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Author: Haag
ISBN13: 978-0072458725
Title: Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 3rd Edition, hc, 2002
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Language: English
Category: Management and Leadership
Publisher: McGraw Hill; 3rd Edition edition (2002)
Pages: 440

Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 3rd Edition, hc, 2002 by Haag

Management Information Systems for the Information Age + MIS Info Age Module + MISource V2 CD + PowerWeb. ISBN 9780071115292 (978-0-07-111529-2) Hardcover, McGraw-Hill Education, 2003.

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Management information systems. Information technology. Sistemas de información en administración. The MISource CD-ROM uses advanced simulation technology, providing a tutorial program organised into two sections, "Computer Skills" and "MIS Knowledge". video business cases and animated MIS concepts that revisit important MIS concepts including database systems, telecommunication, and systems analysis and design.

Loose-Leaf Managment Information Systems for the Information Age. Maeve Cummings, Stephen Haag. Management Information Systems with student CD and MISource 2007. The book is filled with real world stories of real companies and how they have improved their competitive positions using IT. It also contains numerous 15-25 minute group activities and "On Your Own" assignments.

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Management Information Systems for the Information Age,3rd edition maintains the unique overall approach of the successful second edition: the right mix of traditional and leading edge topical coverage along with LOTS of hands-on,problem-solving projects. Haag works well for professors and students who want a very interactive,engaging experience,and for those who want to see a strong tie to the latest and greatest on the Internet and corresponding textbook website. Haag is equally appropriate for both business and non-business majors. This revision now clearly distinguishes between technical and managerial topics key to MIS by organizing the technology coverage into Modules and the managerial material into Chapters. In response to feedback from both users and non-users,the chapters have been slightly reorganized to incorporate increased coverage of E-Commerce and E-Business (now a full chapter 5). Pedagogical features have been retained but fine-tuned and the vibrant design has been toned down to reflect fewer features on a page.
Reviews: 7
Concepts not well explained. Very few online resources and the excel sheets referred to in textbook were nearly impossible to find online.
If you have little experience working in or with information technology, then this is a good, basic overview. However, it's being used as an MBA text and for readers who have experience it is painfully basic and completely overlooks the possibility of an audience with experience. The saving grace to it are the case studies.
This is a very well written book. If you like to create databases in Access this book is surprisingly very helpful. This book also contains web sites for multiple MIS, and I found this information very valuable. There are cases that go along with the text on a website, as well as in the back of the text. I highly recommend this book, even if you are not taking the class.
I like the simplicity of the concepts.
Great book as needed for school.
great information, easy to read
Swift Summer
I think the textbook CONTENT is great, informative and interesting. I like it.


This is my first college textbook in a Digital format. I purchased the kindle version because of the dramatic price difference between e-book and hardcover.I am stuck with this e-book as the class is well underway.

I am using the Kindle for PC and the Kindle for Android version reader software.

While I think it is great to have a copy of the text on both my PC and my Android device for reading, the lack of actual page numbers makes it impossible to find instructor assignments and quote the text for my written assignments.

The page numbers on this particular version are not useful. I show 21245 pages.

There are no references to actual page numbers.(cannot search by page)

The content appears to be re-arranged from the printed version. Some of the learning modules are placed in the back of the text instead of after the chapter in which they refer.

The diagrams and images are not zoom-able on the PC version.

I am pretty sure this problem rests with both McGraw-Hill publisher and Amazon for allowing something like actual page numbers to be ignored.

I am excited that e-textbooks are beginning to show up as a way to save money and save my back from carrying 30lbs of books; however, they need to improve this format to be truly useful for something important like an expensive education.
Informative book. Will tear in the binder FYI, so get some of those ring protectors