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Database Directions: Information Resource Management - Making it Work, Abstracts

Elizabeth N. Fong, Alan H. Goldfine
1986 IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin  
DATABASE DIRECTIONS INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT-MAKING IT ~)RK  ...  Its scope of interest includes: data structures and models, access strategies, access control techniques. database architecture, database machines. intelligent front ends, mass storage for very large databases  ...  In an organization with characteristics unfavorable to IRM, the practice of IRM will be a constant struggle, and may ultimately fail despite its best efforts.  ... 
dblp:journals/debu/FongG86 fatcat:q6qsex65zrdgpejt73kh4d7taq

Information Resources Management Education

Janet F. Laribee, Stephen F. Laribee
1991 Information Resources Management Journal  
Managers and Management IS Managers IS Managers IS Managers IS Managers IS Managers Number Number Number Number Number Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Data Base Administrators 9 10.0 Director  ...  It is important for professionals directing information resources management curriculum development to be aware of the similarities and differences in the points of views held by the groups of information  ...  Information Resources Management . www.irma-international.org/article/expert-opinion/50990/ Assessment of End-User Computing from an Organizational Perspective François Bergeron, Suzanne Rivard and Louis  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.1991100103 fatcat:7fgap6rw7beevnvg52kdfytf2i

Managing business processes as an information resource

F. Leymann, W. Altenhuber
1994 IBM Systems Journal  
Summary and future work We described FlowMark, a system supporting both the modeling and the execution of business processes.  ...  On re- ceipt of such a request the work list server passes Resolving staff assignments and keeping track of the work requests are done by the work list manager. it through to the program execution server  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.332.0326 fatcat:abwom3qvhzcodfdu7jv7wjbkiu

Justifying Investment in Information Resource Management

Daniel Moody, Graeme Simsion
1995 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Information Resource Management (IRM) is the management of information as a corporate resource rather than as the property of individual systems or users.  ...  Such measures are essential for justifying the existence of the group, maintaining management support and continuously improving IRM practices.  ...  INTRODUCTION Information Resource Management The goal of Information Resource Management (IRM) is to manage information as a corporate resource, in the same way that other organisational resources such  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v3i1.392 fatcat:lixvnwr7bncrlbodk3d3akwz3a

Resources management subsystem for a large corporate information system

Ho-Nien Liu, William S. Peck, Paul T. Pollard
1969 Proceedings of the November 18-20, 1969, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '69 (Fall)  
At the base of the figure, the file management subsystem 4 centralizes control of all I/O functions; it exchanges information from the information system data base and therefore, makes the data independent  ...  DCMGET An on-line DCM subroutine which retrieves selected information from the data base for applications programs. It makes the applications programs independent af. the data base structure.  ...  The following references are selected by the authors for geners,l background information, but are not mentioned in the 1Gext. J MARTIN  ... 
doi:10.1145/1478559.1478611 dblp:conf/afips/LiuPP69 fatcat:uujquetmpvh5jb5zvp232ms54a

Information technology resource management in radiation oncology

R Alfredo Siochi, Peter Balter, Charles D Bloch, Harry S Bushe, Charles S Mayo, Bruce H Curran, Wenzheng Feng, George C Kagadis, Thomas H Kirby, Robin L Stern
2009 Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics  
The ever-increasing data demands in a radiation oncology (RO) clinic require medical physicists to have a clearer understanding of the information technology (IT) resource management issues.  ...  Finally, various models for assessing one's IT resource needs are described.  ...  These new demands require new models of RO IT resource management.  ... 
pmid:19918239 pmcid:PMC5720573 fatcat:txce6kwfmjdphbft32vu3o5hpi

Information technology resource management in radiation oncology*

R. Alfredo Siochi, Peter Balter, Charles D. Bloch, Harry S. Bushe, Charles S. Mayo, Bruce H. Curran, Wenzheng Feng, George C. Kagadis, Thomas H. Kirby, Robin L. Stern
2009 Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics  
The ever-increasing data demands in a radiation oncology (RO) clinic require medical physicists to have a clearer understanding of information technology (IT) resource management issues.  ...  Finally, various models for assessing one's IT resource needs are described.  ...  These new demands require new models of RO IT resource management.  ... 
doi:10.1120/jacmp.v10i4.3116 fatcat:5xcom4qwrve23jxgqvpzhmdhla

Geographic Information Systems [chapter]

2005 Resource Management Information Systems  
In addition, the non-point source loadings into the Houston Ship Channel were determined using a grid-based model developed in GIS.  ...  the proper WASP5 file, 3) execute the WASP5 subprogram for BOD/DO modeling and model calibration, 4) process the WASP5 output, and 5) assist the user in output visualization.  ...  Since WASP5 is a DOS-based model, ArcView must execute a DOS prompt to execute the model.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b17305-7 fatcat:4x2m3h6w5fcbzba6pahla57oqu

Organizational Memory Information Systems

Shouhong Wang
1999 Information Resources Management Journal  
It is usefulforthe development of organizational memory information systems for organizational learning, surveillance, and deci~ion making in general.  ...  The proposed modeling method extends the traditional information systems analysis into the context of organizational memory information systems.  ...  It might be practical to put this model into an information management perspective.  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.1999040103 fatcat:qzmmgnybjnh6pn7ki3ah7dq3x4

An Empirical Assessment of the Information Resource Management Construct

Bruce R. Lewis, Charles A. Snyder, R. Kelly Rainer
1995 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Information resource management: is it sensible and can THE INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCT 221 it work? /nformation and Management, 15, | (August 1988), 7-14. 36. Kull, D. The dawn of IRM.  ...  Four items were dropped based on these criteria: information technology architecture, corporate policy on data ownership, systems support for management decision making (DSS, EIS), and cooperative processing  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1995.11518075 fatcat:nt2elzxe6zd7dmwznbppo5djaq

Human resource management, information technology, and the competitive edge

Renae Broderick, John W. Boudreau
1992 Academy of Management Perspectives  
Investments in information technology are often touted as a critical means of speeding up and improving management decision making.  ...  Yet it has proved distressingly difficult to realize the potential of information technology investments.  ...  HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, AND THE COMPETITIVE EDGE Alice could never quite make it out in thinking it over afterwards, how it was they began: all she remembers is, that  ... 
doi:10.5465/ame.1992.4274391 fatcat:qjhxnqek6becfa2r2jfjyhn42y

HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM AS A STRATEGIC TOOL IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Ebenezer Ankrah, Evans Sokro
2012 Problems of Management in the 21st Century  
Key words: human resource information system, strategic human resource management, strategic decision making.  ...  The purpose of this research is to identify specifically, how the use of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) contributes to the effectiveness of strategic human resources management and to examine  ...  hris have tremendous effects on the system of human resource management (hrm). in this direction, a lot of the literature covering the link between human resource management and firm performance is based  ... 
doi:10.33225/pmc/12.05.06 fatcat:wy46g4o3tzdlpe2q4ryrqa2gpa

INFORMATION ASSURANCE - INTELLIGENCE - INFORMATION SUPERIORITY RELATIONSHIP WITHIN NATO OPERATIONS

Gheorghe BOARU, Ioan-Mihai ILIEŞ
2011 Journal of Defense Resources Management  
A permanent intelligence estimate will be performed during the military decision making process and operations execution.  ...  Information assurance is an information operation that must be planned by the military in charge of operation security or by non-military experts, executed by all personnel during the entire intelligence  ...  Thus, commanders often fi nd themselves in an uncomfortable position when they have to make a summary of the basic aspects to be taken into account when making decisions, a summary that is vital in achieving  ... 
doaj:2025ad35bc684f8fb0bbec6ced899477 fatcat:bunujn4trbe3deudcgyajjmtya

Effect of Information Systems Resources and Capabilities on Firm Performance: A Resource-Based Perspective

T. RAVICHANDRAN, CHALERMSAK LERTWONGSATIEN, CHALERMSAK LERTWONGSATIEN
2005 Journal of Management Information Systems  
In this paper, we draw from the resource-based theory to examine how information systems resources and capabilities impact firm performance.  ...  In contrast to past studies that have implicitly assumed that information systems assets could have direct effects on firm performance, this study draws from the resource complementarity arguments and  ...  In summary, while IS research has drawn from the resource-based theory to examine the IT-firm performance relationship, key gaps exist in the literature.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2005.11045820 fatcat:7c3yqnidebbx3bpfjldcdcw3fq

Information Technology in Human Resource Management: An Empirical Assessment

Alok Mishra, Ibrahim Akman
2010 Public personnel management  
Keywords: Human Resource Management (HRM), Human Resource Management System (HRMS), Human Resource (HR), Information Technology (IT), ANOVA test, Chi-square test.  ...  The survey was conducted among the 106 IT managers and professionals from various sectors, based on whose results, the data shows that IT is used extensively in the organizations to perform HRM functions  ...  Human resource information systems improve management decision-making. Canadian Manager, 22(4), 17-18; Totty, P. (2001). Human resources information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1177/009102601003900306 fatcat:gdmjp6gma5f7nbj7fgpsxjtopa
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