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  1. What is MIS
    • Learn to
    • Access, Evaluate, and Apply Emerging Information Technology to Business
    • Gain marketable skills and perspectives
    • Moore's Law creates infinite oppotunities for innovation
  2. Moore's Law
    Number of transitions per square inch on an integrated chip doubles every 18 months
  3. Consequences of Moore's Law
    • Data storage and communications costs are zero
    • Companies use technology and techniques creatively
  4. Moore's Law
    An increase in computer power and performance, but decrease in price, make the business grow
  5. Moore'a Law
    • Speed of computers increases in proportion to density
    • Price/performance ratio falls dramatically
  6. How to attain job security
    Develope strong nonroutine cognitive skills
  7. Nonroutine Cognitive Skills
    • Collaboration
    • Abstract reasoning
    • Systems thinking
    • Experimental ability
  8. What is MIS
    Goals and Objectives - Management, use and aligment of IS to achieve business strategies
  9. Five Components of Information
    • Hardware
    • Software
    • Data
    • Procedures
    • People
  10. What is IS
    it is a group of five components that interact to produce information
  11. Why take active role in IS
    Use IS to develope and ensure the system meets their need
  12. Business Professionals need to
    • take active role in IS to ensure system meets their need
    • understand how IS are constructed
    • consider users' need during development
    • learn how to use IS
    • take into account ancillary IS functions( security, backups)
  13. Achieving Strategies
    • MIS empowers users to achieve business objectives
    • IS exist to assist business peopel
    • IS exist to help achieve business goals and objectives
  14. Actors
    Hardware and People
  15. Instrutors
    • Software and Procedures
    • Software instructs hardware
    • Procedures instruct people
  16. Bridge
    Data
  17. Computer side
    Hardware and Software
  18. Human side
    Procedures and People
  19. Human side to Computer side
    • Automation
    • Increasing effecientcy
  20. Computer side to Human side
    increasing degree of difficulty of change
  21. Purpose of the Five-Component Model
    • Understanding scope of new information systems
    • Components ordered by difficulty to change and amount of disruption
  22. The most important component
    YOU
  23. IT=
    hardware + software + data
  24. you can buy IT but not IS
  25. IS =
    IT + people + procedures
  26. IS
    • people require training
    • managing employees using new system
    • people execute procedures to employnew IT
  27. Differences b/w Cooperation and Collaboration
    Cooperation lacks feedback and iteration
  28. Collaboration
    occurs when two or more people work together to achieve a common goal, result, or work product
  29. keys items to do for collaboration
    • Communicating
    • Combining Skills
    • Sharing Information
    • Sharing Knowledge
    • Sharing Time
  30. Iteration
    several times of trying before reaching the common goal
  31. Takes time to create a collaboration team
  32. Importance of Feedback and Interation
    • One person produces something
    • Others review and comment
    • Check if it has any changes
    • Make changes or Done
  33. Key Characteristics of Collaboration
    • Speaks their mind even it is a unpopular viewpoint
    • Be willing to put forward unpopular ideas
    • Be willing to enter into difficult converstion
    • Be skillful at giving or receiving negative feedback
    • Thinks differently than I do or brings different perspectives
  34. Criteria for judging team success
    • Successful outcome
    • Growth in team capability over time
    • Meaningful and satifying experience
  35. Four Primary Purposes of Collaboration
    • Become Informed
    • Make Decisions
    • Solve Problems
    • Manage Projects

    • Being informed -
    • Sharing data and communicate with one another to share interpretations
    • Document team's understandings
  36. Problem-solving Phases
    • Define the problem
    • Identify alternative solutions
    • Specify evaluation criteria
    • Evaluate alternatives
    • Select an alternative
    • Implement solution
  37. Planning
    budget planning, decide how much time and money
  38. Components and Functions of Collaboration Information System
    • Iteration
    • Feedback
    • Accomplish task within time and budget
    • Promote team growth
    • Increase team satisfaction
  39. Synchronous
    • Same time/ Real time
    • Can be different place
    • Face-to-face
  40. Asynchronous
    Different Times
  41. Conference calls
    Synchronous
  42. Multiparty text chat
    Synchronous
  43. Screen Sharing
    Synchronous
  44. Video Conference
    Synchronous
  45. Webinars
    Synchronous
  46. Emai
    Asynchronous
  47. Discussion Forums
    Asynchronous
  48. Team Surveys
    Asynchronous
  49. Blog
    Asynchronous
  50. Use Collaboration Tools to Facillitate Content Sharing
    • No Control
    • Version Managememt
    • Version Control
  51. No control in collaboration tools
    • Email with attachments
    • Shared files on a server
  52. Version Management
    • Wikis
    • Google Drive
    • Windows Live SkyDrive

    Before updating, someone will monitor, post after updating
  53. Version Control
    • Microsoft SharePoint
    • Can access and see
    • Can see what are changed while updating
  54. Shared Content with Version Controls
    • Permission-Limited Activity (Account with set of permission)
    • Document Checkout (Check out documents before they can be modified)
    • Version History (Histories of changes on documents)
    • Workflow Control (Manage activities in a pre-defined process, the system knows automatically and send to the next person after one done)
  55. Five Forces that determine Industry Structure
    • Bargaining power of customers
    • Bargaining power of suppliers
    • Threat of Subsitutions
    • Threat of new entrants
    • Rivalty

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