GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course extends the examination of the IST domains studied throughout the program to the global level. Learners will examine the application of the IST domains in the setting of a global economy and international business environment. Learners will be prepared to define the common information system (IS) management approaches for the development of business systems that can support global information systems requirements. Competency A: Define IS management approaches for the development of business systems that can support global information systems requirements. Competency B: Define issues of security, virtual and collocated IS teams, networking, information transparency, intellectual property, organizational and regional cultures, and human resources between global partners. Competency C: Synthesize a leadership and management strategy for integration of whole systems in an environment that is legally compliant with multinational jurisdictions. Competency D: Create an original leadership and management model that provides explanation and predictability."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn