Foundations of Information Systems

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McGraw-Hill College, 1998 - Business & Economics - 695 pages
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The text is written for the Management Information Systems course taught either at undergraduate level in the Junior year, or at MBA-level. Many students will NOT be MIS majors, but need to know what IS can do for them as managers. Vladimir Zwass is a distinguished and respected author in the MIS field.

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Small Vineyard Staying Smart
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How Executives Use
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