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by David Kroenke

  • Author: David Kroenke
  • ISBN: 0071126775
  • ISBN13: 978-0071126779
  • ePub: 1524 kb | FB2: 1931 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; Internat.2r.e. edition (October 1992)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 279
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Management Information Systems ePub download

David M. Kroenke entered the computing profession as a summer intern at the RAND Corporation in 1967.

David M. Since then, his career has spanned education, industry, consulting, and publishing. He has taught at the University of Washington, Colorado State University, and Seattle University. Over the years, he has led dozens of teaching seminars for college professors.

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Very good quality.
Didn't really like the book.
Kroenke writes in an informal, lackadaisical way. It's more like a magazine article than a college textbook. I actually had to read Using MIS for a 3000 level course (Introduction to Management Information Systems). A lot of the book was redundant, almost ignorant at times. The author is too opinionated and overly sarcastic at times. I don't know about you, but I actually wanted to learn something while reading this book. Instead, most of the book spews terms and definitions found in basic management books, followed by brief introductions into various technologies (he mentions SAP, Oracle, SharePoint ETC. every once in a while). Luckily, this book was paired with 2 other for the class(Excel and Access comprehensive guides). Thanks, but I can get my tech previews from CNET and management advice from various periodicals. Don't waste you time.
Worked for the class I took but wasn't a great textbook. Was manditory to have it for the class and I was glad to find it online rather than the book store for much more money.
It was alright, it was for a class.
Great price, book was in great condition and still much cheaper than anywhere else I was able to find it. The book is great in general for those wanting to learn anything about CRM Programming, understanding business, great read.
I thought this was a good textbook to learn from, it is probably outdated tech wise by now though, these dont last very long
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