MIS

DSS

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Focus on structured tasks and routine decisions. (e.g., use of procedures, use of decision rules) Focus on semistructured tasks, requiring managerial judgment.
Emphasis on data storage. Emphasis on data manipulation.
Often only indirect access to data by managers. Direct data access by managers.
Reliance on Computer Expert. Reliance on Manager’s own judgment.
Access to data possibly requiring a wait for manager’s turn. Direct access to computer and data.
MIS manager not completely understanding the nature of the decision. Manager knowing decision Environment.
Emphasis on efficiency. Emphasis on effectiveness.
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