MIS Communication Essay

MIS Communication - Communication in Business 1 Running head COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS Communication in Business MIS Eric Johansson Communication

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Communication in Business 1 Running head: COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS Communication in Business MIS Eric Johansson Communication 1113 Instructor: Greg Miller University of Oklahoma
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Communication in Business 2 Management of Information Systems (MIS) is a growing career field that is constantly changing and businesses now rely heavily on their managers of these information systems. Communication plays a vital role for these managers so they can clearly discuss the problems the business is experiencing and help to try to find a proper solution. Managers of information systems tend to work in groups to get informed with input from the employees of a business. He or she has to design or evaluate information systems that allows for efficient and effective user interaction(Bureau of Labor 2008-09ed). The only way to accomplish such a task is to work with a number or employees and agree on a suitable solution that will help the business work more effectively. The primary goal of management information systems is to effectively design computer systems to help employees of businesses operate smoothly and efficiently. Managers of information systems do everything from planning network configurations and Internet operations to constructing the businesses plans. MIS professionals have a broad knowledge of technology along with business issues, and they apply these principals to use technology to advance organizations. A degree in MIS takes a broad knowledge of studies from fields such as computer science, cognitive science, psychology and sociology, economics, business, law, library/information studies, communications, data structures, database management, microeconomics, human resources management, finance, managerial accounting, policy,
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course COMM 1113 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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MIS Communication - Communication in Business 1 Running head COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS Communication in Business MIS Eric Johansson Communication

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