Management Information Systems: Solving Business Problems with Information Technology

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Irwin, 1997 - Computers - 725 pages
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This text focuses on how managers apply management information systems to solve business problems and improve their organizations. It addresses the use information technology to improve management and addresses the question throughout of how can management information systems help managers improve their organization's performance in the business environment. The text features chapter openings that include cases to illustrate the concepts exlpored in the chapter; boxed items that have real-world brief cases and discussions illustrating problems and solutions; and a manager's view relating the chapter contents to managers and how IT can improve management.

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Why Information Technology Is Important
Altering the Rules

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About the author (1997)

Gerald Post teaches at the University of the Pacific.

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