Midterm Review - Chapter 1 The Modern Organization in the...

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4/1/11 Chapter 1 The Modern Organization in the Global,
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4/1/11 Globalization Integration of economies throughout the world manifested in changes to economies, cultures and technologies .
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4/1/11
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4/1/11 Great Convergence We are in a convergence of three powerful, technological forces: (1) Cheap and ubiquitous computing devices (2) Low-cost, high bandwidth (3) Open standards In essence, we have computing everywhere and anywhere, anytime and al
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4/1/11 Importance Of IS/IT Global Impacts of IS/IT New markets, new competitors, new customers, outsourcing (offshoring), impacts middle class in developed nations, digital divide Organizational impacts of IS/IT May be necessary to change business models and strategies Use IT to help alleviate business pressures Large investments over long periods of
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4/1/11 IT versus IS IT is the technological device IS Involve tasks, systems, people and data that needs to be collected, stored, analyzed, & processed into actionable information and disseminated to right people Management information systems (MIS) deals with the planning for, development of, management of and use
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4/1/11 Business Processes Collection of related activities that produce a product or a service of value to the Digitally enabled business processes using IS may make a firm more efficient and effective
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4/1/11 Sample Business Processes Functional Area Business Processes Manufacturing and Production Assembling the product Quality Checking Producing Bills of Materials Sales and Marketing Identifying customers Making customers aware of the product Selling the product Finance and Accounting Paying creditors Issuing Lines of credit Creating Financial Statements Managing Cash Accounts Human Resources Posting Job Announcements Managing Benefits (Health, 401K, etc) Evaluating Job Performance
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4/1/11 Data-Information- Knowledge
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4/1/11 Chapter 2 Information Systems: Concepts and
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4/1/11 Capabilities of Information Systems Perform high-speed, high-volume numerical computations Provide
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