5-IS II GUC 2009 2010 spring- lecture 5

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Unformatted text preview: Information Systems II Lecture 5 Chapter 15: Managing Global Systems Managing Global Systems Dr. Hany Ismail 2 Chapter 15: LEARNING OBJECTIVES Part 1 The Gr owth of I nter national I nfor mation Systems Part 3 M anaging Global Systems Part 2 Or ganizing I nter national I nfor mation Systems Part 4 Technology Issues and Opportunities for Global Value Chains Global Product Development and Production Global Product Development and Production CASE STUDY HP Laptop Path to the Market CASE STUDY HP Laptop Path to the Market 1. The concept and design came from a design team in the U.S ., 2. and engineering design was done in Taiwan . 1. Graphics processors were designed in Canada and manufactured in Taiwan . 1. Taiwan and South Korea manufactured LCD screens and memory chips. 1. The hard drive was made in Japan . 1. Other components came from China , Japan , Singapore , South Korea , and the U.S . , 1. and the laptop was assembled in China . CASE STUDY HP Laptop Path to the Market Q: what are the advantages of having this work accomplished across the world? 6 Growth of international trade has radically altered domestic economies around the globe U.S. exports $1 trillion , imports $1.7 trillion For example, production of many high-end electronic products parceled out to multiple countries Example: Hewlett-Packard (hp) Part 1 The Gr owth of I nter national I nfor mation Systems 7 Str ategy when building inter national systems 1- Under stand global envir onment 2- Develop cor por ate str ategy for competition 3- Develop or ganization str uctur e and division of labor 4- Consider management issues 5- Consider technology platfor m Part 1 The Gr owth of I nter national I nfor mation Systems 8 International Information Systems Architecture The major dimensions for developing an international information systems architecture are the global environment, the corporate global strategies, the structure of the organization, the management and business processes, and the technology platform....
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