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Management decision support systems

by Andrew M. McCosh

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporations -- Finance -- Data processing,
  • Decision support systems

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew M. McCosh and Michael S. Scott Morton.
    ContributionsScott Morton, Michael S., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG4026 .M33 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 238 p. ;
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4545543M
    ISBN 10047099326X
    LC Control Number77013305
    OCLC/WorldCa3292514

    ADVERTISEMENTS: Importance of Management Support Systems for Business Enterprises! Management support systems focus on managerial uses of infor­mation resources. These systems provide information to manage for planning and decision making. The information provided by these systems is based on both the internal and external data using various data analysis tools.   Because it generates reports on a daily basis, a management information system sometime is called a management reporting system. Decision Support Systems: Decision support systems are information Author: Abdul Hassan.

    Management Information Systems is recognized for logical organization and clear descriptions. Focusing on the role of managers within an organization, the text emphasizes the development of computer-based Information Systems to support an organization's objectives and strategic : Software. This book is widely known for its comprehensive treatment of decision support theory and how it is applied. Through four editions, this book has defined the course and set the standard for up-to-date coverage of the latest decision support theories and practices by .

    Decision support systems use data from the general management information system and they are used by a manager or a decision maker for decision support. The basic characteristic of the decision support system is that it is based on some tool, technique or model. A manager can apply his knowledge to the system generated information and get a more clear view of the problem. The use of decision support systems usually increases the manager’s ability to make correct and balanced decisions.. A Decision support system possesses an interactive interface that makes it easier to use and provides real-time response to user queries.


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Management decision support systems by Andrew M. McCosh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Daniel Power's view of Decision Support Systems is more academic rather than practical. The book is heavy with cittions of literature - many are more than 20 years old.

This is a very basic book. I was hoping for a more useful reference, but what I got was a history of DSS.2/5(1). This collection of work flows from author Udo Richard Averweg’s curiosity and long experience in the Information Systems (IS) field of decision-making support systems. It is not only a description of data and methods, but a commentary on theoretical constructs in different contexts, with a broad set of snapshots from Udo’s ongoing /5(15).

The use of computer-based decision support systems for sustainable development is however a complex and delicate endeavor. It involves multiple issues embracing economics, ecology, politics, and others (Glatwin et al. Given the very broad nature of decision support technology, the authors of the chapters in this book do not.

The book also has several good general chapters that provide an overview and describe different types of decision support systems. It includes sections on object-oriented systems and knowledge management (KM) systems. It is pretty theoretical and covers a lot of material, yet it's my favorite text for its purpose/5(15).

The common thread of articles published in Decision Support Systems is their relevance to theoretical and technical issues in the support of enhanced decision making.

The areas addressed may include foundations, functionality, interfaces, implementation, impacts, and evaluation of decision support systems (DSSs).

As stated by [3], Decision Support System is designed and implemented to provide support for the decision makers at planning, operation and management levels Author: Rajni Jain. For MIS specialists and nonspecialists alike, teacher and consultant Dan Power provides a readable, comprehensive, understandable guide to the concepts and applications of decision support systems.

Not only does his book help enhance your DSS design and development capabilities, it also shows how DSS can buttress organization goals and the impact DSS have Cited by: 23 rows  Decision support systems (DSS) have evolved over the past four decades from.

Decision support systems aim mainly at this broadest type of decision making, and in addition to supporting choice, they aid in modeling and analyzing systems (such as complex organizations), identifying decision opportunities, and structuring decision Size: KB.

Thierauf, R. Group Decision Support Systems for Effective Decision Making: A Guide for MIS Practitioners and End Users. New York: Quorum Books, [gdss]. Thierauf, R. Executive Information Systems: A Guide for Senior Management and MIS Professionals. DANIEL J. POWER is Professor of Information Systems and Management at the College of Business Administration, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls.

He holds a doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has developed decision support software and systems, and has examined the impacts of DSS on managers in 3/5(1).

Decision support system are powerful tool that assist corporate executives, administrators and other senior officials in making decision regarding the. A decision support system (DSS) is an information system that supports business or organizational decision-making activities.

DSSs serve the management, operations and planning levels of an organization (usually mid and higher management) and help people make decisions about problems that may be rapidly changing and not easily specified in advance—i.e.

Praise for the First Edition This is the most usable decision support systems text. [i]t is far better than any other text in the field —Computing Reviews Computer-based systems known as decision support systems (DSS) play a vital role in helping professionals across various fields of practice understand what information is needed, when it is needed, and in what form in order to make.

Information system - Information system - Management support: A large category of information systems comprises those designed to support the management of an organization. These systems rely on the data obtained by transaction processing systems, as well as on data and information acquired outside the organization (on the Web, for example) and provided by.

Decision Support System - DSS: A decision support system (DSS) is a computerized information system used to support decision-making in an organization or a business. A DSS lets users sift through Author: Troy Segal. Decision-making support system has become an umbrella term spanning a broad range of systems and functional support capabilities (Alter, ).

Various information systems have been proposed to support the decision-making process. Among others, there are DSSs, ESs, and management support systems (MSSs).Cited by: 1. A decision support system (DSS) is a specific class of computerized information system that supports business and organizational decision-making activities.

Properly designed decision support systems are interactive software-based systems intended to help decision-makers compile useful information from raw data, documents, personal knowledge. This compact and easy-to-read book describes in detail the basic principles of Decision Support Systems (DSS).

The book also gives a comprehensive account of the various models used in decision making process, the many facets of DSS, and explains how they are implemented.

Further, it discusses the significance of business reengineering, the role of client-server Reviews: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCosh, Andrew M. Management decision support systems. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type. History of Decision Support System (DSS) The concept of decision support system (DSS) can be traced back to s and s with the emergence of operations research, behavioural and - Selection from Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications [Book].Decision support systems have experienced a marked increase in attention and importance over the past 25 years.

The aim of this book is to survey the decision support system (DSS) field – covering both developed territory and emergent frontiers.

It will give the reader a clear understanding of.Decision support systems (DSSs) are a sub-set of information systems that support human decision-making through computerized systems that provide contextual information. DSSs allow decision-makers to improve their strategic planning and management control; from a business standpoint these systems have a wide-range of application (Yong & Taib Cited by: 1.