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Informational Technology For Entrepreneurs And Leaders

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Value is the seminal construct of a business proposition, yet it remains difficult to define and is subject to constant repositioning by industry and society. This course will examine the essence of changes in business value propositions and how technology plays an important role in today's business environment. The course will explore how innovation and the business cycle are linked by technology developments and how successful businesses across industry segments have been able to use innovation as a means to differentiate themselves while lowering costs.

This graduate-level course is 6 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Enterprise Information Systems

    • Assess data collection and management systems.
    • Evaluate opportunities for enterprise collaboration using information technology.
    • Investigate how emerging technology can support the enterprise strategy.
    • Analyze the role of different management information systems.

    Information Technology Risk Management

    • Explain the risks to enterprise security.
    • Determine appropriate risk management practices.

    Business Intelligence

    • Employ information technology to identify market trends and opportunities.
    • Analyze the ethical use of information technology to develop competitive intelligence.
    • Evaluate the benefits of business analytics in measuring enterprise performance.

    Business-Driven Information Technology

    • Examine how information technology fits in the value chain.
    • Evaluate the role of information technology in creating competitive advantage.
    • Analyze the impact of technology-supported business decisions.

    Enterprise Technology Strategy

    • Identify practices for information technology governance.
    • Consider the role of ethics in technology strategy development.
    • Develop a strategic planning process that fosters a culture of technology innovation.

    Information Systems Acquisition

    • Plan information technology acquisition and implementation.
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