MIS training course provides you 360 degree view of the information technology (IT) management function to identify potential management blind spots and improvement areas.

Our highly skilled and experienced trainers help you to learn how to analyze, plan, and implement IT strategies using IT management and e-business frameworks, best practices, and decision making models. The course offers experiential analysis of the challenges in implementing the IT strategies, architectures and systems.

The course also emphasizes to develop work-based IT initiatives based on a set of issues, resources and business environment to help you to manage enterprise-wide management information systems. The focus remains to develop the core information systems management skills and competencies.

The core competencies include MIS / IT knowledge, planning, control, problem-solving and communication including hardware, software and networking. 

MIS training course provides you 360 degree view of the information technology (IT) management function to identify potential management blind spots and improvement areas.

Our highly skilled and experienced trainers help you to learn how to analyze, plan, and implement IT strategies using IT management and e-business frameworks, best practices, and decision making models. The course offers experiential analysis of the challenges in implementing the IT strategies, architectures and systems.

The course also emphasizes to develop work-based IT initiatives based on a set of issues, resources and business environment to help you to manage enterprise-wide management information systems. The focus remains to develop the core information systems management skills and competencies.

The core competencies include MIS / IT knowledge, planning, control, problem-solving and communication including hardware, software and networking. 

Customized Subjects 

  • Overview of MIS and enterprise IT architecture
  • Planning, designing, building, and managing IT systems
  • Information technology infrastructure management tools
  • Information systems management best practices
  • Summary of IT project management
  • General discussion of industry leading IT products

Course Content

The management training courseware includes the following:

  1. Participant's coursework and assessment project guide
  2. Executive summary of the subject matter:
    • Summary of essential concepts and MIS/IT management best practices
    • Examples and case studies
  3. MIS/IT management toolkit (management frameworks, decision models, checklists, etc.)
  4. Experiential work-based assessment project
  5. Online resources for the completion of the experiential assessment project

Type of Information in an MIS Report

In our pretend manager example, you've been asked to present information about your department's customer service calls. An MIS report for this would likely contain data such as:

  • The number of calls your staff takes
  • The number of emails that come in each day
  • The average amount of time it takes to answer a phone call or email
  • The number of questions that your staff answers correctly vs. the number that are incorrect

To make this information most useful, you also need to ensure that it meets the following criteria:

Relevant - MIS reports need to be specific to the business area they address. This is important because a report that includes unnecessary information might be ignored.

Timely - Managers need to know what's happening now or in the recent past in order to make decisions about the future. Be careful not to include information that is old. An example of timely information for your report might be customer phone calls and emails going back 12 months from the current date.

Accurate - It's critical that numbers add up and that dates and times are correct. Managers and others who rely on MIS reports can't make sound decisions with information that is wrong. Financial information is often required to be accurate to the dollar. In other cases, it may be OK to round off numbers.

Structured - Information in an MIS report can be complicated. Making that information easy to follow helps management understand what the report is saying. Try to break long passages of information into more readable blocks or chunks and give these chunks meaningful headings

What you need to bring Notepad and pen Add On Benefits:-

• Free Study Material

• Free All Training Classes Video

• Session as per your request

• Life Time Support By Trainer Key Takeaways Become expert to create MIS Report within a one day.