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MIS chapter 1 and 2.docx

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Department
Administrative Studies
Course Code
ADMS 2511
Professor
Cristobal Sanchez- Rodriguez

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MIS chapter 1 Application Portfolio the application that have to be added or modified if they existIT strategic plan a set of long range goals that describe the IT infrastructure and identify major IT initiatives needed to achieve the organizations goals3 objectives 1 Must aligne with the organuzations strategic plan 2 Must provide for an IT architecture that enables users applications and databases to be seamlessly netwirkes and integrated 3 Must efficiently allocate IS development resources among competing projects so the projects can be completed on time and within budget and have the required functality IT steering committee compoysed of a group of managers and staff representing variouse organizational units set up to establish IT priorities and to ensure that the MIS functaion is meeting the enterprises needsBusiness process a collection of related activities that produce a product or a sevice of value to the organizations its business partner and its customerBusiness process management BPM is a management technique that includes methods and tools to support the design analysis implementaion
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