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Chapter 01 Management Information Systems: Business Driven MIS




Question;11. Successful companies today operate;cross-functionally, integrating the operations of all departments.;True False;12. An overview of systems thinking includes input;process, output, and finances.;True False;13. MIS is a tool that is most valuable when it;leverages the talents of people who know how to use and manage it;effectively.;True False;14. The chief technology officer is responsible for;ensuring the security of business systems and developing strategies and;safeguards against attacks from hackers and viruses.;True False;15. A leadership plan that achieves a specific set of;goals or objectives is a business strategy.;True False;16. When a company is the first to market with a;competitive advantage, it gains a particular benefit known as competitive;intelligence.;True False;17. Over the past decade, the United States has lost;an estimated 2.4 million factory jobs to Nepal.;True False;18. Two ways to reduce buyer power are through;switching costs and loyalty programs.;True False;19. Mark Peterson identified the Porter's Five Forces;Model, which analyzes the competitive forces within a business;environment.;True False;20. There are many challenges to changing doctors;including transferring medical records and losing the doctor-patient;relationship along with the doctor's knowledge of the patient's history.;Changing doctors provides a great example of switching costs.;True False


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