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Management Information Systems
An explanation of the concepts of management information systems in a clear elaborate manner.
# 6557 | 1,585 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 | IN
Published on Feb 08, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems)

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This paper defines the basics of management information systems as well as their characteristic features. It lists the management information systems features and describes how they help the user and manager in organizations. It also details the requirements for a successful management information system and how to successfully implement them in a company/organization.

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"'The accelerating complexities of modern organization demands new dimensions in modern management.Perhaps the most profound & promising of these dimension is the utilization of more advanced system.These system are gradually changing the whole process of management in more than one way.One of these systems is called management information system.M/S is a combination of men machine & procedures for collection consistent & right information from the internal & external source of an organization,& processing this information for the purpose of facilitating the process of decision making.The use of computer has added more dimension such as speed & accuracy to the management information system.M/s an be divided into three parts which are apparent from its name only.Each of these three parts has got its own functions & concept which together forms the idea of m/s.The first part of m /s is management.It comprise the activities of the managers in an organization such as planing, organization initiating & controlling the operation.One fundamental prerequisite to each of these process is the process of decision making.Thus the management concept of information.Information consist of data that have been retrieved,processed or otherwise used for informative or inference purposes,argument,or as a basis of force casting or decision making.System is the next part of m/s & it can be describe d simply as a set of elements joined together to achieve a common objective.Thus,the organization by connecting the operation subsystems through the medium of information exchange which is the common object of the organization's work force."

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