Management Information Systems: Strategy and Action
The new edition of this MIS text retains the clear, readable writing style and managerial perspective of the first edition. A strategy-action theme, which focuses students on information systems goals, emphasizes the role of people in information systems, and balances technical with managerial issues, and is reinforced by boxed features and end-of-chapter case studies. The modular organization allows flexibility in customizing material in the text to fit course objectives, and there is an extensive support package.
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