As1-121 - BUS 237 – Assignment 1: MIS Article Critique 1...

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Unformatted text preview: BUS 237 – Assignment 1: MIS Article Critique 1 of 2 Due Date/Time: Check WebCT Assignments for the due date/time for your section! Purpose and Background: Many of the concepts you will be learning throughout this course are best understood as well as more interesting if you are aware of current and emerging MIS-related news in academic journals, newspapers, and magazines. This assignment will allow you to share an article of your choice from a reputable source and critique it. Key concepts include: New and current technology; management information systems; innovation; writing business critiques; analyzing media news; and business communication skills. Directions: Find a recent article (within 6 weeks of this assignment’s deadline) from either: The Economist Harvard Business Review Bloomberg Business Week Wired The Globe and Mail The Financial Times New York Times itbusiness.ca Your choice of article may be generally based on a technological innovation or application of technology (successful or otherwise), or more specifically related to one of the topics we have discussed or will discuss in class (see course outline). You must ensure that you reference your article correctly using APA referencing style, as well as to reference any other sources you use. You should provide an electronic copy (PDF format required)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course ECON 105 taught by Professor Hanafiahharvey during the Spring '08 term at Simon Fraser.

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As1-121 - BUS 237 – Assignment 1: MIS Article Critique 1...

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