BBS Professors publish Oxford Handbook of Management Information Systems

The Oxford Handbook of Management Information Systems – Critical Perspectives and New Directions is a publication by another one of our current professors Robert D Galliers and our former Professor Wendy L Currie. The publication stresses on the crucial role played by Management Information Systems (MIS) in an organization’s operations, accounting, decision making, project management, and competitive advantage.It takes a critical and interdisciplinary view of the increasing complexity of these systems within organization, and the strategic, managerial, and ethical issues associated with the effective use of these technologies.
It is primarily intended for academics and research students of Management Information Systems (MIS), Information Communication Technology (ICT), Information Systems (IS), Organizational Behaviour, and Management. The existing programmes offered at Brunel Business School across undergraduate and postgraduate levels provide a substantial amount of knowledge in these areas of learning at introductory, preparatory as well as research level. More details on the programmes offered by Brunel Business School can be found here.

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