"An executive information system (EIS) is a type of management information system intended to facilitate and support the information and decision making needs of senior executives by providing easy access to both internal and external information relevant to meeting the strategic goals of the organization."
If you are reading this, you are most likely taking a course in information systems, but do you even know what the course is going to cover? When you tell your friends or your family that you are taking a course in information systems, can you explain what it is about? For the past several years, I have taught an Introduction to Information Systems course. The first day of class I ask my students to tell me what they think an information system is. I generally get answers such as “computers,” “databases,” or “Excel.” These are good answers, but definitely incomplete ones. The study of information systems goes far beyond understanding some technologies. Let’s begin our study by defining information systems.
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Almost all programs in business require students to take a course in something called information systems. But what exactly does that term mean? Let’s take a look at some of the more popular definitions. Formal information systems rely on procedures (established and accepted by organizational practice) for collecting, storing, manipulating, and accessing data in order to obtain information. Formal systems do not have to be computerized, but today they usually are. Informal information systems also exist within an organization (interpersonal networking, water cooler gossip, etc.)
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An information technology executive is a senior-level professional who supervises computerized information systems at an organization. Depending upon the size of the company, this individual may be focused on management and strategic planning, as is the case for vice-presidents and directors. At other organizations, he could be more heavily involved in on-site applications and troubleshooting, which is in line with the job duties of an information technology manager or supervisor. Any executive of this type will likely supervise and train others in effective and efficient protocols and procedures.
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Decision support systems (DSS) are interactive software-based systems intended to help managers in decision-making by accessing large volumes of information generated from various related information systems involved in organizational business processes, such as office automation system, transaction processing system, etc. DSS uses the summary information, exceptions, patterns, and trends using the analytical models. A decision support system helps in decision-making but does not necessarily give a decision itself. The decision makers compile useful information from raw data, documents, personal knowledge, and/or business models to identify and solve problems and make decisions.
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Many operational aspects of the organizations were being computerized in the early 1960s. To perform the applications such as order processing, billing, inventory control, payroll, and accounts payable Information systems was developed. Management Information Systems (MIS) main goal was to make information available in transaction processing systems so that management can take decisions and the information becomes useful for decision-making. Unfortunately, few MIS were successful but some was failure and the the major factor in their failure was the IT professionals of the time misunderstood the nature of managerial work. In process improvement people are an important factor, as its a people operated process that have the best ideas for its improvement. As long as an operator is asked in the right way knows how to improve who watches a process all day long. The trend to motivate operators to do their work in a better way has been for a long time in process improvement. Its wastage of time as output does not improve permanently through motivation.Integration of human knowledge into advisory systems acts as a solution for long-term process improvement.
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The existence of information integration initiatives fosters opportunities for development executive information systems. Executive information systems can utilizing data from the primary data owner for shows an organization's performance indicators. Knowledge about performance is expected to help decision making in level executive organization. The creation of an executive information system begins with collect various information from the owner of the primary data to in a data warehouse. The next step, done the process of data processing with the outcome of organizational performance. This organizational performance information is presented with an approach Dashboard in executive information systems
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Exams and assessments are a necessary part of your learning experience. The assessment process provides valuable feedback on how your learning is progressing and can influence the way you approach your study. Planning and preparing for exams - making sure you have all the information and support you need - is really important too. Understanding how these processes work will help you achieve the results you’re after.
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An information system collects, processes, stores, analyzes, and disseminates information for a specific purpose. Typically to provide a feedback mechanism to meet an objective. An information system is the basis for interaction between the user and the analyst. It is an open system that allows the inputs and facilitates the interaction with the user. It can be defined as a set of devices, procedures and operating systems designed around the user to produce information and communicate it to the user for planning, control and performance.
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Traditional approaches to project management have tended to focus on 'command and control' methods where a detailed, complex and fixed plan is created at the outset of the project. These methods do not suit software development projects where there is a need for rapid iterative planning and development cycles.
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