Structure of IS

Structure of IS - 1 Management Information Systems...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Management Information Systems Structure of Management Information Systems Jerry Fjermestad Copyright 1998-1999 2 PART I The Physical Components of MIS Types of Organizational Information Systems Information for Management A. Attributes of quality information B. Internal vs external information Management Reporting Systems (MRS) A. Characteristics of MRS B. Reporting by MRS 3 PART I Decision Support Systems (DSS) Executive Information Systems Expert Systems Informational Support of Management Levels of Planning & Control A. Operations Planning & Control B. Tactical Planning & Control C. Long-term Strategic Planning & Control 4 PART I Functional Deparmentation & MIS A. Organizational Structure B. Information support of a functional area: Marketing MIS support to Management 5 PART II The Role of MIS The Evolving Systems Function Conclusion Introduction to Information Systems Development What is systems analysis and design? Tools for Systems Development 6 The Physical Components of MIS Hardware Software Database Personnel Procedures Z -1998 Figure 2.7 7 A Networked Information System: Three-Tier Architecture Corporate Headquarters Finance Production Marketing and Sales Corporate Databases Mainframe Divisional Databases Divisional Minicomputers with Divisional Databases Local Area Network: PCs with Local Databases Salesforce Notebooks Regional Office Work- stations Plant Minicomputers Telecommunications Link 8 A Downsized Networked Information System: Client/Server Architecture LAN LAN WAN Client PCs Workgroup Server Database Server Client PCs Enterprise Computer (Central Server) 9 10 Types of Organizational Information Systems Z-1992 Table 3.2 p84 Z-1992 Fig 3.2 p85 11 12 13 Information for Management A. Attributes of quality information Z-1992 Table 3.3 p 86; Z-1998 2.1 B. Internal vs external information Internal- information for TPS, MRS, DSS, OIS External- information for DSS, EIS Organizational advantage is gained from external data 14 15 Information for Management sources of data are: sales volume of competitor Customer profiles Questionnaire data (focus groups) Demographic data Z-1992 Table 3.4 p87; Z-1998 2.2 Boundary spanning role Daft and Weick Model Time horizon: past, present & future 16 17 Management Reporting Systems (MRS) Objective: provide lower & middle management operational control information monthly/weekly performance reports attendance reports sales reports inventory reports 18 19 Management Reporting Systems (MRS) A. Characteristics of MRS Designed by MIS, large & complex, multiple users & DB's Support highly structured queries, stable DO NOT necessarily support decision making; provide information for structure decisions Oriented on past & present Have limited analytical capabilities; summaries Report on internal organization operations 20...
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