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EndofChapteronenotesStartofChapterTwoNotes.pdf MGT 3180

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Management of Information Systems
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These are the end of Chapter One notes and the start of chapter two notes. They were taken on 9/7/15.
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Date Created: 09/09/15
9715 Continuation of Chapter One Industrial Age BlueCollar Workers worked with things to produce tangible outputs Example factory jobs amp construction workers Information Age White Collar Workers aka Information workers workers for whom a primary aspect of their jobs involve the use collecting and manipulation of info in some core fashion Example Office Jobs Data amp Information Value of data value of raw facts Value of information value of raw facts value of the rulesrelationships by which the facts are organized Value of information gt value of data The organization of data adds value 0 Start of System Thinking Chapter 2 Systems thinking way of thinking System a set of interrelated components that work together to accomplish a common goal Examples Ecosystem Organizations Departments Classroom 3 things that identify a system Multiple components Relationships between components Common goals 0 O gt Input Process 9 Output Feedback Definitions from the diagram Input components that bring data into the system Process components that manipulate input data Output components that produce store display or disseminate the changed data info Feedback a some kind of output produced by the system b tells you if the input and processing pieces worked correctly 0 O From a business decision making standpoint what s the importance of understanding a system O Helps With trouble shooting Definition of a system is a choice of the decision maker and should connect With the business objective 0 0 System Withdrawing cash from ATM Input Card pin person using machine keypad Process menu selections telling the system What to do Wiring and cables banks data base Output


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