Managing the Data Resource
Effective management of organizations, both private and public, depends on information concerning the firm’s operations, finances, and the allocation of its resources. With such information management can control costs and maximize profits (private industry) or operational efficiency (public institutions). Such information also provides a basis for planning for future developments, i.e., new products, new services, improved operations.
KeywordsData Base Data File Data Item Data Resource Tactical Decision
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