The three activities in an information system that produce the information organizations use to control operations are
A) information retrieval, research, and analysis.
B) input, output, and feedback.
C) data, information, and analysis.
D) data analysis, processing, and feedback.
E) input, processing, and output.
The three principal levels within a business organization hierarchy are
A) senior management, operational management, and service workers.
B) senior management, middle management, and operational management.
C) senior management, operational management, and information systems.
D) senior management, middle management, and service workers.
E) senior management, data workers, and service workers.
Disciplines that contribute to the technical approach to information systems are
A) computer science, engineering, and networking.
B) operations research, management science, and computer science.
C) engineering, utilization management, and computer science.
D) management science, computer science, and engineering.
E) economics, sociology, and psychology.