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Busimis 2 - Classic M anagement Pyr amid Toplevel managers...

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Classic Management Pyramid Top-level  Top-level  managers managers Middle-level  Middle-level  managers managers Low-level  Low-level  managers managers Strategic Strategic Tactical Tactical Operational Operational
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Strategic Level Management This level of management focuses on the planning functions of the organization.
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Tactical Level Management At this level, management focuses on organizing and staffing to carry out the visions of top- level managers.
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Operational Level Management The focus of this level of management is on directing and controlling workers to perform the planned activities.
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Management Information Systems (MIS) MIS is a set of formal business systems designed to provide information for decision making.
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Flattened Management Pyramid Top-level  Top-level  managers managers Low and  Low and  Middle-level  Middle-level  managers managers Workers Workers Strategic Strategic Tactical Tactical Operational Operational
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Impact of Groupware The introduction of groupware has contributed to the flattening of the management pyramid. Fewer lower- and middle- managers are needed in an organization that is information- driven and supports team-based projects.
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Impact of Teamwork Networks and groupware help to organize employees into task- focused teams. Small-sized teams of highly skilled workers need fewer managers to dispense ideas and make decisions.
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Information Systems Applications
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Information Information is an organizational resource, which must be managed as carefully as other resources. Costs are associated with information processing. Information processing must be managed to take full advantage of its potential.
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New Technologies New technologies are being integrated into traditional systems: Ecommerce uses the Web to perform business activities. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) has the goal of integrating many different information systems within the corporation.
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