09GM21 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Course Instructor : Ms.R.Sujatha e-mail : [email protected] Course Description This course addresses issues that arise in dealing with managing „information‟ as a business resource. As an introduction to the field of Management Information Systems (MIS), the topics covered deal with computer technologies, information system development, and impact of information systems on business at various levels, from personal information systems to organization information architectures. The course covers both technical and managerial aspects of MIS. Course Objectives The major objectives of the course is to make the students able to Assess the current role of IS in an organization and propose new IS to meet organizational objectives Distinguish various types of business information systems existing in organizations Understand and discuss the current technical and managerial issues regarding networking and telecommunications technology; Be familiar with major information system applications that can be applied to decision making related to business management Text Book  James A O‟Brien, George M Marakas and Ramesh Behl, “Management Information Systems”, Ninth Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi, 2010 Reference Books  Ken Laudon, Jane Laudon, Rajanish Dass, “Management Information System”, Eleventh Edition, Pearson Publication, 2010  Effy Oz, “Management Information Systems”, Cengage Learning India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2008  Raymond Mcleod, Jr.George P.Schell, “Management Information Systems”, Tenth Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall Publication, New Delhi, 2008  Leonard Jessup, Joseph Valacich, “Information Systems Today – Managing in the Digital World”, Third Edition, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2008 Session Plan Session 1. 8th Nov Discussion Topic Introduction to MIS Readings
Information Systems in Business : Types of Information Systems, Challenges of Information Technology, Components...
...Banh Mi Thit
My favorite snacks are called "bánh mì thịt” from colonial French rule, the baguette is now firmly rooted in the Vietnamese culture. You’ll find almost every Vietnamese restaurant here in town carry a version of this sandwich. Filled with Western ingredients like pâté and butter but with an Asian twist consisting of the variety of meats, pickled vegetables and chili peppers; “bánh mì thịt” literally mean “bread and meat” is an awesome anytime snack. For some odd reason I like to travel the extends, just to get all the ingredients, to make bánh mì thịt the way I would enjoy. First, I drove all the way to Lee Sandwich in Chandler, obtain the plain baguettes because they are the best in the area. I had tried many baguette in our local oriental markets here in town but they lack the quality and pristine of its originated. Next, I drove to Me Cong market in Mesa to acquire all the ingredients needed. There, I got Vietnamese pickled vegetable in a jug that consist of thin slices Carrot and Radish, one pound of pork shoulder cut, pâté in the cans, Maggi soy sauces, and cilantro. Then, the best part of all, after going through a great length, to get all the ingredients to create bánh mì thịt, is to make it. The smell of cooking pork on the grill plus the aroma of bread heating up in the oven can't be describe but just mouth-watering. Finally, everything has cooked and prepare. The baguette is...
...Mi Ultimo Adios message to the FILIPINO PEOPLE
Mi Ultimo Adios message to the YOUTH
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Now, as a youth; the Filipino nation had not been able to reproduce a son who could hold a candle to the standard of heroism, intellectuality and morality which he had raised. There had been a plethora of great personages, warriors, intellectuals and martyrs all, who had cropped up before, during, and after Rizal. Yet for all their luminescence, these heroes have always scrambled for the scraps of attention which trickle out of Rizal's brimming image in the eyes of his people. With regards to their individual fame and prestige, men such as Bonifacio, Mabini, and del Pilar must always play second fiddle to the man dubbed by his contemporaries as “The Great Malayan.”
Rizal would probably deplore the current situation, indeed. Whereas the youth of Rizal were as ripened apples dangling from a very tall tree, yet nonetheless ready for the picking, the youth of today may be likened to stunted apples, which are not only hard to pick, but are also useful not for making pies, but in feeding pigs aptly named “colonial mentality” and “indifference”. Precisely the monsters that Rizal wanted to combat during his time.
But where there is desperation, there is always hope. All that one needs to do in light of the situation is remember that Rizal, the foremost genius of the Filipinos, was once a child too. And as a boy, he left behind an...
...Mi Ultimo Adios was the farewell poem of Rizal that originally had no title and was unsigned. This was believed as Rizal’s last will because he wrote it on the night before he was executed. Also through this poem, Rizal was giving his last message to his countrymen. For him, offering his life was the best way he could show his love for the country. Even he was going to die, he was not resentful instead he challenged the each of the Filipinos to serve and love our country. However he was also hopeful that his death would serve as inspiration to everyone. He encouraged the youth to continue to dream and fulfill it.
The poem 'My Last Farewell' was Jose Rizal's patriotic goodbyes, first to his country, his family and above all to his Heavenly Father. To his country he said, 'With gladness do I give you my life.' He tried to comfort his parents and dear ones with these lines: 'I'll go where there are no slaves, tyrants or hangmen; where faith does not kill and where God alone does reign.' The last line of the poem says: 'To die is to rest.'
Mi Ultimo Adios was the farewell poem of Rizal that originally had no title and was unsigned. This was believed as Rizal’s last will because he wrote it on the night before he was executed. Also through this poem, Rizal was giving his last message to his countrymen. For him, offering his life was the best way he...
...GROUP 4 ANALYSIS OF THE POEM, “Mi Ultimo Adios”
We choose to analyze the poem “Mi Ultimo Adios” by Jose P. Rizal with the use of both “historical and sociological approach” since both of these approaches is somewhat interrelated in the sense that they both viewed literature as a reflection and an expression of man’s feeling within a given social situation and it is also a product of circumstances undertaken by an individual.
We strongly believe that these two approaches are the keys to have a better understanding and appreciation of the poem since it flashes back the timeline and the historical situation in which this poem written.
The poem My Last Farewell can be analyzed under historical and sociological approaches because this historical piece of literature was written by Rizal during his imprisonment under the oppression of the Spaniards. It was written in Fort Santiago a night before his execution at Luneta Park. That’s the reason why the poem is entitled “Mi Ultimo Adios” which literally mean My Last Farewell. This famous literary piece was written due to the given social situation where in he witnessed the slavery, cruelty and brutality towards his beloved fellowmen. Rizal expresses his willingness to die for his motherland and bids goodbye to his love ones, his country and to all people whom he cared for. He wishes that the youth...
...Khan, our honorable faculty, for his valuable counseling towards the improvement of the project. Without his encouragement this would have been impossible.
Table of Contents:
Abstract, Bibliography pg. 03
Introduction pg. 04
MIS in Health Sector pg. 07
MIS in Automobile Industry pg. 13
MIS in Educational Sector pg. 17
MIS in Telecommunication Industry pg. 21
Conclusion pg. 28
Appendix pg. 29
The role of Management Information Systems is described and analyzed in light of its capability for decision making. Decision making process and its impact on top level management in a business organization is explained with an emphasis on automated decision making. Limitations and challenges of MIS in few different types of corporations of Bangladesh are discussed below.
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What Is a Management Information System?
A management information system (MIS) is a set of systems and procedures that gather information from a range of sources, compile it and present it in a readable format. Managers use an MIS to create reports that provide them with a comprehensive overview of all the information they need to make decisions ranging from daily minutiae to top-level strategy. Today's management information systems rely largely on technology to compile and present data, but the concept is older than modern computing technologies.
A management information system gives the business managers the information that they need to make decisions. Early business computers were used for simple operations such as tracking inventory, billing, sales, or payroll data, with little detail or structure. Over time, these computer applications became more complex, hardware storage capacities grew, and technologies improved for connecting previously isolated applications. As more data was stored and linked, managers sought greater abstraction as well as greater detail with the aim of creating significant management reports from the raw, stored data. Originally, the term "MIS" described applications providing managers with information about sales, inventories, and other data that would help in managing the enterprise.
You Use a Management Information System When You:
Use Facebook or Twitter
Place a call with your...
...A management information system (MIS) provides information that organizations require to manage themselves efficiently and effectively.
 Management information systems are typically computer systems used for managing five primary components:
3.) Data (information for decision making),
4.) Procedures (design,development and documentation), and
5.) People (individuals, groups, or organizations).
Management information systems are distinct from other information systems because they are used to analyze and facilitate strategic and operational activities.
A management information system gives the business managers the information that they need to make decisions. Early business computers were used for simple operations such as tracking inventory, billing, sales, or payroll data, with little detail or structure.Originally, the term "MIS" described applications providing managers with information about sales, inventories, and other data that would help in managing the enterprise. Over time, the term broadened to include: decision support systems, resource management and human resource management, enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise performance management (EPM), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), project management and database retrieval applications.
Management information systems provide a variety of information products to managers. Periodic Scheduled...
...Report on McDonalds¶
Information system and value chain
Yasir Ayaz Roll No.64
Mr. Tasawar Javed
Department of management sciences
The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
Report on McDonalds¶
Table of Content
McD Information System
Transaction Processing System (TPS)
System Decision Support (DSS)
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Made for You "system System
POS system "Scale of Points System
Hyperactive Bob system
Value Chain Analysis: McDonaldsÙ
Department of management sciences
The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
Report on McDonalds¶
McDonald's Corporation is the world's largest chain of fast food restaurants, serving nearly 47 million
customers daily. McDonald's primarily sells hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken products, French fries,
breakfast items, soft drinks, milkshakes, and desserts. Each McDonald's restaurant is operated by a
franchisee, an affiliate, or the corporation itself. The corporations' revenues come from the rent,
royalties and fees paid by the franchisees, as well as sales in company-operated restaurants. McDonald's
revenues grew 27% over the three years ending in 2007 to $22.8 billion, and 9% growth in operating
income to $3.9 billion.The business...