400 words for each part. This is from the book Management Information Systems: Managing the digital firm
1.You have been hired as a nightclub intern to address the nightclub’s information needs.
Pick a nightclub and post the link in addition to the questions below. To prepare for your first day of work, you and a few friends decide to spend a Friday evening at the nightclub. Reporting to work on Monday afternoon, you wonder how much information technology a nightclub can possibly need and if there will be enough information and technology analysis opportunities to justify your internship. Sitting in the empty club a few hours before opening, you have your initial meeting with your boss. He/she gives you background on the club and an overview of their need to boost their information technology, data management, and decision-making capabilities. Your first task is to get acquainted with the club and its operations.
So you need to answer the following questions:
What is the club’s mission?
Who are the primary clientele?
What are the current employment opportunities?
What information is available to customers?
What information is available to employees?
What type of technology is needed for the club?
“Piloting Proctor & Gamble From Decision Cockpits” in Chapter 2, pg. 54
Answer the following questions:
How did these decision-making tools change the way the company ran its business?
How effective were they?
You are developing your strategies for your new booksandmore.com e-business to achieve a competitive advantage over your competitors, such as amazon.com. How can the competitive forces model be used to achieve competitive advantage?
In looking over the seven main components of IT infrastructure:
List specific infrastructure (names of technologies and systems) you would incorporate into a new online bookstore.
Make any assumptions you need to in order to carry out this assignment, such as the organization having a headquarters with 200 employees and another 200 that work remotely in other locations