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  • Management Information Systems
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Hardware Software Databases Networks Other related components are used to build INFORMATION SYSTEMS Payroll System Inventor y System Marketin g System Custome r Service System IS Vs IT
  • Information System Resources Information Systems Resources And Products People Resources Hardware Resources Software Resources Data Resources Network Resources Information Products
  • The Role of MIS Executive  Systems Planning  Data Center Management & Operations  Management of Remote Equipment  Identification of Opportunities for New Systems  Systems Analysis, Design, and Construction of New Systems  Distributed Systems: The migration of equipment to user areas and control (selection, purchase, and ownership). Standards sometimes set by IS department
  • The CIO's Responsibilities  Understand the business: products, markets & customers  Establish credibility of the systems department: responsiveness to needs and requests  Increase the technological maturity of the organization: "Make it easier to take advantage of computer and telecommunications applications,” Spend money, keep up with technology and applications
  • The CIO’s  Create a vision and sell it: Create a goal for the use of IT within the Organization and sell the goal to others (The Marketing of IT)  Implement a systems architecture that will support the vision and the company in the future. This is perhaps the most difficult responsibility (the Tech, and the Paradigm keep changing).
  • The CIO  Understand the Business  Environmental Scanning: Find out what is happening in the market place  Concentrate on the lines of the business  Sponsor weekly briefings  Attend industry meetings with line executives  Read industry publications  Hold informal listening sessions  Become a partner with the line manager
  • The CIO  Concentrate on Lines of Business  Example: GM sells cars, parts and financing. Each is a different line of the business, and each would required different systems.  support current operations  use system to influence future ways of working
  • Increase Technological Maturity In a technologically mature organization both the organization and the employees are comfortable using and managing the technology. ◦ Ease of use ◦ use in intended ways ◦ have a good attitude to it ◦ have control over it
  • Types of IS Organizational Design  Centralized – IS applications and resources housed, managed, and controlled centrally  Decentralized – business units have complete control of their own IS resources  Federal – attempt to achieve benefits of both centralized and decentralized  Customized – mixed design in large enterprises where each division determines best design for that division
  • Organization design depends on  How rest of business is organized  Type of customer markets, products, and geographical spread  Role of IT within the organization  Reporting level of most senior IS leader  Types of technologies managed by IS organization
  • IS Evaluation Criteria  Meeting business objectives  Responding rapidly and economically to new needs  Expanding business or services  Developing an architecture and plan  Operating reliable and efficient technology resources  Focusing on the customer  Providing quality IS staff  Reducing size of backlog  Satisfying users  Adopting new technologies
  • Senior IS Management Issues  Improving data and IT planning, especially linking IS to the business  Gaining business value through IT  Facilitating organizational learning about and through IT  Refining the IS unit’s role and position  Guiding systems development by business managers  Managing organizational data as an asset  Measuring IS effectiveness  Integrating information technologies  Developing systems personnel
  • Campus Overview 907/A Uvarshad, Gandhinagar Highway, Ahmedabad – 382422. Ahmedabad Kolkata Infinity Benchmark, 10th Floor, Plot G1, Block EP & GP, Sector V, Salt-Lake, Kolkata – 700091. Mumbai Goldline Business Centre Linkway Estate, Next to Chincholi Fire Brigade, Malad (West), Mumbai – 400 064.