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Considering your business experiences and understandings, how important is a sound DBMS to your organization? How closely do your information technology professionals need to work with professionals from the various business functional areas (such as HR, finance, marketing and product development)? How much technical expertise in the field of IS and IT does a competent manager need?
Address these issues, as well as, any pertinent examples of instances where you have seen poor database management practices or poor knowledge management impact your organization. How has the Ladder of Inference broken down? What about examples of good management?

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information and decision support

Considering your business experiences and understandings, how important is a sound DBMS to your organization?
A sound DBMS is important to my organization. This is because the application time is reduced and simultaneously the DBMS can be accessed from several points in my company. Also in a DBMS there are excellent data integrity & security features. A sound DBMS is important because it supports some of the vital functions of my company. For example, it supports the payroll administration in my company..
How closely do your information technology professionals need to work with professionals from the various business functional areas (such as HR, finance, marketing and product development)? The IT professionals of our ...

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