Introduction to Information Systems
Learn to optimize information systems for organizational decision-making with this business process management course.Publisher: Global Text Project
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A system is a set of interdependent elements that accomplish specific objectives. It must be organized and have interrelationships, integration, and central objectives. This course will give you an overview of information systems and discuss their elements. You will study business processes, which are a set of business events that enable the creation and delivery of an organization’s products or services to its customers. You will also look into input data and master data.
You will then study the three components of the business process that work together to support its logical activities. This course will also discuss the management process which is a human-made system consisting of people, authority, organization, policies, and procedures. You will also learn its objective in an organization. Finally, you will study the difference between data and information and learn the qualities of information such as effectiveness, timeliness, accuracy, and more.
Information systems are incredibly useful for recognizing and adapting to trends within an organization’s environment. Once you gain a better understanding of how information is presented in a form that can be used to make decisions, you will become a much more valuable member of your organization and open up career opportunities that you did not have before. So why wait? Check out the course today, and start your next learning journey.
What is An Information System?
What is An Information System - Learning Outcomes
The Information System
Elements in the Study of Information Systems
What is An Information System? - Lesson Summary
Logical Components Of A Business Process
Logical Components Of A Business Process - Learning Outcomes
Logical Components of a Business Process
Output Flow and Users
Logical Components Of A Business Process - Lesson Summary
Management Uses of Information
Management Uses of Information - Learning Outcomes
Management Uses of Information
Overall Information Quality
Management Uses of Information - Lesson Summary
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- List and explain the elements in the study of information systems
- Describe the system output flow and users
- Dsicuss the "Business Process" model
- Identify the difference between data and information
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