Information Systems Essentials

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2008 - Business & Economics - 490 pages
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A concise, four-color IS concepts book with a lively, contemporary writing style at a student-friendly price. Information Systems Essentials Information Systems Essentials comes with more and better ancillaries than any other essentials text.. . An additional unique feature is the opening unit, explaining the benefit and impact of IS on each business career. This chapter addresses the frequently-cited problem of effectively showing students the relevance of this course.. . Information Systems Essentials includes the first nine chapters from Haag MIS 5e, representing what introductory MIS students should definitely know. An appendix includes the two XLMs from Haag MIS 5e: hardware/software and telecommunications.. .

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Stephen Haag is the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Director of the MBA program in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Prior to being Associate Dean, Stephen served as Chair of the Department of Information Technology and Electronic Commerce in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Stephen holds a B.B.A. and M.B.A. from West Texas State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington. Stephen has been teaching in the classroom since 1982 and publishing books since 1984.

Stephen is the coauthor of numerous books including "Interactions: Teaching English as a Second Language" (with his mother and father), "Information Technology: Tomorrow's Advantage Today" (with Peter Keen), "Excelling in Finance," and more than 40 books within the "I-Series." He has also written numberous articles appearing in such journals as Communications of the ACM, Soio-Economic Planning Siences, the International Journal of Systems Science, Managerial and Decision Economics, Applied Economics, and the Australian Journal of Management.

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