For graduate and executive level MIS students, and practicing IS managers.
A thorough and practical guide to IT management practices and issues.
Comprehensive coverage of IS management practices and technology trends for advanced students and managers. Through an approach that offers up-to-date content and full-length case studies, this course addresses the ways in which managers use modern business information systems and networks to enhance the management process and promote business outcomes. Building on core concepts of the role and function of information systems in the organization, the course will focus on the key areas of management decision making related to investment in and strategic management of information technology resources. The impact of digital network and communications technology on modern business activities and strategies will be a core theme of the course.
Course introduces the basic functional areas of business and how they are related. It demonstrates how information systems that are not effectively integrated fail to support business functions and business processes that extend across functional area boundaries. By contrast, students clearly see how integrated information systems help organizations improve business process and provide managers with accurate, consistent, and current data for making informed strategic decisions. Cases and real examples throughout this course not only thoroughly introduce the practical aspects of information Systems but also prepare learners for ongoing IS/IT success in business today and tomorrow.
the course enable students to:
- examine the role of computerized information systems (IS) within the business organization
- understand a range of issues raised for managers through the use of computerized IS within the organization
This Course may be subject to receive Statement of
Accomplishment from the professor (rules and
Regulation may apply)
Specific topic coverage includes:
- Nicholas Carr, “Does IT Matter?”
- Evolving Value Chain
- Cloud Computing
- Grid Computing
- Open Source
- Mobile Trends
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Bi & Big Data
- Internet of things
- Predictive Analytic and their use in Business performance