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Management systems Knowledge management systems E- commerce & modern businesses Chapter 9 & 10 of the text book Reading: Chapter 10 The Enterprise System Experience - From Adoption to Success ( M. Lynne Markus and Cornelis Tanis) Video case study: Groupon: Deals Galore Analyse and evaluation of different type of information systems. 4 Case Study: Zara: IT for Fast Fashion Learn to read, analyse, evaluate and produce case studies Quiz 1 (Announced Quiz) 5 IT infrastructure & Emerging Technologies IT Infrastructure Infrastructure components Contemporary hardware and software trends Cloud computing Big data Internet of things (IoT) Management issues Chapter 5 of the text book Reading: Lacity, M.C. and Reynolds, P., 2014. Cloud Services Practices for Small and Medium- Sized Enterprises. MIS Quarterly Executive , 13 (1). Case study: The Internet of Things (IoT): Shaping the Future of e- Commerce Understand latest technologies, infrastructure, hardware and software for modern organisations 6 Databases & Information Management Organizing data in the traditional file environment Database approach to data management Telecommunications and networking in today’s business world System vulnerability and Chapters 6, 7 and 8 of the book Reading: Mark, J. C, 2002. Relational Data Models in Enterprise-Level Information Systems Case Studies from Chapters 6, 7 & 8 Understand the basics of data management and database management systems
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Course Project In order to succeed in this module, participants have to undergo a group project – A Case Study. Please finalise your groups during the second week and email me your group members’ names (maximum 5 members per group) before commencement of the second lecture. The students that would not find any group affiliation by the end of second lecture will randomly be assigned to different groups. All groups have to submit a 1-2 page synopsis of the project during week 8 (lecture 8). The groups will give 15 minutes presentation to share their learning with the peers. The final submission is due on week 14 (lecture 14); the final group presentations will be scheduled during week 15 and 16. Please submit softcopies of your final work before commencement of lecture no. 14 (Deadline will be strictly followed) . I will collect all hardcopies in the class after the lecture. Each project will be allocated 30 minutes (15 minutes for presentation (5%) and 15 minutes for discussion (5%)). Please bear in mind that the discussant part of each presentation is equally important as presentation; both carries 5% marks each. I expect that discussant group should be equally prepared like presenting group to earn its 5% marks. All groups are advised to submit their presentations along with the final report on LMS before the preseantations. Late submissions will not be entertained. It is mandatory for all group members to take part in the presentation and its preparation; the presentation will be assessed individually.
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