November 19, 2012
Professor Tonya Cheek
Information System Briefing
Unstructured decision-making process that cannot be described fully before the decision is made. Strategic planning requires judgment, expertise of organizational members, board of directors and committees. DDS (decision support systems) are to help improve decision-making work balance of judgments and analysis; MIS (management information systems), which is gathering and processing information. Decision with DSS support specific decision making process, you which are built upon MIS. Features of DSS and factors influencing their success are discussed by Meador, et al., and Sanders and Courtney. Thomas and Burns demonstrated the need to support tasks for cooperation and conflict between differentiated organizational units which all parties cooperate using TSS tools in DDM (Distributed decision making). Communication forms a large part of planning and group decision-making activities, Scher demonstrates communication essential components of systems that support decision-making (Scher, J. M. “Distributed Decision Support Systems for Management Organizations.”). Computer and communications support for the planning process can help individuals and groups who may have different perspective and priorities. Quality of support by boat group decision-making processes and information systems building, planning is concerned with the management of change, and preparation should be the responsibility of all members of the new system. Programs should have operating procedures, along with budget limitations, programmers should insist on professional training, behavior of professional members. Planning is concerned with the management of change. Importance of direct participation, plan continuous process, planning unit at the same level of an organization should handball all levels of management’s.
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