Management information systems

  title={Management information systems},
  author={Charles H. Kriebel},
  journal={Journal of mental health administration},
  volume={8 1},
  • C. H. Kriebel
  • Published 1970
  • Education
  • Journal of mental health administration
In his introductory remarks, Professor Kriebel emphasized the popularity of the MIS topic, as well as the variety of opinions about its usefulness. He noted that the Society of Management Information Systems is about a year old, with a charter membership of 1000. In the selection of speakers he had avoided members of the academic community in favor of professionals from the business world, to tell it as it is, not as we wish to think it is. 
Management Information Systems: Evolution and Status
Educational Management Information Systems For The Seventies
Modern systems theory tells us that the manner in which infor mation is used is a key determiner of organizational function. There is always an information system, whether it is formal, infor mal, or
Information overload: causes and solutions in management information systems
overload is a widely recognized phenomenon in today's society. The role of management information systems in this problem is not addressed much in literature as a stand alone subject. This paper
Management information systems professionals—The requirement to be true Renaissance people within the organization
This paper suggests that, as opposed to only being highly technical individuals as they are often viewed, MIS professionals must have a knowledge of various business functions and the nature of the related decision making timeframes plus draw on and blend knowledge and skills originating in a number of academic areas.
MIS: Conceptual Framework, Criticisms, And Major Requirements for Success
Decision-making plays a major role in managerial objectives. Management Information Systems (MIS), a computer-based formal plan which creates, stores, and retrieves information, allows managers to
Which Theory Applies: An Analysis of Information Systems Research
Research in information systems has rapidly expanded during its relatively brief existence. IT offers organizations a fundamental decisionenhancing environment that extends new opportunities,
A comprehensive overview of the major IT theories is provided and their theoretical fundamentals are reviewed to help explain and predict end-user use of technologies.
A review of frameworks for classification of information systems , notably on the Anthony ’ s Triangle
Three other models, namely the corporate information factory model, the e-Business Application Architecture and the Information Technology Portfolio model, are considered that have relevance for classifying information systems in an organized way.
Review of Farm Management Information Systems (FMIS)
There have been considerable advancements in the field of MIS over the years, and it continues to grow and develop in response to the changing needs of the business and marketing environment.
The valuing of management information. Part IV: A practical approach
The methods of valuation discussed in the first three articles of the series are linked into a practical methodology in the context of the types of information and their place in the organization.


  • R. Pearl
  • Computer Science
    The American Naturalist
  • 1914
To have a multimodal biometric system like a combination of fingerprint, retinal prints and so on, will not only avoid problems arising due to hacking of single point data but can also be useful in situations where one parameter cannot be used for one or the other reason.
2 semester credit hours) Issues in current information systems research. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Instructor consent required
  • MIS 7220 Colloquium in Management Information Systems
Decision Support) 19 8/5/08 Lab (Decision Support) 20 8/6/08 Lab (Decision Support) DSS assignment is due at the END of the class period Decision
  • Lab
  • Kunsoo Han EDUCATION
Shariffah Zamoon Education
  • Shariffah Zamoon Education
as topics vary (3 semester credit hours maximum) JSOM Internship Coordinator consent required
  • as topics vary (3 semester credit hours maximum) JSOM Internship Coordinator consent required
Full-Time Faculty Instructional Load Credits includes load credit given to full-time faculty for instructional activity, including thesis, indept study, instructional load, lab, practicum, other
  • 10.12, and 10.12.1 of the CSU-AAUP Contract
1-4 semester credit hours) May be lecture, readings, or individualized study. May be repeated for credit as topics vary
  • MIS 6V99 Special Topics in Management Information Systems
University of Minnesota, 1978 PRIMARY INTEREST AREAS Information systems development; Information systems management; Application prototyping
  • Telecommunications CURRENT RESEARCH Impacts of telecommunications changes MAJOR PUBLICATIONS J.D. Naumann. Instructors Guide for Personal Productivity with Information Technology, (forthcoming)
  • 1971
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