A Career in Management Information Systems

Business / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
This is a ten-page report on management information systems.

The following essay is about the professional field of management information systems, the projected growth of the field, the changes which are expected to come in the coming years, promotional patterns, and the years of experience required for the promotion. The paper then shows some fields of advancement, talks about the working environment and what types of jobs one could expect to find in the field. Also talked about are the expected salary and the various other benefits one might expect in the field. Also included in the articles is a section about various career development strategies in the field of management information systems. These include various certifications, the options at a graduate school, internships and in house training programs and then various professional organizations one can be a member of.

Table of Contents
Field of Management Information Systems
Description of Career Paths and Jobs
Specialization
Work Environment
Salary Range and Benefits
Professional Organizations and Further Development
Bibliography
“In its simplest terms, a Management Information System is a network established within an organization to provide managers with information that will assist them in decision-making (MUKHAPADHYAY and COOPER). A more complete definition would be that a management information system is a system designed to provide selected decision oriented information needed by management to plan, control, and evaluate the activities of the corporation. It is designed within a framework that emphasizes profit planning, performance planning, and controls at all levels.”


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