Best book for those studying management information systems
1) simple and plain English
2) clear cut examples
3) excellent pedagogy
1) size will scare you
Those who are studying ME from Mumbai University and have his subject as an institutional elective can definitely buy this book because,all of the portion from syllabus is copied from thos book.
P.s.2 those who are confused that MIS international version from the same authors and this book are same? The answer is YES.
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Management Information Systems: Moving Business Forward Paperback – 1 January 2012
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- Publisher : John Wiley & Sons; Reprint edition (1 January 2012)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 672 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0470889195
- ISBN-13 : 978-0470889190
- Dimensions : 20.95 x 2.14 x 27.25 cm
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Best book for those studying management information systems Pros 1) ...Reviewed in India on 27 November 2017
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Nice bookReviewed in India on 13 November 2019
Nice book covers all portion of year 2019-20 engineering
Required For SchoolReviewed in the United States on 28 November 2012
This is typical college pushed media. This is directed at the softer, gentler society that lives in a dream world. There is tons of political agenda pushed throughout the book that has little to do with management. It is no wonder that kids hit the work place with their heads implanted elsewhere. The book reviews some aspects of history that is so slanted it will make you puke if you know the difference. Take each account and do some real research and you will see why this book is shaping political minds not business intelligence! Pretty sad!
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I did not really need the book. Everything was ...Reviewed in the United States on 7 October 2015
I did not really need the book. Everything was straight forward and common sense. I suggest buying this book if you do not know anything about Management Information Systems.