INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND HIERARCHICAL LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT

MILENA FILIPOVA
ANDREEA-CLARA MUNTEANU

 

Аbstract

When the stress is put on the use of information systems, their relations to the hierarchical levels of management and managerial decisions taken at each level should be studied. Particular information needs and requirements are formed at each level and in order to meet them certain information technologies should be implemented. When the stress is put on the use of information systems, their relations to the hierarchical levels of management and managerial decisions taken at each level should be studied. Particular information needs and requirements are formed at each level and in order to meet them certain information technologies should be implemented.

 

Keywords

Information Systems, Decision Making, Hierarchical Management Levels

 

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