Best Reference Books – Management Information System

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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.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Management Information System subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Management Information System" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Management Information Systems” by A O’Brien

“Management Information Systems” Book Review: The textbook deals with management information systems from a business and managerial perspective. The book is organized into five modules namely, Foundation Concepts, Information Technologies, Business Applications, Development Processes and Management Challenges. The coverage of the book includes Information Systems in Business, Computer Software, Supporting Decision Making, Telecommunications and Networks, Data Resource Management, E-Commerce Systems, Enterprise Business Systems, Security and Ethical Challenges etc. The book features Real World cases and Indian Case-studies along with in-depth business examples.

2. “Management Information System” by W S Jawadekar
3. “Management Information Systems” by Laaudon and Ludon

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“Management Information Systems” Book Review: The book provides a complete understanding of information technologies and systems that help businesses achieve corporate objectives. The coverage of the book includes information system applications and new technologies, business models and managerial decision-making etc. The book makes use of corporate examples for enhanced learning and better understanding. The book provides updated information and recent trends on information systems. The book can serve as a ready reference for undergraduate and graduate students in Management Information Systems.

4. “Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm” by Kenneth C Laudon

“Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm” Book Review: The book provides complete understanding of information technologies and systems that help businesses achieve corporate objectives. It is divided into four parts namely, Organization, Management and the Networked Enterprise, Information Technology Infrastructure, Key System Applications for the Digital Age, Building and Managing Systems. These four parts comprise fourteen chapters that cover topics such as telecommunications, internet, wireless technology, databases and information management, ethical and social issues, global e-businesses etc. The book includes a long list of case studies and references for further reading.

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5. “Management Information System” by Laudon

“Management Information System” Book Review: The book addresses information technologies and systems and its role in helping business firms achieve operational excellence, improved decision making and delivering new products and services. The coverage of the book includes Big Data, Cloud Computing, Social Business, social, mobile, local e-commerce, Consumerization of IT, location analytics, location-based services, business analytics etc. The book also elaborates on several case studies such as ‘Reliance Installing the 4G Project’, ‘Social Media Analytics in Indian Politics’, ‘Centralization of Operations at Tata Power’, ‘One Organization, One Data, One Information: ONGC’s Global System’ etc. The book is supplemented with various projects, examples and questions for practical understanding.

6. “Management Information Systems” by Sadagopan S

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“Management Information Systems” Book Review: The book discusses information systems and its role in the growth of business organizations. It provides discussions on design and development of information systems and their applications in organizations and firms. The coverage of the book includes Computers and Information Systems, Communication Technology, Database Technology, Decision Support Systems (DSS), Expert Systems and Artificial Intelligence, System Analysis and Design, Organisational Systems, Information Systems and Organisations etc. The book is supplemented with case studies, examples focusing on Indian industry and numerous figures for clear presentation of concepts.

7. “Management Information System: Conceptual Foundations – Structure and Development” by Gordon Davis and Margrethe Olson

“Management Information System: Conceptual Foundations – Structure and Development” Book Review: The book covers the domain of management information systems. The coverage of the book includes standard operational system, Information system for management control, Information system for strategic management, decision support system; office information system and knowledge work support systems. The chapters are supplemented with various examples, chapter end summaries and exercises. The book can benefit undergraduate students as well as graduate students in management. The scope of the book is broad enough to cater to a wide audience.

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8. “Management Information Systems: Managerial Perspectives” by D P Goyal

“Management Information Systems: Managerial Perspectives” Book Review: The textbook provides an overview of various concepts surrounding management information systems and its significance in businesses. The coverage of the book includes Ethical and Social Issues, Data Resource Management, Information, Systems and Organization Concepts, e-Commerce, e-Business and e-Governance, IT Infrastructure, IS development and Project Management etc. The book is supplemented with numerous case studies, objective type questions, true/false questions, review questions as well as assignments for better learning and extensive practice.

9. “Management Information System” by Tailang
10. “Management Information System” by Gupta A K

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“Management Information System” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive coverage of the underlying principle, design and applications of management information systems. The book covers topics such as Information systems for Decision Making, Computer Hardware for Information Systems, Computer Software for Information Systems, Data Communications System, Database Management Technology, Client-Server Computing, Decision Support System, Artificial Intelligence, Office Information Systems, and Information Systems in Business etc. It also elaborates on System Analysis and Design, Strategic Management Information System, Information Resource Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, Supply Chain Management, Applications of Information Technology in Business, E-enterprises and Security, Ethics and Society. The book can benefit students in engineering as well as students in business studies.

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