Technology (IT)
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Introduction to MIS 4 Goal of This Class How can MIS help you do your job? Understand the technology. Analyze business problems. An introduction to systems analysis. Identify types of problems that MIS can help solve through cases. Ability to classify problems. Know when to call for help.
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Introduction to MIS 5 Why is MIS Important? MIS affects all areas of business Manufacturing Accounting & Finance Human resources Marketing Performance evaluations—expectations
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Introduction to MIS 6 What are e-Commerce and e-Business Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Selling retail products to consumers Business-to-Business (B2B) Selling at the wholesale level to other businesses E-Business Using Internet technologies to conduct any level of business E-Commerce Intranets Most areas of MIS
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Introduction to MIS 7 What do Managers do? Traditional Organizing Planning Control Mintzberg Interpersonal Informational Decisional Luthans Traditional 50% Formal Communication 30% Networking 20%
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Introduction to MIS 8 Managers and professionals spend considerable time in meetings. Providing support for teamwork and group decisions is an important issues in MIS. Meetings
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Introduction to MIS 9 1 2 3 Making Decisions Methodology v Ad Hoc Decisions Decision Process Collect Data Identify Problems & Opportunities Make Choices
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Introduction to MIS 10 Importance of MISEveryone Uses ComputersTraditional Management IS budget as percent of revenue 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Aerospace Consumer Financial Industrial Manuf.
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