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  • 1. Components of EIS
  • 2. Components of EIS
    • P = Set of People in an organization.
    • A = Set of Activities taking place.
    • S = Set of Systems present in the organization.
    • In addition, the universal set represents the environment the organization has to operate in. = Organizational Environment (  )
  • 3. Components of EIS
  • 4. Components of EIS
    • a. People.
    • During an EISs development project and the system’s subsequent usage, people are the main element that determines the success of the system.
  • 5. Components of EIS
    • Set of People in the organization that are not involved in EISs development activities, and are not users of the resulting EIS.(P 1 )
    • People involved in the development process, but are not users of the system .(P 2 )
    • People actively involved in the development of the system and are also users of the system .(P 3 )
    • People not involved in the development process but are users of the system .(P 4 )
  • 6. Components of EIS
    • b. Activities.
    • The second part of the framework includes activities or procedures that typically take place in an organization.
  • 7. Components of EIS
    • c. Systems.
    • This comprises any information systems that the organization utilizes to carry out its operations.
    • The existing infrastructure can place limitations and constraints on EISs and influence the success by which these systems are employed.
  • 8. Components of EIS
    • This subset represents organizational activities not directly related to EISs which could nevertheless influence the development or use of EISs. (A I )
    • This subset represents EISs development efforts. These are the activities that directly contribute towards the development of an EIS.(A II )
    • This subset of activities represents Post-implementation efforts.(A III )
  • 9. Components of EIS
    • S a = Various other systems operational in the organization.
    • S b = This subset of the systems in the organization represents Executive Information Systems applications operational in the organization.
    • S c = This subset of systems includes enhancements on, or expansions to the initial EIS implementation.