Management Information System

Management Information System

Duration: 24-40 Hours

Purpose of the MIS:

  • Give managers feedback about their own performance
  • monitor the company as a whole
  • shows "actual" data over against "planned" results
  • measures progress against goals Most of reports generates computerized automatically at periodic intervals. Routine reports are pre-programmed and run at some intervals or on demand.

Roles of the MIS:

  • Satisfies the diverse needs through variety of systems
  • Strategic planning, management control, operational control and transaction processing
  • Helps them further in decision-making at the operation level to correct an out of control situation
  • Top level management in goal setting, strategic planning and evolving the business plans and their implementation
  • Generation, communication, problem identification and helps in the process of decision-making

Key Learning Points:

  • Provide 360 degree view of the information technology (IT) management function to identify potential management blind spots and improvement areas
  • Discuss IT management insights from the world's most successful CIOs
  • Learn how to analyze, plan, and implement IT strategies using IT management and e-business frameworks, best practices, and decision making models
  • Offer experiential analysis of the challenges of CIOs, CTOs and their IT teams in implementing the IT strategies, architectures and systems
  • Develop work-based IT initiatives based on a set of issues, resources and business environment
  • Cover the "know-how" to manage enterprise-wide management information systems (MIS)
  • Create a practical framework for planning and controlling enterprise information systems
  • Explore MIS subsystems and technologies including hardware, software and networking
  • The course emphasizes IT management decision-making. It does not cover in-depth technology engineering or programming topics