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CERIS – PAC Research Training Project Knowledge For Action – Action for Knowledge

HOW TO DEVELOP A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

How To Develop a Management Information System (MIS)

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CERIS – PAC Research Training Project Knowledge For Action – Action for Knowledge

HOW TO DEVELOP A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
The workshop discusses the strategy and approach to developing management information systems in community oriented projects and programs. Participants will discuss their approaches and experiences in researching information needs, designing performance measurement frameworks, developing indicators, evolving work plans and reporting results.

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CERIS – PAC Research Training Project Knowledge For Action – Action for Knowledge

GOAL
• Contribute to a better understanding of organizations, communities and clients

OBJECTIVES
• To stress the importance of Management Information Systems in keeping records of services provided by Community based organizations

Purpose
• Understand the basics of management information system (MIS) familiarize with the stages of development of a simple MIS and its applications.

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CERIS – PAC Research Training Project Knowledge For Action – Action for Knowledge

- WORKSHOP BACKGROUND FOR CERIS WORKSHOP LENGTH Three hours TRAINING METHODS • • • • • Adult education Participatory Experiential learning Use of visual aids Small group work: discussion, exercises

TEACHING AIDS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED • • • • • • Transparencies Flipchart, markers and masking tape Overhead projector and screen Notepads Nametags Pens

FACILITATION MEDIUM • English

ASSUMPTION • Community based agencies benefit from developing a management information system. This is an introductory program for frontline workers, practitioners and coordinators without background in MIS.

How To Develop a Management...