Organisational Dynamic Capabilities Through Information Systems

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Organisational Dynamic Capabilities through Information Systems A system is a group of components that interact to achieve some purpose (Kroenke, Bunker & Wilson 2010). The responsibility of the Information systems is to offer information to management which will facilitate them their decision making process, which guarantee that the organization is controlled to a certain level. If the system meets the needs of the competitive environment the organization will be in control. Management information system is the development and use of information systems that help business achieve their goals and objective (Kroenke, Bunker & Wilson 2010). Management information system is an exciting, fast-changing, turbulent field in today’s competitive world and it plays a significant role, which allows the organization to achieve their goals and strategies effectively and efficiently complying with intricate legislations as well. Most organizations management information systems make broad use of information technology. The reasons, why computerized management information systems have become well-known are confirmed in advantages of speed, accuracy and dependability and also by having a high degree of flexibility as well. On the other hand, there are some disadvantages in management information systems as every positive has its negative side as well. Where it mainly attacks innovation and intuition of decision making and the creativity could have been applied by human. According to Philip Kotler “ A marketing information systems consists of people, equipment, and procedures to gather, sort, analyze, evaluate, and distribute needed, timely, and accurate information to marketing decision makers (Kotler 2005).” Business process is a network of activities, resources, facilities and information that interact to achieve some business function. In other words business processes generate information by bringing together important items or data in a given context. Example, the sales...
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