Pretty easy, overall.
The purpose of this course is to give managers a framework in which to make sense of technological advances in information technology. It explores how data is transformed into information and knowledge that can be used to facilitate business decision-making. Throughout this course you will build a structure from which to assess potential costs and benefits of information technology from multiple standpoints. The crux of information technology is the facilitation of communication, collaboration, and knowledge building and dispersal; so you will scrutinize electronic media and information/knowledge flows, to see how they benefit people in the organization.
1. interpret IT and IS from frameworks that will support effective managerial decision-making 2. recognize and assess strategic impacts of IS in organizations 3. analyze and design required information transfers between individuals, groups, and organizations to support collaboration. 4. assess information and knowledge requirements and create mechanisms to achieve them
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Advice for students:
Please consider taking this course, it will do you a great deal of good