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Organizational Information Systems Management


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Course level: Graduate

This course builds on foundational Information Systems and Technology (IST) concepts, management, and models introduced in IST/710 and other Doctor of Management (DM) courses and offers the opportunity to view and apply them at the organizational level. As the second course in the IST focus area of the DM program, IST/724 is precursor to coursework that will broaden beyond the organization to the global setting and finally into the realm of leading IS architecture and implementation. The major content areas (sub-domains) included in this course are: complexities of IT and of organizations; alignment of IT to the organization; and teams, models, and organizational effectiveness. At this level of learning (and management), the subjects are intertwined. Course readings are geared more to a balance every week within the scope of the course than to a strict adherence to that week's major topic. Upon completion of this course, the learners will be prepared to define and analyze issues related to the management and support of information systems and technology necessary to align to and support organizational objectives.

What you'll learn

Course skills and outcomes

Complexities in Information Technology Systems, Part I

Complexities in Information Technology Systems, Part II

Information Technology in Organizations

Organizational Alignment

Organizational Behavior

Organizational Relationships and Collaboration

Technology Integration

Performance Measurement


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