(MIS) help managers design information systems that provide them with information about events occurring inside the organization as well as in its external environment.
STUDENT POWERPOINT SLIDE 12 (INSTRUCTOR’S POWERPOINT SLIDE 28) Quantitative & Operations management
V. ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THEORY A. The organizational environment consists of the set of forces, conditions, and influences outside organization’s boundaries that affect a manager’s ability to acquire and utilize resources efficiently and effectively. B. The Open-Systems View 1.
STUDENT POWERPOINT SLIDE 13 (INSTRUCTOR’S POWERPOINT SLIDE 29) Total quality management & Management information systems LO2-6: Explain why the study of the external environment and its impact on an organization has become a central issue in management thought.
An open system takes in resources from its environment and changes or transforms them into goods and services that are then sent back to the environment where customers buy them. a. Input stage: an organization acquires resources from the environment. b. Conversion stage: an organization’s work force using appropriate tools, techniques, and machinery, transforms inputs into outputs of finished products.
STUDENT POWERPOINT SLIDE 14 (INSTRUCTOR’S POWERPOINT SLIDE 32) The Organization as an Open
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