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SEMESTER PADAT GENAP 2009/2010 INSTITUT MANAJEMEN TELKOM

YUHANA ASTUTI, S.Si, S.E, M.T, M.Agr

KETERANGAN
TOTAL PERTEMUAN 12X MASA PERKULIAHAN TGL 28 JUNI-19 JULI 2009 UJIAN AKHIR SEMESTER TGL 21 JULI-24 JULI 2009 KEHADIRAN (ABSENSI) MHS 100% TOLERANSI KETERLAMBATAN 10 MENIT NILAI MAKS. UNTUK YANG MENGULANG B+ PENILAIAN MELIPUTI : NILAI UTS (30%)

NILAI UAS (30%) NILAI TUGAS PER SESI (10%) NILAI KUIS (10%) NILAI TUGAS PROYEK (20%) TIDAK ADA UJIAN / TUGAS SUSULAN

TUGAS PER SESI


BUATLAH RESUME MATERI DI SETIAP AKHIR

SESI (+/- 2 HALAMAN)

UNTUK TAMBAHAN GUNAKAN BUKU SEBAGAI

REFERENSI /NARA SUMBER, BUKAN WEBSITE, BLOG ATAU MEDIA ONLINE LAINNYA. DENGAN JAWABANNYA) YANG BERKAITAN DENGAN MATERI TERSEBUT

BUATLAH MINIMAL 2 PERTANYAAN (DISERTAI

DIKUMPULKAN DI SETIAP AKHIR PERKULIAHAN

TUGAS PROYEK UTS


BUATLAH ARTIKEL SINGKAT MENGENAI ISUE

YANG BERKAITAN DENGAN SISTEM MANAJEMEN INFORMASI YANG TERBARU (+/- 5 HALAMAN)

ARTIKEL DIKUMPULKAN KETIKA UTS

TUGAS PROYEK UAS


Rancanglah sebuah Sistem Informasi Manajemen pada bidang

(pilih salah satu ): Keuangan Manufaktur Pemasaran Sumber daya manusia Berikan ketentuan / asumsi yang jelas dan detail mengenai SIM pada bidang yang ada pilih Gambar rancangan sistemnya (Anda boleh menggunakan metode Konvensional/ Terstruktur atau UML) Sebutkan tabel-tabel yang ada lengkap dengan atribut dan type datanya. Gambar sketsa tampilan menu.

BUKU REFERENSI

Raymond McLeod, Jr. (1995).

Sistem Informasi

Manajemen. Prentice Hall. Jogiyanto .(5000). Analisis dan Desain (Sistem Informasi : Pendekatan terstrukstur teori dan praktek aplkasi bisnis). Andy Offset. etc

SESSION 1

Introduction to the Computer-Based Information System

DEFINISI SISTEM INFORMASI MANAJEMEN


SISTEM : Suatu susunan yang teratur dari kegiatan kegiatan yang saling berkaitan dan susunan prosedurprosedur yang saling berhubungan, yang melaksanakan dan mempermudah kegiatankegiatan utama organisasi/institusi

INFORMASI : Data yang telah diproses/diolah sehingga memiliki arti atau manfaat yang berguna DATA Angka-angka atau statistik-statistik daripadanya dapat menghasilkan kesimpulan

yang

MANAJEMEN : PROSES, manajemen adalah kegiatan yang dilakukan untuk menyelesaikan suatu pekerjaan secara bersama-sama atau melibatkan orang lain demi mencapai tujuan yang sama

SUBJEK, manajemen adalah orang (atau orangorang) yang melaksanakan kegiatan tersebut

SISTEM INFORMASI MANAJEMEN : Jaringan prosedur pengolahan data yang dikembangkan dalam suatu sistem (terintegrasi) dengan maksud memberikan informasi (yang bersifat ekstern dan intern) kepada manajemen sebagai dasar pengambilan keputusan.

Information Management

Information:
The most valuable resource

Five Main Resources

Personnel Material

Machines
(including

facilities and energy)

Money
Information (and data)

Physical

Conceptual

How Resources are Managed

Acquire
Assemble, or prepare Maximize use

Replace

Factors Stimulating Interest in Information Management


Increasing complexity of business activity International economy Worldwide competition Increasing complexity of technology Shrinking time frames Social constraints Improved computer capabilities Size Speed

Who are the Users?


Managers
Nonmanagers Persons & organizations in the firms

environment

The Influence of Management Level on Information Source

Strategic planning level Management control level Operational control level

Environmental

Internal

The Influence of Management Level on Information Form

Strategic planning level Management control level Operational control level

Summary

Detail

Managers Can Be Found on All Levels and in All Functional Areas of the Firm
Strategic planning level

Management Control Level

Operational Control Level


Finance Function Human Resources Function Information Services Function Manufacturing Function Marketing Function

What Managers do -Fayols Functions


Strategic
Planning Level

Management
Control Level

Operational
Control Level

Plan
Direct
Control

Organize
Plan
Control
Staff
Organize

Direct

Staff Organize

Control

Staff
Plan

Direct

Management Skills
Communications Problem solving

How can an information specialist help?

Computer Reports
Noncomputer reports

Letters & Memos Electronic mail

Written Media

Internal Sources

Periodicals

Problem Solving Information Comes in Many Forms

Problem Solving

Scheduled Meetings
Unscheduled Meetings

Telephone Voice Mail Tours Business Meals

External Sources

Oral Media

System Components

Component parts of a system that can control its own operations


Objectives

Control mechanism

Input

Transformation

Output

Open-Loop System

Input

Transformation

Output

Open versus Closed Systems


Open system Connected to its environment by means of resource flows
Closed system Not connected to its environment

Systems
Can Be Composed of Subsystems or Elemental Parts

System
Subsystem A Subsystem B Elemental Part C

Subsystem A-1

Subsystem B-1

Subsystem A-2

Subsystem B-2

Subsystem A-3

Elemental part B1

Physical and Conceptual Systems


Physical system The business firm Composed of physical resources

Conceptual system Represents a physical system Uses conceptual resources


Information Data

A Systems View

Business operations are embedded

within a larger environmental setting


Reduces complexity Requires good objectives Emphasizes working together Acknowledges interconnections Values feedback

Data and Information


Information processor Key element in the conceptual system Computer Noncomputer Combination Data is the raw material transformed into

information

Evolution of the CBIS


Data Processing (DP) Management Information Systems (MIS)

1964

IBM promoted the concept as a means of selling disk files and terminals

Decision Support Systems (DSS) 1971 Text books distinction:


MIS: Organizational/group - general DSS: Individual - specific

Office Automation (OA) 1964 Artificial Intelligence (AI)/ Expert Systems (ES) - 1990s

Heavy investment by businesses

The CBIS Model


Computer-based Information System

(CBIS) Problem Information


Accounting Information System

Decisions

Management Information System


Decision Support Systems

Problem Solution

The Virtual Office Knowledge-based Systems

Information Services

Information specialists have


full-time responsibility for developing and maintaining computer-based systems

Traditional Communication Chain


Database Administrator

User

Systems Analyst

Programmer

Operator

Computer

Network Specialist

End-User Computing (EUC)


End-user computing Development of all or part of applications Information specialists act as consultants

Stimulants to EUC Increased computer literacy IS backlog Low-cost hardware (the PC) Prewritten software (electronic spreadsheets)

IS and EUC The End-User Computing Communication Chain

Information Specialists

Support

Communication

User

Computer

Justifying the CBIS


Justify in the same manner as any other large

investment Economic

Cost reduction Reduced inventory investment Increased productivity (CAD/CAM)

Noneconomic Perceived value

Achieving the CBIS

Reengineering the CBIS


Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Reworking systems Good system features retained Becoming development methodology of choice

Roles Played by the Manager and by the Information Specialist


Phase Manager Information Specialist

Planning Analysis Design

Define problem Control Control Control Control

Support

System Study
Design system Implement system Make available

Implementation
Use