A comprehensive text/sourcebook providing essential information on the theory, design, and application of management information and control systems. Covers relevant theoretical concepts drawn from organizational, behavioural, quantitative, and communication theories, and from the concepts of management information. Helps managers understand the nature of power and the human implications of its use. Stresses the need for managers to effect change rather than just react to it.
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
Table of Contents
Information and Decision.
Systems and Control.
The Human Aspects of Systems.
The Management Control Process.
Data Processing Technology.
The System Development Process.
Evolving Information Systems.
Managing Information Systems.