All of the Following Are Examples of Environmental Actors in an Information
All of the following are examples of environmental actors in an information system except:
E) regulatory agencies.
In a hierarchical organization, the upper levels consist of:
A) managerial, professional and knowledge workers.
B) managerial, professional, and technical workers.
C) professional and operational workers.
D) managerial, professional, and operational workers.
E) knowledge, technical and operational workers.
The fundamental set of assumptions, values, and ways of doing things that has been accepted by most of a company's members is called its:
A) business process.
All of the following can be considered managerial responsibilities except:
A) making action plans to solve organizational problems.
B) creating new products and services.
C) designing new information systems.
D) allocating human resources to coordinate the work to be done.
E) setting strategy for responding to business challenges in the environment.