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Name: Management Information System
Nickname: MIS
Birthday: 60’s
Age: 50+
Hobbies: collecting, storing, processing, analyz...
“When we forget where to go,
sometimes we go back.”
Emil Mesina
“When we go back, sometimes we are
lost”
Emil Mesina
“When we are lost, we find new ways”
Emil Mesina
“When we find new ways, we learn
something new”
Emil Mesina
“There is always a better way to do it..
…Find it”
“Make It Simple”
• Emil Mesina
MAELM 213:
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
EMIL P. MESINA
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MIS
Kenneth and Jane Laudon, authors of the textbook
Management Information Systems:
• First era: Mainframe and minicomputer c...
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
First Era
Mainframe and minicomputer computing
• pre-1965...
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
MAINFRAMES & MINI-COMPUTERS
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Second Era
PERSONAL COMPUTERS
• 1965 - microprocessors st...
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Apple’s very first computers…
Apple I Apple II
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
IBM PC
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Third Era
CLIENT/SERVER NETWORKS
• 1989 - World Wide Web ...
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Fourth Era
ENTERPRISE COMPUTING
• consolidated disparate ...
Fifth Era
CLOUD COMPUTING
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Fifth Era
CLOUD COMPUTING
• Distributed computing on inte...
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Fifth Era
A few years before he died, management
guru Pet...
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
History of Management Information System
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History of Management Information System

Brief history of MIS in line with Philippine EMIS

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History of Management Information System

  1. 1. Name: Nickname: Birthday: Age: Hobbies: Favorite food: Ambition: Civil Status: Spouse: Background: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  2. 2. Name: Management Information System Nickname: MIS Birthday: 60’s Age: 50+ Hobbies: collecting, storing, processing, analyzing, reporting Favorite food: data Ambition: “To help make things right” Civil Status: Married Spouse: Information Technology Background: paralleled with the development of ICT . HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  3. 3. “When we forget where to go, sometimes we go back.” Emil Mesina
  4. 4. “When we go back, sometimes we are lost” Emil Mesina
  5. 5. “When we are lost, we find new ways” Emil Mesina
  6. 6. “When we find new ways, we learn something new” Emil Mesina
  7. 7. “There is always a better way to do it..
  8. 8. …Find it”
  9. 9. “Make It Simple” • Emil Mesina
  10. 10. MAELM 213: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM EMIL P. MESINA HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MIS
  11. 11. Kenneth and Jane Laudon, authors of the textbook Management Information Systems: • First era: Mainframe and minicomputer computing • Second era: Personal computers • Third era: Client/server networks • Fourth era: Enterprise computing • Fifth era: Cloud computing HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM 5 eras of MIS
  12. 12. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM First Era Mainframe and minicomputer computing • pre-1965 • period of huge mainframe computers • IBM was the one-stop supplier of hardware and software. • Expensive  Education statistics were gathered primarily by three bureaus: 1. Bureau of Public Schools 2. Bureau of Private Schools 3. Bureau of Vocational Education
  13. 13. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  14. 14. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  15. 15. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MAINFRAMES & MINI-COMPUTERS
  16. 16. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Second Era PERSONAL COMPUTERS • 1965 - microprocessors started to compete with mainframes and minicomputers • accelerated the process of decentralizing computing power • 1970 - minicomputer technology gave way to personal computers • 1980 - proliferation of the low-cost Apple I and II and the IBM personal computer (PC) • Introduction of VisiCalc spreadsheet software  DECS* of the Philippines (1970’s) has been moving into computerization • Micro-computer based EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (EMIS) • 1975 – Creation of regional planning units within regional offices
  17. 17. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Apple’s very first computers… Apple I Apple II
  18. 18. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IBM PC
  19. 19. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Third Era CLIENT/SERVER NETWORKS • 1989 - World Wide Web was created by Tim Berners-Lee • This protocol HTML, used over the existing Internets that had been constructed opened up a new era of EDI the world had never seen. • Computer information sharing • Intranets – a network operating like the World Wide Web (www) but having access restricted to a limited group of authorized users (such as employees of a company) DECS* of the Philippines (1970’s) has been moving into computerization • Micro-computer based EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (EMIS)
  20. 20. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Fourth Era ENTERPRISE COMPUTING • consolidated disparate single-application software applications used by different departments • Enterprise software solutions integrate essential business operations – Marketing and sales – Accounting – Finance – Human resources – Inventory and manufacturing  CENTRAL office and decentralized regional offices are under one IS
  21. 21. Fifth Era CLOUD COMPUTING
  22. 22. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Fifth Era CLOUD COMPUTING • Distributed computing on internet • Delivery of computing service over the internet E.g. Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, facebook, twitter • exponential growth in Internet bandwidth consumption • According to Cisco Systems, worldwide Internet traffic is expected to reach 2 zettabytes annually by 2019 UDGS (Unified Data Gathering System) was developed and used until 2001 Development of the new computerized system in 2002 Now (2016), DepEd has completely evolved its MIS
  23. 23. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  24. 24. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MAELM 213 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Fifth Era A few years before he died, management guru Peter Drucker proclaimed the most important contribution management must make in the 21st century is to increase the productivity of the knowledge worker by abandoning the command- and-control management style of the 20th century and accepting the inevitability of employee autonomy.

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