MIS Cases: Decision Making with Application Software
Appropriate for any course introducing management information systems from a business perspective. This casebook will serve as an ideal complement to most MIS/CIS textbooks. Designed to demonstrate how software can support managerial decision-making activities, this casebook features 24 cases (more than another casebook currently on the market) covering a wide range of functional areas throughout the business, including finance/accounting, HR, production, and information systems. The cases are spread across three difficulty levelsbasic, intermediate, and advanced. They present common managerial issues and problems, and encourage students to actually use their models to make decisions for the cases characters. They require students to apply spreadsheet, database, Web-page development, and/or presentation graphics software, often in an integrated manner. Many of the cases require students to prepare both written and oral presentations on their solutions. Among the topics covered in MIS Cases: Decision Making with Application Software Second Edition: forecasting, inventory decisions, what-if analyses, pricing strategies, billing decisions, and much more.
Author: M Lisa Miller
Edition: (Edition: 2)
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Release Date: 2004-03-01