INFM612-Fall2012-Srikantaiah

INFM612-Fall2012-Srikantaiah - Management of Information...

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Management of Information Programs and Services INFM612: Fall 2012 Wednesday 6:00PM – 8:45PM Shady Grove Campus Instructor: Prof. Taverekere Srikantaiah (Kanti), Ph.D Office: Hornbake Building, 4111H Office Hours: Before and after the class Office Telephone: 301 405 7742 Email: [email protected] Course Description: Catalog Description: Administration of information programs, services, and projects, including the role of leadership in management; developing mission, vision, and goals; providing effective management for results; managing professionals; financial management; and professional conduct and ethical issues. Extended Description: INFM612 Management of Information Programs and Services will consider the administration of information programs, services, and projects, including the role of leadership; developing mission, vision, and goals; providing effective management for results; managing professionals; and financial management as an information system and strategic tool within an organization. The course will develop in students an ability to plan for, develop, manage, and keep programs attuned to the evolving objectives of their parent institutions; manage and motivate information professional to foster optimal development and application of their energies and talents; work as partners with other units in the program’s parent institution; develop measures and reporting mechanisms for monitoring and reporting effectiveness and impact; and show how to keep the program and its employees moving ahead. Students will consider professional conduct and ethical issues. This course will satisfy the advanced management course required for the MIM degree. Student Learning Outcomes: The course is designed to enable students to: Analyze a project’s or service’s life-cycle in terms of both human and material resources necessary for the project’s or service’s success within the context of the entire enterprise; 1
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Use leadership skills to conceptualize and develop programs and services, and ensure that they are integrated in, and responsive to the needs of the entire enterprise Develop techniques for successful vertical and horizontal implementation, and management of a project or service Understand the value of measurement when applied to workforce and resource allocation, and apply appropriate scales of measurement to project and service milestones and completion Apply the principles of financial management to short-term projects and services, and to long-term strategic initiatives within the entire enterprise Recognize innovation and the ways in which innovation and change are driven by the vision, mission, and goals of the entire enterprise Apply professional and ethical practices, particularly in the context of evolving standards affecting information management and financial information systems Understand the appropriate technological applications relating to the management of information programs and services Topics to be covered: 1.
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  • Management, blackboard discussion, information programs

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