Management Information Systems for the Information Age
Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Information technology - 554 pages
This text provides a clearly focused overview of information systems, and is best suited to an MIS course where students have a lot of hands-on, problem-solving projects. It also examines the themes of electronic commerce and the way in which organizations use information systems.
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