The final submitted work of each group will be shared

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The final submitted work of each group will be shared with discussant groups three days before the presentation. Details for Group Project: 8
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The final project will involve the students to select a real organisation of any sector, such as manufacturing, financial, services, public administration etc. You are expected to produce a case study of any management information systems (ERP, CMS, KMS, DSS) at the end of this course. The Harvard case studies are benchmark to follow for your case study project. Throughout in this course we will discuss many case studies including Harvard cases that will guide you how to study, analyse, evaluate, and produce a case study. During lecture no. 8, all groups will present for 15 minutes to brief me and your peers about the selected organization, its information systems and technologies. We also expect you to share with us your action plan to complete the final project (case study). Bear in mind that it is the responsibility of the student to continuously keep track of key dates/weeks/lecture outline and any student not prepared for the class will be marked negatively in CP as well as the relevant class activity. Course Policies All participants of the course are expected to adhere the following policies; Attendance Policy - If you are not inside the classroom within 5 minutes of the start of class, you will be marked absent. Class Participation – Class participation is an important element of this course. Learning depends heavily on active participation. Careful reading of assigned material and thoughtful reflection, will enable students to make quality participation. Discussion groups - Students will be divided into different discussion groups during the early sessions. These groups will be asked to make presentations on case questions given in class and will be marked collectively for the written report of the project. Students must ensure that they turn off or set all electronic equipment on silent, prior to entering the classroom. Make up Exams, presentations and simulations - No makeup exams, presentations or simulations will be arranged without confirmed or approved documentation. 9
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Students must bring a copy of the assigned readings to the class. Do’s and Don’ts of Class DON’T Submit assignments, quizzes late. Such assignments and quizzes will not be accepted. Take notes during the lectures. Cause disturbance in class. If you have a question, address it to the lecturer. Ask questions that are relevant to the topic being discussed and participate actively in class discussions and activities. Walk in and out of class during the lecture as you please. If you have an emergency, let the lecturer know. Let the lecturer know in advance if you need to miss a class. Come to class without your own copy of reading material assigned for that week. Ask the lecturer to reschedule deadlines. Ask the lecturer to change attendance details. Eat/Drink food in class. Do Not forget to write some form of identification on each document that is due for submission of any kind . It is not anyone’s responsibility to keep track of the author of such documents but the author himself/herself. 10
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