GUC IS II - 2010 2011 spring -Course Outline

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" / " 9 % 3 % =9 % % %% 0 ? 5 : 3 %6 % 78 ! / ( =9 0 ? % % %3 4% :; 7;6 ;2 C 3 C 3 9 8 :9 8 ( DA E . 4 3 % 5 1 Contents 14.1 the importance of project managment 14.2 slecting projects 14.3 establishing the business value of information systems 14.4 managing projects risk 13.1 Systems as planned organizational change 13.2 Overview of systems develoment 13.3 Alternative systems-building approches 13.4 Application develpment for the digital firm 15.1 The growth of international information systems 15.2 Organizing international information systems 15.3 Managing global systems 15.4 Technology issues and opportunities for global value chains 9.1 Enterprise systems 9.2 Supply chain managment systems =' Chapter No/ Name ? ' Chapter 14: Project managment establishing the business value of systems and managing change. Chapter 14: Project managment establishing the business value of systems and managing change. Chapter 13: Building Systems Chapter 13: Building Systems Chapter 15: Managing global systems Chapter 15: Managing global systems Chapter 9: Achieving operational excellence and customer intimacy: Enterprise Applications Week (Mondays) Lecture topic 1 Project managment: establishing the business value of systems and managing change. 2 Project managment: establishing the business value of systems and managing change. 3 Building Systems 4 Building Systems 5 Managing global systems 6 Managing global systems 7 Mid-Term Exam 9.3 Customer relationship managment systems 9.4 Enterprise applicatons: new opportuniites and challanges 10.1 E-commerce and the internet 10.2 E-commerce 10.3 M-commerce 10.4 E-commerce payment systems 7.3The Internet 7.4 The wireless revolution Achieving operational excellence and customer intimacy: Enterprise Applications 8 Achieving operational excellence and customer intimacy: Enterprise Applications 9 E-commerce: Digital markets, digital goods Chapter 9: Achieving operational excellence and customer intimacy: Enterprise Applications Chapter 10: E-commerce: Digital markets, digital goods Chapter 10: E-commerce: Digital markets, digital goods Chapter 7: Telecommunications, the internet, and wireless technology Chapter 4: Ethical and social issues in information systems 10 E-commerce: Digital markets, digital goods 11 Telecommunications, the internet, and wireless technology 12 Ethical and social issues in information systems 4.1 Understanding ethical and social issues related to systems 4.2 Ethics in an informaiton society 4.3 The moral dimensions of information systems Revision Final Exam 6 D2 Topic Activity Tasks Week Tutorial/Lab PART 1: Project Managment • No tutorials are given in the first week 1 • No tutorials are given in the first week Tutorial No tutorials are given in the first week 2 • • • • • • • Tutorial Introduction to Information Systems II 3 Lab Session Project managment Introducing students to the Information Systems II course, set the context and the background. Introduction to the importance and the needs for project management for students (theoretically). Introduction to the basics of using MS Project (practically). Students have a practical practice on using MS Project during lab sessions. Assignment #1 Students present assignment # 1 for TAs • • • Quiz 1 (lectures 1&2) Participation activity Deadline for assign. (1) 4 Lab Session Project managment 5 Lab Session Project managment PART 2: Business Process Management • Business process management (theoretical). • • • Quiz # 2 (lectures 3&4) Participation activity Participation activity 6 Lab Session Business process management 7 • • • Lab Session • • Business process management Business process management (practical) using Adonis software. Assignment #2 Business process management (practical) using Adonis software. Feedback on assignment #2 Students present assignment #2 and provide reports for TAs 8 Lab Session Business process management • Participation activity 9 Lab Session Operational excellence & ecommerce • Deadline for assign. (2) 7 PART 3: Operational excellence & e-commerce • IS operational excellence & e-commerce issues (practice / questions) • • Quiz # 3 (lectures 7&8) Participation activity 10 • IS operational excellence & e-commerce issues (practice / questions) Final project Feedback Final project submission and presentation • Final project submission and presentation • Tutorial Operational excellence & ecommerce 11 Tutorial Operational excellence & ecommerce 12 • Tutorial Final project 8 D+ - > $> ? ?3 - ) $ 3 !## /3 >$ ? 9 ( Tutorial #: Excellent 1 0 Group name: Good 2 Average 3 / C (2 #E C E2 Adequate 4 Poor 5 Criteria for excellent presentation Criteria for poor presentation 1.Structure 10% [2 points] Sdt. A • Presentation title / outline Sdt. B Sdt. C Sdt. D Sdt. E [0.5 pt.] • Title /outline is missing • No introduction / main body/ conclusion • Overloaded slides • Presentation introduction/ main body/ conclusion [1 pt.] font size) [0.5 pt.] • Clear slides (not overloaded/ 2.Content 50% [10 points] • Coverage of all requested points [2 pt.] • No enough coverage • Using long quotation/ use • W ork explained in students’ own words [2 pt.] others work • Using examples [2 pt.] • Good argument [2 pt.] • Quality of answering questions • Missing examples • W eek or no argument • Poor questions’ answers [2 pt.] 3.References 10% [2 points] • References correctly presented [1 pt.] • References incorrectly presented • References from quality journals/conference [1 pt.] • Lack of quality references 4.Evidence of group work 10% [2 points] • Evidence of group work / Story line [2 pt.] • No evidence of group W ork/Pieces of information 5.Communication style 20% [ 4 points] • Clearly spoken/ loudly [0.5 pt.] • Mention the key points [1 pt.] • Unclear, difficult to hear • Missing the key points • Little or no use of notes [1 pt.] • Evidence of clear and logical • Dependant on notes/slides • Confused and difficult to follow/ Inconsistent • Colloquial language • Incorrect spelling and train of thought [0.5 pt.] • Academic language [0.5 pt.] • Spelling and grammar [0.5 pt.] grammar Total 100% [20 Points] 10 ( Tutorial: Student name: 1) 2) Excellent 1 Good 2 0 / #/ C 2 Group name: Student ID: 3) Average 3 Adequate 4 4) Poor 5 5) Criteria for excellent report Criteria for poor report 1.Structure 10% [2 points] • Include cover page [0.25 pt.] • Table of contents [0.25 pt.] • Introduction [0.25 pt.] • Main discussion [0.5 pt.] • Layout [0.25 pt.] • Conclusion [0.25 pt.] • Spelling and grammar[0.25pt.] • Cover page is missing • Table of contents is missing • No introduction /Vague • Pieces of information / no links or story line • No conclusion • Incorrect spelling and grammar 2.Content 60% [12 points] • Coverage of all requested points [2 pt.] • No enough coverage • W eek or no argument • Missing or irrelevant • Good argument [2 pt.] • Use of appropriate examples [2 pt.] examples • Original ideas [2 pt.] • W ork explained in students’ • Using long quotation/ use others work own words [2 pt.] • Usage of others work/words • No criticism • Accepting opinion • Critical approach [1 pt.] • Challenging opinion [1 pt.] 3.References 15% [3 points] • References correctly presented [1.5 pt.] • References incorrectly presented • References from quality journals/conference/ research papers [1.5 pt.] • Lack of quality references 4.Evidence of group work 15% [3 points] • Evidence of group work / Story line [1.5 pt.] • No evidence of group work • No theme/links between each • Theme/links between each piece. [1.5 pt.] piece. Total 100% [20 Points] 11 ...
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