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dc.contributor.authorObim, Linus O
dc.description.abstractunc with its strategy, set budgets and increased overall productivity. To be first in today's competitive environment, first-rate training and management of the same is required to tackle issues presented by a changing ,••.orklorcc. changing technology and changing expectations of the clients/customers. For business. increased education and skills translates into increased productivity, creativity and competitiveness. The use or computerized Information Systems for management leads to lots pf gain in efficiency and effectiveness in performance with consequent reduction in operational costs, improved managerial decision support, improved product quality and service delivery. hence gain in competitive advantage. In this research, a survey was conducted in some major institutions in Kenya to explore the existence and use or information systems to manage training operations and the infrastructures in place to enable sharing of information between their geographically dispersed campuses. According to till': research fiudings obtained from the survey, the pertinent problems were poor communication between the campuses, data inconsistencies, untimely production of reports and to some extent poor security or information. The Department of Defense was selected as a case study and a detailed study or its training operations undertaken. Using the research findings, the researcher modeled a system seeking to provide solutions to these problems.en
dc.subjectManagement Information Systemen
dc.titleA Training Management Information System to enhance productivity in institutions with geographically dispersed training unitsen
local.publisherSchool of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobien

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