Management and Office Information Systems

  • Shi-Kou Chang

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Organization Structures and Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Augusto A. Legasto Jr, Amador Muriel
      Pages 57-67
  3. Decision Support Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 69-69
    2. Edward A. Stohr, Norman H. White
      Pages 71-89
    3. Shuhshen Pan, Roger A. Pick, Andrew B. Whinston
      Pages 91-118
    4. Benn R. Konsynski, Jay F. Nunamaker
      Pages 119-132
    5. Bala V. Balachandran, Richard W. Srch
      Pages 133-153
  4. Database Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 181-181
    2. Daniel T. Lee
      Pages 183-204
    3. C. R. Carlson, Adarsh K. Arora
      Pages 205-215
    4. Robert W. Blanning
      Pages 217-235
    5. Masahito Hirakawa, Tatsuo Shimizu, Tadao Ichikawa
      Pages 237-251
    6. Edward T. Lee
      Pages 253-287
  5. Office Information Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 289-289
    2. Shi-Kuo Chang
      Pages 291-308
    3. Jyh-Sheng Ke, Ching-Liang Lin, Chiou-Feng Wang, Yuh-Ling Hwang
      Pages 323-333
    4. Yang-Chang Hong, Yui-Wei Ho, Chen-Hshin Ho, Te-Son Kuo
      Pages 335-350
    5. Kiichi Kumano, Yoshihiro Nagai, Mitsuhiro Hattori
      Pages 369-381
  6. Systems and Applications

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 383-383
    2. Peter S. Albin, Farrokh Z. Hormozi, Stergios L. Mourgos, Arthur Weinberg
      Pages 385-400
    3. Panos A. Ligomenides
      Pages 401-414
    4. Houston H. Stokes
      Pages 415-434
    5. Samir Chakraborty
      Pages 435-450
    6. Balbir S. Dhillon, J. Natesan
      Pages 463-474
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 475-476

About this book


Decision making is a very complex phenomenon. Modern decision makers must deal with very complex problems which are constantly changing and often ill­ structured, making modeling and analysis difficult. In order to provide support for the decision makers, computer-based information systems are designed to collect, store, process, and transport information. Recent advances in computer technol­ ogy, data communications, database systems, office automation, and knowledge engineering have made possible the design of very sophisticated information sys­ tems. However, rapid technological advances also create many problems, not the least of which is the lack of integration among the various disciplines in infor­ mation system design. Without such integration, a costly computer-based infor­ mation system is at best partially useful and at worst totally useless. The aim of this book, therefore, is to examine the various issues involved in designing man­ agement information systems, decision support systems, and office information systems for increasing productivity and providing decision support. This book is the outcome of the Workshop on Management and Office Infor­ mation Systems, which was organized by the Knowledge Systems Institute and held at Chicago, Illinois, from June 28 to 30, 1982. Twenty-seven papers from the working papers presented at that workshop were selected for inclusion in the present volume, which is organized into five parts: (I) organization structures and management, (II) decision support systems, (III) database systems, (IV) office information systems, and (V) systems and applications.


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