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MIS: A Deeper Look. Team #2 Vince Barna Carol Guenther Bryan Mason Nicole Preiss Jennifer Wilson. Where Are We Headed?. Information Technology = tools Information Systems = how tools are used Objective: MIS degree career path options Methodology Literature search Interviews.

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Mis a deeper look
MIS: A Deeper Look

Team #2

Vince Barna

Carol Guenther

Bryan Mason

Nicole Preiss

Jennifer Wilson


Where are we headed
Where Are We Headed?

  • Information Technology = tools

  • Information Systems = how tools are used

  • Objective: MIS degree career path options

  • Methodology

    • Literature search

    • Interviews


Cal state san marcos coba mis option
Cal State San Marcos-COBAMIS Option

“The Management Information System option trains business-oriented, technically proficient professionals for managing and building management information systems. Students will learn how to define organizational information requirements and use information technologies to meet them. They will also learn how to lead and manage projects, especially those related to internet application. This option also addresses subjects such as networking and telecommunications. These topics provide students with not only the knowledge and skills essential for management information systems development but also a variety of career opportunities in areas such as consulting, financial services, high technology, manufacturing, retail, and entrepreneurial ventures.” (www.csusm.edu)



Operations manager
Operations Manager

  • Administers and maintains information technology systems (including PC and LAN equipment).

  • Provide IT/IS operations functions to offices for the organization’s standard hardware, software and voice/data network solutions.

  • Often responsible for the purchase, installation, and life-cycle maintenance of PCs, servers and LAN network connectivity equipment.

  • Plan, direct, or coordinate the operations of companies, including daily operations.


Operations manager1
Operations Manager

Experience:

  • Most Operations Management positions require at least a Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years related experience or equivalent combination. Experience is necessary because of the hands-on nature of the position.

    Salary:

  • As of November 2008, - States with 1-4 years experience is $44,957. The average goes as high as $75,441 for those with 20 years or more experience (payscale.com). Though these salaries range from city to city, for example, Los Angeles average salary for an operations manager is $72,121


Chief information officer cio

Chief Information Officer(CIO)

Strategic Planning

Budgeting

Hiring

Supervising


Median Salary by Years Experience - Job: Chief Information Officer (CIO) (United States)

Median Salary by Employer Type - Job: Chief Information Officer (CIO) (United States)


Job outlook
Job Outlook Officer (CIO) (United States)

  • Top executive positions expect little to no change

  • IT and IS industry is expected to grow faster than average through 2016

  • Best opportunities for those with education and certifications


Is director
IS Officer (CIO) (United States)Director

  • Establishes Information Security Architecture

  • Leads and directs the day-to-day technical and personnel operations for the Sever Platforms team

  • Create Budgets


Job outlook1
Job Outlook Officer (CIO) (United States)

  • National Average: $86,897 per year

  • IS Industry expected to grow faster than average

  • Best opportunities: MBA focusing on technology and product-specific certifications


Specialty skills
Specialty Skills Officer (CIO) (United States)

  • Background in business management and consulting

  • Strong leadership and communication skills

  • Deep understanding of management business processes

  • Previous work within the IS industry

  • Be able to explain processes in technical and non-technical terms

  • Team skills


Stress on the job
Stress on the Job Officer (CIO) (United States)

In the USA, studies found that:

  • 72% of workers often experience stress-related illness

  • 34% have thought of resigning because of stress

  • 27% say that their job is the single greatest cause of stress in their lives


Management Analyst Officer (CIO) (United States)

Example:

A small but rapidly growing company might employ a consultant/analyst who is an expert in just-in-time inventory management to help improve its inventory-control system

Work Environment: most of the time is spent indoors in clean, well-lit offices

Work Schedule: Analysts and consultants generally work at least 40 hours a week

Education: CSUSM Management Information System is a sufficient educational background

Employment: Management analysts held about 678,000 jobs in 2006


Management Analyst Officer (CIO) (United States)

Demand: Management analysts are expected to grow 22 percent over the 2006-16 decade

Responsibilities: collect, review, and analyze information

Earnings: Median annual earnings were $68,050

Advancement: May become partners with the firm or start their own

Stress: May experience considerable stress when trying to meet deadlines


Systems Manager Officer (CIO) (United States)

Example:

They do everything from helping to construct a business plan to overseeing network security to directing Internet operations.

Work Environment: most of the time is spent indoors in clean, well-lit offices

Work Schedule: System Managers generally work at least 40 hours a week

Education: CSUSM Management Information System is a sufficient educational background

Employment: System Managers held about 264,000 jobs in 2006


Systems Manager Officer (CIO) (United States)

Demand: expected to grow 16 percent over the 2006-16 decade

Responsibilities: plan, coordinate, and direct research and facilitate computer-related activities

Earnings: Median annual earnings were $101,580

Advancement: May advance to progressively higher leadership positions in I.T. Department

Stress: May experience considerable stress when trying to meet deadlines


System Managers Officer (CIO) (United States)

Expected to grow 22 percent

CSUSM M. I. S. Option =

Suitable educational background

Responsibilities are mainly to plan,

direct, and coordinate

Median annual earnings

were $101,580

Management Analysts

Expected to grow 22 percent

CSUSM M. I. S. Option =

Suitable educational background

Responsibilities are mainly to collect, review, and analyze information

Median annual earnings

were $68,050

California State University

San Marcos

Management Information Systems

Provides a broad and very suitable

educational background

Over 60% accept offers

with consulting firms


Internet marketing

INTERNET MARKETING


#1 question: marketing“How do I promote a product in the most efficient way possible?”

Answer = effective advertising!

  • More visibility in the right places amounts to more revenue

  • Facebook, MySpace, etc.

    Target audience

    • Geographic advertising

    • Demographic advertising


Skills and Education: marketing

  • Good people skills- need to deliver the right product in the right place

  • Database and software knowledge- the more the better

    Software Applications for Effective Placement:

  • Data mining

  • Bulk e-mail monitoring and mailing database (includes spam)

  • Frequency and statistical counters

  • Search engine ranking and popularity software


  • Future Trends: marketing

    • Geo-targeting with through IP addresses

    • New challenges:

      • Internet Explorer 8- User generated content (UGC)

      • New Google algorithms

      • Increase in globalization = new audiences to cater to


5 Main Stress Factors: marketing

  • Reaching the target audience

  • Working within a budget

  • Defining the target audience

  • How quickly can I reach the audience?

  • How quickly can I expect results?


  • Expected Income marketing

    • Miserable

      • Disparity between the pay, education, and headaches

      • 1-5 years, median is $36,548

      • 10-19 years, median is $46,119


Network systems analyst

  • Overview: marketing

    • Analysts are a key component to EVERY business network

    • Design, test, maintain, teach, etc.

    • Broad working knowledge of the field- jack of trades

    • Personal communication is key

NETWORK SYSTEMS ANALYST

  • Skills and Education:

    • Dependent on position sought

    • Some jobs will train, others prefer an MBA

    • Broad working knowledge of software and peripherals

    • A little ingenuity and smarts goes a LONG way


  • Tasks: marketing

  • Backing up data in the event of a systems crash

    • Designing and implementing entire system architectures

    • Testing the security of a system

    • Maintaining peripherals and software upgrades

    • Setting up user accounts and file access

    • Ensuring the network is being used properly

Software Applications:

  • Huge variety- situational dependant

  • ERP & ERPII are more specialized

    • Human resources

    • Manufacturing

    • Specialty purpose I.E., NASA

    • Supply chain management


Future Trends: marketing

  • Increasing and evolving technology will require more specialization

  • 37% growth need by 2016

  • There will be a deficit in competent analysts

  • Specialization + deficit = $$

    Stress Factors:

  • Whining, nagging individuals who want their equipment to work instantly and always think they’re right

  • The glitch factor: sometimes things just don’t work the way they’re supposed to.

    $$ Salary:

  • Median salary of 2007 was $95,340

    • Worth the headaches?


Business system analyst
Business/System Analyst marketing

  • Many different titles for similar roles

  • No standardized job description, skills, or requirements

  • Role will include some of the following:

    • Defining project scope

    • Interpreting business needs

    • Translating technical issues to the business

    • Identifying and documenting requirements

    • Testing and validation

    • Dealing with organizational politics

  • Need to understand technology, communicate


Business partner
Business Partner marketing

  • The next evolution of the analyst role

  • Shift from tactical focus (deploying technology) to strategic focus (process-based systems)

  • Advocate for the business

  • Skills needed

    • Understand business objectives

    • Demonstrate process improvement abilities of new technologies


For more information
For More Information marketing

  • MIS Society

  • Websites

    • CIO magazine

    • Modern Analyst

  • Professional organizations

    • AIS

    • AITP

    • IIBA


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