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CMIS Reality in the Palestinian Ministry of E&HE in Gaza Strip


  • Naser Al Shobaki

    (Al-Azhar University, Gaza)


The purpose of this study is to identify the reality of computerized Management Information Systems in the Palestinian Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The authors used the descriptive analytical method and the questionnaire method to collect the data. (247) questionnaires were distributed on the study sample and (175) questionnaires were collected back with a recovery rate of (70.8). The study showed a number of results, the most important of which are: there are no statistically significant differences between the responses of the sample members on the relationship of the management information systems to the quality of the administrative decisions in the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, due to the variables (gender, scientific qualification, age, career level). Statistics on the relationship of management information systems to the quality of administrative decisions in the Ministry of Education and Higher Education due to variable years of service. The study concluded that: Emphasize that in order for the Ministry of Education and Higher Education to be able to cope with the rapidly changing external environmental changes and the limited time available for the collection and analysis of information, this means that administrative information systems should be used. The need to work on increasing coordination between the various departments of the ministry because of its great impact on the success of the ministry in achieving its objectives. The importance of involving employees in making any changes and taking their suggestions about the system. The need for management to use external information to provide advice in the area of MIS as required.

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  • Naser Al Shobaki, 2017. "CMIS Reality in the Palestinian Ministry of E&HE in Gaza Strip," Post-Print hal-01575232, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-01575232
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    1. Mazen J. Al Shobaki & Samy S. Abu Naser, 2017. "Usage Degree of the Capabilities of Decision Support System in Al-Aqsa University of Gaza," Post-Print hal-01509458, HAL.
    2. Mazen J Al Shobaki & Samy S Abu Naser & Youssef M Abu Amuna & Suliman A El Talla, 2017. "Impact of Electronic Human Resources Management on the Development of Electronic Educational Services in the Universities," Post-Print hal-01500357, HAL.
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    Ministry of Education and Higher Education; Palestine; computerized management information systems;

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