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Management of Information Systems

Management functions were developed first as a systematic step to carry out management activities, while implementation of the information components followed as part of management elements. The authors point out that the use of the possibilities and advantages of quantitatively supported managerial decisions gives managers the ability to quantify the impacts of both technical (hard) and subjective (soft) constraints and improve managerial decision-making processes that would otherwise be based mostly on personal intuition and experience. To achieve the goals and benefits of excellent performance, it is necessary to design and develop integrated models that would coordinate management functions and information system components as an integrated process. These facts are presented in various case studies.

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Management of Information SystemsEdited by Maria Pomffyova

Published: October 24th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68966

ISBN: 978-1-78984-198-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-197-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-364-2

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

14793 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

8 Web of Science Citations

16 Dimensions Citations


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1. Management Functions of Information System Components as an Integration Model

By Boy Subirosa Sabarguna


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2. Decision Support Systems

By Maria Rashidi, Maryam Ghodrat, Bijan Samali and Masoud Mohammadi


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3. Developing the EBS Management Model to Assist SMEs to Evaluate E-Commerce Success

By Mingxuan Wu, Ergun Gide and Rod Jewell


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4. Some Methods for Evaluating Performance of Management Information System

By Khu Phi Nguyen and Hong Tuyet Tu


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5. An Enterprise Computer-Based Information System (CBIS) in the Context of Its Utilization and Customer Satisfaction

By Azmat Ullah, Fahad Algarni and Rajiv Khosla


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6. Digital Leadership

By Mohan R Tanniru


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7. The Role of Information Systems in Human Resource Management

By Marlene Sofia Alves e Silva and Carlos Guilherme da Silva Lima


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8. Decision-Making Problems in Sociotechnical Systems

By Igor Petukhov and Luydmila Steshina


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9. Information and Information Technologies in Conflict Management

By Andrei Aleinikov, Daria Maltseva, Alexander Kurochkin and Tatiana Koulakova


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10. Management of Program Projects in Conditions of Unstable Development Teams

By Igor Nikolayevich Skopin


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11. A Hybrid Model for Optimizing the Municipal Public Budget

By Plácido Rogerio Pinheiro, Teresa Cristina Neves de Pinho, Pedro Gabriel Calíope Dantas Pinheiro and Mirian Calíope Dantas Pinheiro


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12. Management of Educational Needs of Employees in the Electronics Industry Using English e-Learning Website Programs

By Paul Juinn Bing Tan and Ming-Hung Hsu


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13. CREAMINKA: An Intelligent Ecosystem for Supporting Management and Information Discovery in Research and Innovation Fields in Universities

By Juan Pablo Salgado Guerreo, Daniel Pulla Sánchez, Jorge Galán Mena, Vladimir Robles Bykbaev, Verónica Cevallos León Wong and Adrián Narváez-Pacheco


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14. Geological-Geotechnical Database from Standard Penetration Test Investigations Using Geographic Information Systems

By Juliana Vieira dos Santos, Stephanie Thiesen and Rafael Augusto dos Reis Higashi


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15. A Few Processor Cache Architectures

By Srinivasan Subha


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