Management Information System Books

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Management Information System subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Management Information System along with reviews.

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1. “Business Information Systems, 5th edn: Technology, Development and Management for the E-Business” by Paul Bocij and Andrew Greasley

“Business Information Systems, 5th edn: Technology, Development and Management for the E-Business” Book Review: This volume consists from fundamental concepts and presents a complete and understandable guide to comprehension the technology of business information systems. It contains topics such as choosing the appropriate information system for an organisation, developing and managing a systematic business information system and application of information systems tactically to achieve organisational goals.Some of the important concepts encompassed are Web 2.0, enterprise systems, application and design of IS strategy and outsourcing. It describes recent business illustrations, case studies and web links. It is appropriate for undergraduate and postgraduate students of courses in the field of business information systems or management information systems.

2. “E-Business-Management (Herausforderungen an das Management)” by Ralph Berndt
3. “Information Systems: Foundation of E-Business: United States Edition” by Steven Alter

“Information Systems: Foundation of E-Business: United States Edition” Book Review: This textbook is appropriate for MIS and IS courses of upper undergraduate and MBA students. The text mainly focuses on the important functions of information systems in the works systems by which present businesses function. It provides knowledge of information systems from a business point of view which is necessary for understanding e-commerce and e-business.

4. “Information Systems for the Fashion and Apparel Industry (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” by Tsan-Ming Jason Choi

“Information Systems for the Fashion and Apparel Industry (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” Book Review: This volume provides comprehensive study of courses and progresses in fashion information systems, industrial case-studies, and understandings from a global team of authors. It presents an overview of important decision points and information conditions in fast fashion supply chains. The text emphasizes on the ideals of fashion information systems and ways in which decision making in the apparel supply chains can be upgraded by the application of fuzzy logic, RFID technologies and artificial neural networks. It also summarizes the spectrum of usages for information systems in the fashion and apparel industry. It provided integration of current progresses and industrial best practices in clothing supply chain management for fulfilling the requirements of the fashion and apparel industry professionals and academics.

5. “Boundary Rediscovered (Applied Management and Business Transformation)” by Sandeep Khedkar

“Boundary Rediscovered (Applied Management and Business Transformation)” Book Review: This work is an appealing business story with simple but inspiring conversation to mark the compound, real life issues in transforming the people business by application of logical, comprehensive applied management methods efficiently throughout the areas of strategy, marketing, operations & human resource management. It covers concepts such as identification and overcoming the ‘structural business gaps’ in businesses, emphasis on the important ‘human’ element in performance enhancement, developing innovative business models by ‘proof-of-concept’ drives.The text is a distinctive approach to practical business transformation.

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