01IntroMIST - SUNY Maritime 1 Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 1 Introduction to the Course and

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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 1 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation Fall 2010 Classroom
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 2 What is ‘Management Information Systems in Transportation’? REMEMBER: ALL SYSTEMS DEPEND ON A BUSNESS PROCESS SYSTEMS = DEPENDENT VARIABLE BUSINESS PROCESS = INDEPENDENT VARIABLE THE DETERMINED BUSINESS PROCESS DETERMINES THE MIS NEEDED
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 3 Management Transportation Products Origin to Destination Meet Goals and Objectives Control of Resources Business System People Process Information Management Information Systems in Transportation (GIFT) PEOPLE = BASIS OF ALL SYSTEMS
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 4 Business drivers and critical questions S o c i a l , E n m P t F r e s I G w h Organizational Learning Competitive Forces C u p What do I need to know? When? How? How do I create Lasting relationships that drive high levels of mutual value? How do I Increase speed? Improve quality? Lower costs? S imultaneously and continually How do I attract and retain critical skills? How do I make money at all of this? How do I balance cooperation with competition?
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 5 Social, Economic, Political Context Competitive Forces Supplier Forces Customer Forces Growth Learning Values Vision Mission Goals Strategies Critical Success Factors Assets Key Performance Indicators Objectives Actions Business System People Process Information Reach (People) Range (Function) Behavior Value Risk Uncertainty frameworks Process Organization Application Data Technology Migration Investment IT Process Management Investment Decisions
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7 6 How can we learn about Management Information Systems in Transportation?
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SUNY Maritime 1. Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 02/02/11 TMGT 7200 Management Information Systems in Transportation C Sp7
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course MGMT 7100 taught by Professor Kwonbyun during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Albany.

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01IntroMIST - SUNY Maritime 1 Introduction to the Course and to Management Information Systems in Transportation 1 Introduction to the Course and

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