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Information Systems in Business

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ISBN-10: 0273600419

ISBN-13: 9780273600411

Edition: 1994

Authors: Mike Harry

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The aim of this text is to develop a framework for controlling and using information systems in organizations and to spell out the practical implications of this framework for the specification, design and implementation of information systems. central purpose and associated support systems (financial, personnel and so on) and which culminates in the high-level requirements of corporate strategy planning issues. addresses the manner of their development, in terms of problems and methodology. The text ends by bringing together all the strategic issues raised and ordering them into a systematic framework. practical work, self-testing questions, key words and a full bibliography. The text is comprehensive and aims to provide a coherent conceptual framework for the specification, design, implementation and exploitation of information systems. systems or business/management information technology courses at second year or above, final-year undergraduates on business/management studies courses taking an information systems option and postgraduate students on any business/management course.
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Book details

List price: $47.50
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Pitman Publishing
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

The Approach and Structure of the Book
Mini-case: BSW Windows
What is Information? Mini-case: hesitates - Britain over ERM
Systems Concepts
Mini-case: Changes at Norris Trainers
Data and Database Concepts
Mini-case: A simple commercial transaction?
Information and Management Systems
Mini-case: George Michaelson's first night shift
Information Systems Development: The Context
Mini-case: George Michaelson's first redundancy package
Information Systems Development Methods