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4. Goal 4: Societal and Ethical Relevance: Graduates and Faculty of the MBA program will be able to identify and evaluate the ethical and societal implications of doing business as an organization. Mapping Program Objectives and Goals with Course Learning Outcomes PROGRAM LEARNING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES COURSE ASSESSMENT ITEMS Goal 1: Academic Rigor and CLO1 and CLO2 Cases, quizzes and exams 4
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Relevance Goal 2: Research and Entrepreneurial Spirit CLO3 and CLO4 Class project and exams Goal 3 Managerial and Business Application CLO2, CLO4, CLO5 CP, class project, cases and exam Goal 4: Societal and Ethical Relevance CLO5 CP, cases Required Course Materials Textbook: Laudon, K. And Laudon, J. (2012) Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 12th Edition, Pearson Education. Reference Book: Applegate, L.M., Austin, R.D., McFarlan, F.W. and Applegate, L.M., 2009. Corporate Information Strategy and Management: Text and Cases . Boston: 8 th Edition, McGraw-Hill Additional reading material will be uploaded on LMS relevant to different topics discussed in the class. Students are also encouraged to read other published articles relevant to the topics discussed in the class. Course Evaluation (Grade Breakup) Grading will be done as per NBS criteria. The breakup of the grade points is as follows: 5
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Final Exam 35% Midterm 20% Final Project 25% (Report 15% + Presentation 5%+ Discussion 5%) Quizzes 10% Case Studies and Class Participation 10% (5%+5%) (Including Class Activities/Case Studies Discussions) Assessment Instructions Quizzes: There will be three announced quizzes that will be taken in lecture No. 4, 7 and 12. Please note that there will be no make-up and rescheduled quiz. So please make yourself present in the class because if you miss the quiz you simply miss it. Class participation: You can earn your class participation marks by participating in class discussions, activities and case studies. So be attentive and participative! Case Studies: Any two random case studies will be assessed (5% each). Please read the case studies before attending the class and actively participate in analysis and discussion of the case study. Remember, 5% is a huge percentage, please don’t take chance to lose it! Course Contents The session wise breakdown of the course is given below. The lecture is subject to changes if the need is felt to integrate further topics and cases. 6
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Session Lecture / Topic Reading / Activity Session Outcome 1 Introduction to Management Information Systems Role of information systems (IS) in today’s business Perspective on IS Three dimensions of IS Chapter 1 of the text Book Introduction of the subject, discussion of course outline, project brief, policies and group team formation 2 Modern Business and Information Systems Business processes & IS Types of business IS IS function in organisations Organisation and IS Competitive advantage & IS Ethical & social issues related to IS Chapter 2, 3 & 4 of the text Book Video case study : Walmart’s retail link supply chain Understanding of information systems’ functions and their importance in modern organizations 3 Enterprise Applications: ERP, SCMS, CRMS, KMS Enterprise resource planning systems Supply chain management systems Customer relationship
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