Management Information Systems, 4th Edition

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Management Information Systems, 4th Edition

By R. Kelly Rainer, Brad Prince, Hugh J. Watson

Management Information Systems by R. Kelly Rainer, Brad Prince, and Hugh J. Watson promotes active learning through tightly coupled concepts and section-level student activities that transport your students from passively learning about IS to doing IS in a realistic context. The integration of Microsoft Excel and Access exercises at the end of every chapter enables students to practice their Microsoft application skills in the context of the chapter material.

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Engaging video lessons help flip the classroom.

Video lessons from co-author Brad Prince help free up class time because students can focus on key points from the textbook before they come to class.

Students learn the basics of essential Excel resources.

Extensive Excel resources are provided in an interactive guide written by Ed Martin of Kingsborough Community College. This guide walks students through the basics of Excel, Access, and other MS Office programs.

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Dr. Brad Prince is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at the University of West Georgia. Professor Prince received his MBA and Ph.D. from Auburn University working closely with Kelly Rainer. As a contributing author on the Rainer series, Professor Prince wrote the Ruby’s Club cases and exercises for both Rainer titles as well as the section-level activities.

Dr. R. Kelly Rainer is George Phillips Privett Professor of Management Information Systems at Auburn University. He received his B.S. degree in Mathematics from Auburn and his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia. Dr. Rainer has published numerous articles in leading journals. His research interests include enterprise resource planning (particularly using SAP), business process reengineering, and object-oriented technology. He recently spent a year with IBM’s Object Technology Practice.

1. Introduction to Information Systems
2. Organizational Strategy, Competitive Advantage, and Information Systems
3. Data and Knowledge Management
4. Telecommunications and Networking
5. Business Analytics
6. Ethics and Privacy
7. Information Security
8. Social Computing
9. E-Business and E-Commerce
10. Wireless, Mobile Computing, and Mobile Commerce
11. Information Systems within the Organization
12. Customer Relationship Management
13. Supply Chain Management
14. Acquiring Information Systems and Applications
Plug IT In 1. Business Processes and Business Process Management
Plug IT In 2. Hardware and Software

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