Seminar in Global Systems Management
Three semester hours.
Managing in an information-intensive environment requires skills and knowledge of business and systems change. This course teaches strategies for aligning a firm's information systems with rapidly changing business environments, taking both the perspective of organizational and technical issues. In addition, this course has a major emphasis on IT leadership and the skills necessary to be a successful leader in information-intensive, global environments. This course focuses on the interdependence between organizations, people and information technology by examining several key areas, from both a global and an organizational perspective, including: Managing Business Process Redesign and Software Development Managing Projects and Changes Information Technology and Leadership Managing Enterprise Information Systems Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor and the Graduate Advisor.
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