A Strategic Perspective on Management Intelligent Systems

  • Zhaohao SunEmail author
  • Sally Firmin
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 171)


Management intelligent systems (MIS) is a new paradigm integrating management with intelligent systems. What are the core components of MIS? What are intelligent systems for management? How can management integrate with intelligent systems? All these questions remain open in an MIS context. This article addresses these issues by examining MIS from a strategic perspective. More specifically, this article first examines management in information systems, management for intelligent systems and intelligent systems for management. Then this article provides a strategic model for MIS encompassing core components of MIS, through integrating main management functions with intelligent systems taking into account decision making of managers in organizations. The approach proposed in this article will facilitate the research and development of MIS, management and intelligent systems and information systems.


Management intelligent systems (MIS) information systems artificial intelligence (AI) decision making intelligent systems 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Science, Information Technology and EngineeringUniversity of BallaratBallaratAustralia

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