ITM309-Recitation1 - ITM 309 Recitation One: Introduction...

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1 ITM 309 Recitation One: Introduction to ITM 309 and Tutorial for WBI August 31 – September 01, 2011
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2 Agenda “Get to know each other” time Overview of Recitation “Roadmap” Discussing why we’re here ITM 309 – Getting around Resources, help room, etc. Use of ANGEL Dropbox for submitting assignments Introduction to Business Processes IBM WBI Tutorial
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3 Why are we here? IT is EVERYWHERE in business Think about information – exponential growth – IT is used to manage and leverage information You will use technology in your career every day. ITM 309 is designed to give you an overview of technologies and processes that are critical to create value in the business world. Recitation provides hands-on and applied opportunities to utilize the knowledge and concepts you will learn in lecture.
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Why are we here? Learn technologies that can give you a differential advantage in your career Participating in the design and implementation of business processes – IBM WBI Creating and utilizing decision making tools – MS Excel Utilizing data relational databases and understanding BI – MS Access Understanding the integrative role of IT in Business – Team Project
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course ITM 309 taught by Professor Rodammer during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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ITM309-Recitation1 - ITM 309 Recitation One: Introduction...

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