Managing Information Systems Cross-functional Organization Paper

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In your role as Director of Operations, your communication skills are essential to project completion. Your organization is cross-functional; thus, you communicate directly with many department heads that require you to formulate collaborative solutions to complex problems. Your organization has strategic initiatives that rely heavily on business intelligence, technology, and connectivity between departments. Please develop an APA formatted paper that investigates and provides detailed analyses of the following topics:

  • Management Information Systems in terms of sustaining a cross-functional organization
  • The use and implementation of BI in terms of decision-making
  • CRM and its use and implementation in terms of a sustainable competitive advantage
  • Social Media in terms of competing on the global-stage

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Management Information System
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In the business world, business information system or information management systems
are tools which are put into use in several ways. A business information system is used to support
processes, information technology, operation, and intelligence. On the other hand, management
information systems are used to move information and to manage data. Management information
systems provide data-driven analysis and reports which are crucial for a business in the decisionmaking process as they enable organizations to make the right decisions at the right time.
Management information overlaps with several business disciplines such as the enterprise resource
planning ERP, information technology management, informatics, information technology,
computer and electrical engineering, information systems and E-Commerce (Laudon & Laudon,
Management Information Systems in terms of sustaining a cross-functional
The management information system in the current global setting has become the backbone
of almost every business. Most of the businesses in the world find it hardtop survive for even a
single day without the use of any sort of management information system. Management
information systems enable companies to be in a position to manage a massive amount of data and
also to make communications which are more i...

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