31 July 2013
Management Information Systems
Today, because of the ever increasing role of Information Technology (IT) in an enterprise, Information systems (ISs) are not merely required for improving efficiency of business operations; rather these systems are used for effective business decisions and achieving strategic advantage. Moreover, the functions of information systems are changing from a technology provider to a strategic partner; and thus all the student managers, irrespective of their majors, need to understand the concepts, issues and strategies to effectively deploy and manage ISs/IT. This course focuses on the concepts and issues pertaining to planning, deployment, management and applications of ISs/IT from a business perspective.
D. P. Goyal, Management Development Institute, India
The main objectives of the course are to provide the management student a broad understanding of:
· Information Systems (such as Transaction Processing systems, Decision Support systems, Executive
Support systems, etc) from a Business Perspective
· Information System s Planning
· Key IT technologies, and the implications of these technologies for managers
· Identifying Information Requirements and Systems Analysis
· Issues in managing ISs/IT such as Enterprise Resources Planning( ERP), Supply Chain Management
(SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Intelligence (BI) etc.
EUR 0: Students on a bilateral exchange programme do not have to pay. Freemovers are obliged to pay participation fees while tuition fees only apply to freemovers from countries outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland.