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eBook Management information systems: A study of computer-based information systems ePub

by Raymond McLeod

  • ISBN: 0023794313
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Raymond McLeod
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Collier; 4th edition (1990)
  • Pages: 910
  • ePub book: 1889 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1481 kb
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4th ed. by Raymond McLeod. Published 1990 by Macmillan, Collier in New York, London. Management information systems. Includes bibliographical references.

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Human resource selection is an area where computer-based decision support holds great promise. A key component of the selection process is the face-to-face job interview. This paper describes an effort to develop a computer-based decision support system to assist the interviewer in evaluating job candidates. The described system uses behavioral anchors, descriptions of past behaviors that can provide useful references for evaluating different characteristics of a candidate. Management information systems (6th e.

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Systems Development 180 Chapter 8 Information in Action 272 PART 3 MANAGING INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY 239 Chapter9 . Documents Similar To McLeod - Management Information Systems, 10 e.

Systems Development 180 Chapter 8 Information in Action 272 PART 3 MANAGING INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY 239 Chapter9 Information Security 240 Chapter 10 Ethical Implications of Information Technology 260 Chapter 11 Decision Support Systems 280 PART PAECTS 305 Project? Everyday Technology Skills 306 Project 2 Web/HTML Project Using Microsoft® FrontPage 316 Project3 - Web/HTML Project Using Notepad 338 Project 4 Web/HTML Student Survey Form 348 Project Web/HTML Book Purchase Form 356 Project6 Spreadsheet Basics 364 Project? . .

Management Information Systems is recognized for logical organization and clear descriptions. Focusing on the Systems Concepts, introduced in Ch. 6, the Systems Approach is implemented throughout the rest of the text. Format Hardback 478 pages.

Today, as MIS students move into the workplace, managerial skills are becoming increasingly important, and MIS 8E provides this management orientation.

This text aims to show future managers how the computer can help them to solve business problems. Focusing on the role of managers within an organization, the text emphazises the development of computer-based information systems to support an organization's objectives and strategies. In this Sixth Edition, four new chapters - on international computer use, quality, ethics, and management of information technology - relate recent business trends to management information systems. A running case study illustrates MIS concepts in the realworld, and seven technical modules describe the tools of systems development. There is also updated coverage of multimedia, and four-colour design. It is designed for students on senior undergraduate and postgraduate courses in MIS.