Management Information Systems Dissertation or Thesis by Writing Specialists

Management Information Systems
An in-depth look at competitive strategies for management information systems.
# 95726 | 18,990 words | 75 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This study examines management information systems and how they are used in both company settings based on Internet marketing strategies. According to the paper, in order to look at the differences in strategies, it is important that the management information systems are addressed, but even more important that strategy and competitive advantage are addressed. The paper addresses these issues through the means of an introductory chapter that details the issue and then goes on to review literature that details a great deal of information regarding strategy and competition. The paper aims to look forward to what management information systems should have been working toward in the past based on what is taking place currently, and what is expected for the future.

Table of Contents:
Statement of the Problem
Literature Review
McCarthy's Four Marketing Mix Model
Porter's Five Competitive Forces Model
Impact of the Internet on Marketing Mix and Competitive Forces
Product Strategy
Pricing Strategy
Promotion Strategy
Place Strategy
Choice of E-Business Strategies
Statistical Analysis
Data Collection
Subject Population

From the Paper:

"Even though asking these types of questions would not provide everything that might need to be known, the questions would go a long way toward a better understanding of what should be dealt with where management information systems are concerned and what issues the end users might have when it comes to these systems. These questions would also help management understand issues such as whether they are communicating effectively with their employees and whether employees feel as though they can talk to management."
"This may seem unrelated to the issue of management information systems, but employees that do not feel comfortable talking to management about one aspect of their job will likely not feel comfortable talking about any other aspect as well, and therefore the issue of comfort and communication relates to management information systems and many other issues that might relate in some way to the communication level that takes place between management and employees in the course of their jobs."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • " is Adding a Warehouse," The New York Times, January 8, 1999.
  • Alavi, M., Kayworth, T.R., & Leidner, D.E. (2006, Winter). An empirical examination of the influence of organizational culture on knowledge management practices. Journal of Management Information Systems, 22(3).
  • Aron, R., Clemons, E.K., & Reddi, S.P. (2005, Fall). Just right outsourcing: understanding and managing risk. Journal of Management Information Systems, 22(2).
  • Ba, S., Stallaert, J., Whinston, A.B., & Zhang, H., (2005, Spring). Choice of transaction channels: the effects of product characteristics on market evolution. Journal of Management Information Systems, 21(4).
  • Bakos, Y. "The Emerging Role of Electronic Marketplaces on the Internet," Communications of the ACM, 41(8), August 1998, pp. 35-42.

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"Management Information Systems" 31 May 2007. Web. 10 December. 2019. <>