Class 01 - Intro to MIS 301(1)

Class 01 - Intro to MIS 301(1) - MIS 301 CLASS #1...

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Leadership MIS 301 CLASS #1 Introduction to Information Technology Management (03615) Mukherjee
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Learning Names Call me Raj Make name tag Put your name on both sides in BIG PRINT Bring to class each day Fold  in half Ra jiv Mukherjee Rajiv Mukherjee
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MIS 301 Class #1 Agenda Introduction Why take this class? Overview of MIS 301
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Why do I need MIS 301? Why should I care about IT? I am a Marketing major. Why do I need MIS? How will MIS help my job prospects? If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a video worth? What is MIS?
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Me, Myself and IT… Class Registration Withdrawing money from the ATM Buying stuff online Email, SMS Social Medial – Twitter, Facebook Online games Sharing music, photos, videos
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IT in Business IT is the backbone of most businesses IT to compete Lower cost due to operational efficiency Higher Quality Faster response IT to innovate (new products/services)
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IT enabled products
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Rapid Technological Change in IT Number of transistors on an integrated circuit doubles every 18 months; as a result, the power of computing also doubles with ZERO additional cost (Moore’s Law) If cars improved at this rate we would all be driving $25 cars that get 1000 miles per gallon - Bill Gates
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Disruptive Technology An innovation that creates new markets and value networks and eventually disrupts or displaces an earlier technology, its market and value networks.
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Car Disrupts Horse Economy
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Disruptive Technology Examples
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Data vs. Information Data are streams of raw facts Information is data shaped into meaningful form that can be used to achieve a goal.
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