Strategic information management, Strategic Management

TASK 1

What are the key system applications in a business? What role Data/Information plays to support the management decision making. Examine the criteria to be applied when selecting data and information to support decision making

TASK 2

What tools and technologies can make data more accessible and useful? Evaluate the formats in which information can be offered, stored, accessed within the organisations   

TASK 3

Are there any special systems that can facilitate (strategic) decision-making among senior managers? Evaluate a range of decision making tools and techniques available to support a strategic decision making? Exactly what can these systems do to help high-level management & operational level management?

Task 4

How can company/organisations make sure that the new strategic information management systems it builds fit its business plan?  What are the methods to evaluate the management information system in organisation?

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