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eBook Essentials of Management Information Systems (8th Edition) ePub

by Jane P. Laudon,Kenneth C. Laudon

  • ISBN: 013602579X
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Jane P. Laudon,Kenneth C. Laudon
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pearson; 8 edition (January 7, 2008)
  • Pages: 512
  • ePub book: 1528 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1410 kb
  • Other: mobi doc lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 488

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I needed this book to get past my minor in Information Systems. I completed the course in no time at all. I learned much from it.

I needed this book to get past my minor in Information Systems.

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Author(s): Kenneth C. Laudon . Essentials of Management Information Systems (Paperback). Laudon, Jane P. ISBN: 013602579X (ISBN13: 9780136025795). Published January 13th 2011 by Pearson. 9th, Paperback, 414 pages. Author(s): Kenneth C. ISBN: 0136110991 (ISBN13: 9780136110996).

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Management Information Systems by Kenneth C. Laudon; Jane P. by Kenneth C. Laudon HC LikeNew. Studyguide for Essentials of Management Information Systems by Laudon, Jane, ISB.

Jane P. Laudon, Azimuth Information Systems. Laudon, New York University. Because each school is different and may have different missions and learning objectives, the authors will provide custom advice on how to use this text in their colleges. Learning Track Modules. The Learning Tracks feature gives instructors the flexibility to provide in-depth coverage of the topics they choose. Laudon is a professor of Information Systems at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Kenneth Laudon graduated from Stanford University and has a P. from Columbia University. Laudon's first book, Computers and Bureaucratic Reform: The Political Functions of Urban Information Systems (John Wiley and Sons, 1974) was an early study of the use of computers in government.

Chapter 1 Information Systems in Global Business Today. Problem:, Different kinds if IS in a firm work together, The challenge to get them all work together as one corporate system(information integration ), Solution: applications (systems) that span functional areas, focus on:, Execute, coordinate business process, Integrate group of process, Focus on management of resources and customer service.

Key Benefit: This brief text is ideal for courses on quarter systems and those that combine a MIS text with hands-on software, projects, or case studies. Key Topics: These authoritative authors continue to define the MIS course by emphasizing how business objectives shape the application of new information systems and technologies and integrating a career orientation that demonstrates the relevance of information systems to all business students regardless of their major. Market: For introductory undergraduate courses in Information Systems taught in MIS, IS, CIS, Business and Management departments.

Comments

MrCat MrCat
I wanted to give this book a fair review; so I made the decision to read six chapters before writing this. The textbook is filled with redundant definitions to key terms, complicated diagrams/graphs that do not make sense, and typographical errors(spelling mistakes) EVERYWHERE. I've found at least 12 typos so far, and I'm on page 191. It seems like the authors were trying to save some money on editing...

For the new price of $175, and the used price of roughly $100, the book is a disgrace. With the amount of typos, confusing diagrams, and redundant definitions- this book is worth no more than 30 bucks. The simple fact that MIS professors(such as my own) are making their students use this textbook really speaks volumes about the incompetency of some of todays teachers.

An example of one of the definitions: "Data cleansing, consists of detecting and correcting data in a database that are incorrect..."

Correcting incorrect information, about data in a database? Could these definitions be ANY MORE redundant?

An example of one of the *common typos: "For example, if a guest asks a bell captain a question, the bell caption can access the information..."

Please...
Dolid Dolid
This book is one of the worst I've had to use in recent memory. Outdated with somewhat interesting yet detached case studies. The technical information is too basic to be of any use and the management topics can be better learned in an introductory management class. Instead of properly explaining the value and true uses of information systems in business the book merely seems to repeat that IS can be utilized to gain a competitive advantage.
Dangerous Dangerous
Just as expected. Great item.
Ffleg Ffleg
Item as described. Smooth transaction.
Kare Kare
I needed this book to get past my minor in Information Systems. I completed the course in no time at all. I learned much from it.
Irostamore Irostamore
just what it say it is, no problems, marks or missing pages.
Zadora Zadora
The person whom it ordered this for nevr got it. I have tried to track this for a while to no avail.
The book was ok but a little bit outdated. my online class should have used a recent edition. it did have a lot of information.