MIS 637 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGEMENT
1.Technology Transforms the Organization
2: A Dynamic Model of IT Strategy in a Netcentric Economy
3: New Business Models￼
4: Organizational Transformation with IT
5: Globalization and IT in International Business
6: Assessing the Value of Investing in IT: The Productivity Paradox
7: Making the IT Investment Decision
8: Choosing Technology
9: Implementing IT￼
10: Structuring and Managing The IT Function
11: Management Control of Information Technology
12: The Legacy Environment
13: The First Component: Computer Systems 14: The Second Component: The Database
15: The Third Component: Powerful Networks
16: Electronic Commerce: Changing How Business Is Done
17: Business Process: Examples from ERP and CRM
18: Decision and Intelligent Systems
19: Knowledge Management: Benefiting from Core Competencies
20: Technology Haves and Have Nots: The Digital Divide in the US and the World
21: Ethical Issues and a Look Ahead
Managerial Technology in Business
I. Business Driven Information Systems
1. Information Systems in Business
2. Strategic Decision Making
3. E-Business Module
II. Fundamentals of Information Systems
4. Ethics and Information Security
5. IT Architectures
Part II, Continued
6. Databases and Data Warehouses
7. Networks, Telecommunications, and Mobile Technology
III. Enterprise Information Systems
8. Operations Management and Supply Chain Management
9. Customer Relationship Management and Business Intelligence
10. Enterprise Resource Planning and Collaboration Systems
IV. Developing Information Systems
11. Systems Development and Project Management
12. Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and 21st Century Global Business
MIS417 MANAGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. The Importance of Information Systems Management.
2. The Top IS Job.
-The importance of MIS: strategic uses.
-Describe the place of information technology in today’s networked economy.
-Discuss the ways in which IT can contribute to the business model, and how to create business advantage using IT tools
3. Strategic Uses of Information Technology. 4. Information Systems Planning.
-Information systems architecture and planning. Introduction to the various systems architectures
– client-server, n-tier, etc Strategic Imperative: E-Business
-Planning tools: GANTT charts, Task Analysis, Critical Path
– Defining and Measuring Quality (Benchmarking, etc.)
-Information systems architecture and planning. (cont.). Discuss how each architecture fits a given business model
5. Distributed Systems: The Overall Architecture.
6. Managing Telecommunications.
-Managing IT systems process. Day-to-day operations of information, data, and telecommunications systems in support of business objectives.
7. Managing Information Resources.
8. Managing Operations.
-Managing Information Resources
-Introduction to Information Organization and Database.
-Managing IT systems (cont.) Day-to-day operations of information, data, and telecommunications systems in support of business objectives.
9. Technologies for Developing Systems.
10. Management Issues in System Development.
-Systems development. The Software Development Life Cycle.
-Systems development (cont). Development technologies, different models for the development process
11. Supporting Decision Making.
12. Supporting Collaboration.
-Decision Support systems.
-Management reporting, expert systems, integration of information tools with day
-Collaborative work systems.
-Groupware, intranet and supranets
13. Supporting Knowledge Work.
14. The Challenges Ahead.
-Moore’s Law, distributed and grid computing, wireless, RFID, and other near-term technical developments.