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A manager"s complete guide to effective information systems

a questionnaire approach

by Robert J. Thierauf

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Published by Free Press, Collier Macmillan in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Management information systems.,
  • Auditing, Internal.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementRobert J. Thierauf.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT58.6 .T48 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 294 p. :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3187015M
    ISBN 100029330203
    LC Control Number83048136

    Speed and performance improvements will collapse the time and distance that now separate people who could benefit from working together. Last Modified Date: Wednesday, September 4, What They Do The What They Do tab describes the typical duties and responsibilities of workers in the occupation, including what tools and equipment they use and how closely they are supervised. To keep track of these burgeoning operations, they are hiring middle managers in droves. Going back to our reference to systems, resources are input to the system. Obtains prespecified aggregations of data in the form of standard reports. Number of Jobs, The employment, or size, of this occupation inwhich is the base year of the employment projections.

    As growth slowed in the late s and s, and competition became intense, the effect of information technology became evident. Extending: The goal should stretch the performer's capabilities. Associate Responsibilities and Time Lines With Each Objective Responsibilities are assigned, including for implementation of the plan, and for achieving various goals and objectives. If you the budget cutter would like me to change these assumptions, I would be glad to generate a new budget. So we were looking at the computer from a human and managerial—not a data processing—point of view.

    The phases are carried out carefully or -- in some cases -- intuitively, for example, when planning a very small, straightforward effort. Have supervisors meet with their direct reports in one-on-one meetings every month This ultimately produces more efficient time management and supervision. Optical storage media, similar to the compact-disk technology that is used today to store music, will hold much more information than is possible today and will retrieve information much more quickly. Whisler: In our predictions, we focused on the influence of information technology, although we knew that other factors also affected organization structure.


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When we turn to research to see what technical breakthroughs are on the horizon, as Leavitt and Whisler did, we find that the horizon itself has changed. Should more priority be placed on achieving the goals? Our year history of information technology use in organizations suggests that in the future managers must be much more actively involved in directing technology and managing its influence on organizations.

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His research and consulting concern long-range planning methods and the development and use of computer systems in organizations. However, there are basic approaches to delegation that, with practice, become the backbone of effective supervision and development. Estimates the consequences of proposed decisions.

Today there is a third option: technology-driven control systems that support the flexibility and responsiveness of a decentralized organization as well as the integration and control of a centralized organization. See D. The researchers gave the computer typed transcripts, containing 1, words, from a child in first grade, and it proceeded to read out loud.

In these ways, companies of the future will closely resemble professional service firms today. Projected Growth Rate The projected percent change in employment from to Instead of calculating renewal rates by hand, underwriters fill out coded input sheets for the system, which calculates a renewal rate based on a series of standard statistical and actuarial assumptions.

Going back to our reference to systems, strategies are processes in the system. Often, they don't want to risk giving authority to subordinates in case they fail and impair the organization.

Job descriptions tied to narrowly defined tasks will become obsolete. A managers complete guide to effective information systems book sort of overoptimism was A managers complete guide to effective information systems book in the history of almost every unsuccessful system in the sample.

This is true no matter what type of system. What level of shortfall do you suggest? People often have a chance to get involved with a broad range of responsibilities and therefore have a better understanding of the business as a whole. Evaluating decisions using a simulation model—a marketing decision system.

Do you need to know more about the Test Organization? In these cases, the system became an implicit arbiter between differing goals of various departments. Therefore, it's critical to write plans down and communicate them widely.

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