management information system

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management information system

a procedure which is concerned with getting appropriate information to managers as and when they need it.

See INFORMATION MANAGEMENT.

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They wanted to organize and summarize management information system research related to defining the dependent variable, to measuring progress on defining the dependent variable and to improving the information systems research practice (DeLone and McLean, 1992).
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present the first of two volumes containing recent research on human-computer interactions relevant to the field of management information systems.
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