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COMM391 Section 202 Phase 4 by Mind Map: COMM391 Section 202 Phase 4
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COMM391 Section 202 Phase 4

Group 215

Data warehouse is used to integrate your database. Data mining is an analysis tool that enables organizations to determine relationships between internal and external factors. The question for this map has two parts. You did not answer the first part which was at what level of organization will the data be used. Your map has identified the information that is being used in management control and strategic management. How about operational level? Relevance: Weak. Content: Adequate. Reasoning: Adequate +. Overall: Adequate  

Accountants

City Workforce

At what level of the organisation will the data/information from Phase 3 be used? And how?

Group 205

Would have liked to have seen more detail, such as applications of the types of systems that you now know from class. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Weak; Reasoning: Weak Overall: Weak+

The information is used for the strategic management level.

Some information can be used for the operational level

Group 206

Data warehouses simply store your data, you will need data mining technologies to translate it into information. Would like to have seen an application of the types of systems you learned in class as well. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Adequate; Reasoning: Adequate Overall: Adequate

The information and data about stocks and market fluctuations will be used by the consultants and analysts themselves, through various financial instruments and ratios, in order to make informed recommendations for their customers.

Group 207

Great job using the mind map to link all the levels of the organization where the data/information will be used. Relevance: Adequate+; Content: Good+; Reasoning: Good Overall: Good

DataMed

Group 218

Very good detail about what info is being used for what purpose. Identifying industry’s trends is more in the strategic management level. The second part of the question was how to use the data? To answer this part you need to identify the information systems that are needed to help you get the information that require need (TPS, MIS, DSS, ESS) Relevance: Good. Content: Adequate+. Reasoning: Adequate. Overall: Adequate +  

MoveIT

Group 219

Good job on identifying of what level in the organization is going to use data. Need more detail about how DSS is helping to analyze what data! To analysis your data you need data mining system. Data warehouse as you mentioned is only used to store data Relevance: Good. Content: Good. Reasoning: Adequate +. Overall: Good  

Operations: We are going to use most of our data at the operations level under logistics and sales&marketing (customer service). New customers added to the system.

Management Control: Under Management control level we would conduct strategies for logistics.

Strategic Management Level: Logistics wise we would use DSS to make forecasts

Additionally, we will create a data warehouse to compile our old paper-based information in order to analyze later. We would have to transcribe this data

Group 220

Operational database should be used to carry out specific dat-to-day tasks. Building customer relationship and identifying the trends in the market are more managerial jobs and in the strategic management and management control levels. Relevance: Weak. Content: Weak +. Reasoning: Weak. Overall: Weak +  

VanRealty

Group 201

Good job outlining all the areas of datamed where the systems would lie. The only issue is that it might take awhile to implement it all, in the later phases start thinking of how you plan on implementing them. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Good; Reasoning: Good Overall: Good-

Our information would be used primarily at 3 levels: operation, operational and mangement control

Group 214

Very good detail about what information you need and why you need them. What information systems do you need to get those information? (TPS, MIS, DSS, ESS)? Relevance: Good.Content: Adequate.Reasoning: Good.Overall: Adequate +  

Data Needs:

Group 213

Great detail about what information is needed and how you are getting it. You can also use DSS, MIS and ESS to help you make more efficient decisions. Relevance: Good. Content: Good +. Reasoning: Good. Overall: Good +  

Good Foods Canada

Group 212

Good detail about the information that are needed for a smooth operation. But in order to find the trends in the market and predict some certain behavior of your customers, you need more strategic information systems such as ESS and EIS. However, the question is that what exactly do you need to know about your customers and industry? If there is a pattern in your past records, such as the increase in the demand for your service in summers and decrease in winter, you don’t need neither DSS nor ESS/EIS. Relevance: Good. Content: Adequate. Reasoning: Good. Overall: Adequate+  

MoveIT

Group 211

Great map with good detail. Seems you have understood the importance of role of information in the success/failure of your business. The only comment would be that you can use more information systems (MIS, DSS, ESS/EIS) to help your business run smoothly and help your manages make more efficient decisions. Relevance: Good. Content: Good +. Reasoning: Good. Overall: Good +  

Good Foods Canada

On an added note: if we do not have a good inventory database, our company falls apart due to poor production/quality

Our extensive data on worker/workplace characteristics and worker/employee ratings will be mined to find correlations between these characteristics and job satisfaction and performance.

Group 208

Great mind map, the only issue is that you have a LOT of systems. If you can justify the costs of their implementations than that's fine, but just keep it in mind that it might be better to focus on less technologies but that are needed for your core activities. Relevance: Adequate+; Content: Good+; Reasoning: Good Overall: Good

Good Foods

Group 209

I would like to remind you that the mind map this week was to identify the levels of the organization where the data/information will be used, and so that should have been the starting point of your mind map branches. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Weak+; Reasoning: Adequate Overall: Adequate

City Workforce

Group 210

Good use of the mind map to branch out your ideas, just lacked a bit of detail in the branches but otherwise solid thought pattern. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Good; Reasoning: Good- Overall: Good-

Good Foods

Group 204

How does the data from the surveys get transferred to management control? I think you need to redefine management control, because you seem to link everything from forecasting demand/supply, performance appraisal, pairing future employees with clients with it. Describe the Wiki's more in detail and what you mean by networked collective intelligence. Relevance: Adequate Content: Weak+; Reasoning: Weak+ Overall: Adequate-

Some of the information would be used for Management Control.

Some of the information would be used for Operational levels of decision making.

Group 203

Your CRM solution conflicts with your performance mointoring of customers, to either keep serving them or not. Another issue was that you want to forecast data using a DSS, which could be problematic if you are a small company and will not have enough information to justify the implementation of a DSS as of yet. Relevance: Adequate; Content: Adequate; Reasoning: Adequate Overall: Adequate

Data/information will be used for strategic management and management control

Group 202: City WorkForce

Great job outlining all the areas that would be effected by your information and the systems that will ensue. One issue I found was how your plan to pre-screen applicants according to recruitment directives, what directives exactly? How does It come into play there? Relevance: Adequate; Content: Good+; Reasoning: Good Overall: Good

Employment data concerning number/type/level of temporary positions created in the past five years

Candidate qualification data (Resume Information) qualifications, experience, portfolio, references

Job Openings and Need for Employees (Scheduling)

Revenue Data: Subscription Fees and Commissions

Industry metrics data