Not too easy. Not too difficult.
this course explores different types of information systems and the process of developing an effective information strategy for the management of an organization. The course uses a very recently revised, comprehensive textbook and a number of readings and cases to study how organizations are creating innovative information management systems and incorporating them into their business strategies.
The key objectives for this course are for you to gain: An understanding and appreciation of the variety of ways IT can enable and create business opportunities An understanding and appreciation of the challenges and issues in developing and implementing IT-enabled initiatives An appreciation for the various issues associated with managing the information resources of the firm
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Advice for students:
this course is not about black and white questions and answers. Instead, it deals with gray areas. Through readings and discussions, you will gain insight into and understanding of the issues associated with managing and exploiting information and information systems. By the end of the course, you will be able to more effectively participate in decision making regarding IT-related issues.