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E-business Management I

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In today's global market, e-business can no longer be considered an independent phenomenon from the organization. Instead, e-business permeates all functional areas of the organization and must be considered in all aspects of managerial decision-making and problem solving. This course is the first of a two-part sequence that addresses the critical e-business considerations and emerging trends that general managers face in today's e-business-centric organizational environment. Students will be prepared with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively integrate e-business tools, models, and best practices within various types of organizations.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    E-Business Environment

    • Illustrate the complex relationships among individual, organizational, and societal cultures within the e-business environment.
    • Analyze the internal and external environmental factors associated with e-business.
    • Explain the implications of e-business on an organization's culture.

    Strategic Planning and E-Business Organizations

    • Develop an organizational design to support e-business.
    • Identify trends and strategies in e-business.
    • Describe the role of e-business in organizational strategy.
    • Analyze the risks and opportunities associated with e-business.

    E-Business Models

    • Compare and contrast e-commerce and other e-business models.
    • Explain emerging trends in e-business models.

    Technology Considerations

    • Distinguish among key languages, protocols, and technologies used in e-business.
    • Evaluate appropriate technologies to meet e-business needs.
    • Create viable plans to manage organizational competencies to respond to changes in technology.

    E-Business Security and Privacy

    • Evaluate an organization's technology security policies and practices.
    • Discover trends in e-business security and privacy.
    • Distinguish among key technology alternatives for security and privacy.
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