intro - Internet and Integrated Productivity Software for...

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1 Fall 2008 Harvard Extension School Instructor: Dr. Stephan Kolitz http://courses.fas.harvard.edu/ext/ 12555 The basis for this course is functionality. The course is not designed to give you in-depth training in any particular software package. The course is designed to give you (at a high level) an understanding of what personal computers and productivity software can do and the implications for organizations. Completing this course will require a significant commitment of your time, but the teaching staff is here to make you successful. Internet and Integrated Productivity Software for Managers
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2 Planned Schedule of Class
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3 When you complete this course successfully, you will have learned about the: 1 Capabilities of desktop and internet software, especially for business application 2 Use of this software for personal and organizational productivity 3 Implications of current information technology for organizations 4 Future of information technology What computer should I buy? – should not be first question What do you want to do? – should be first question Functionality is the key
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4 Overview This course provides a solid foundation in end-user productivity software for word processing, spreadsheet analysis and modeling, charting, database management, presentations, and appropriate applications for interacting with the Internet It provides a foundation for subsequent courses in a business certificate or degree program Students learn the conceptual basis of each of these tools, how they are used for today's organizational management, the limitations of current technology, and possible future developments The emphasis is on using software in an integrated manner to organize, analyze, and communicate information The course includes substantial hands-on experience with personal computers and business-oriented software, but this is not a training course
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5 Software Functionality This course contains a conceptual introduction to the hardware and software technology available for business use today This course will focus principally on the functionality of applications that reside on personal computers It introduces representative end-user software for:
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course MGMT E-110 taught by Professor Koltz during the Summer '09 term at Harvard.

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