Enterprise Modeling

How do the decisions across the three different managerial levels differ?

Reflect on the following in a minimum of 500 words. This reflection activity is comprised of two sections collectively totaling a minimum of 500 words. Complete your reflections by responding to all prompts.

The Case for Letting Business Solve Social Problems
Reflect on the following questions. Demonstrate your understanding of the concepts, as well as how these concepts will affect your thinking and practice in the future.

How do the decisions across the three different managerial levels differ?
When you or managers you have had in the past made decisions at each of the different levels, did you or did they have sufficient data and understanding to make a decision? Discuss an example of a decision made with insufficient data or information and its result.
If you were designing an MSS, what different data, information, or support systems would you include for each of the three different managerial levels?
Specifically, for an IT manager, what data is important for the MSS to provide and what decisions can it help them make?
Starting a Business
Reflect on the following questions. Demonstrate your understanding of the concepts, as well as how these concepts will affect your thinking and practice in the future.

How do CSFs and KPIs support business decisions?
How can IT managers leverage CSFs and KPIs? (Your answer should be broader than just making decisions and include advantages such as improving employee motivation.)
Who should be involved in the process of creating CSFs and KPIs for a large business? What about a small business?
Should the IT department be consulted before a company finalizes its CSFs and KPIs? How could feedback from an IT manager affect the language of CSFs and KPIs?

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