Syllabus - KELLERGRADUATESCHOOLOFMANAGEMENT Managerial...

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KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Managerial Applications of Information Technology (IS535) Phoenix Center March 2009 Session Monday, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. Instructor Information Joe B. ALEXANDER: my bio is at http://www.linkedin.com/in/joebalexander Mobile: 602-405-3468 e-mail : joe.alexander@cox.net (start subject line with “IS535:” when sending me e-mail) Course Description Managerial Applications of Information Technology will introduce students to the structure, applications, and management issues involved with corporate information systems . Students access the Internet to gather and utilize information as well as analyze business decisions using decision support tools. The course will investigate how technology is changing the way we communicate, make decisions, manage people, and manage business processes . Students will be required to meet on-line and share information electronically. Prerequisites: None Access to a computer with internet access is required. 84c83da476f319dee2f07f47ddc14f439474be92.doc 1
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KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT COURSE SYLLABUS Managerial Applications of Information Technology (IS535) Terminal Course Objectives (TCOs) TCO A - Given a description of business pressures in the digital firm requiring information systems solutions, describe the evolution, the current state, and the trends in information technology and solutions that address those pressures from a functional perspective. TCO B - Given a business scenario, explain how information systems can be used for strategic competitive advantages and the relationship among information systems, organizations, and business processes. TCO C - Given the demanding and changing role of corporate databases, evaluate various tools, technology and trends that can make databases more accessible and useful. TCO D - Given a business scenario, examine and explain the management issues and difficulties, and analyze the applicability of potential solutions surrounding wired and wireless communication networks, systems security and controls, and the Internet, Intranets, and Extranets . TCO E - Given a high-level description of a corporate information system, evaluate the issues involved with effectively managing information system assets, resources, and processes (hardware, software). TCO F - Given a business problem that requires an information systems solution, write a plan to address the problem using an information systems planning approach that recognizes the role of information systems in business process reengineering and other types of organizational change. TCO G - Given a business scenario, examine and explain the ethical, social, political, and security issues facing managers in the digital firm and how these issues affect the incorporation of information systems.
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