mgt736 | Graduate
Contemporary Systems Management
Upon completion of this course, learners will be prepared to manage and lead complex organizations through strategic decision making, resulting in business plans. Learners focus on extended systems and theoretical and practical frameworks for systematically managing organizations.
Evaluate the role of management systems design in aligning and integrating strategy development and execution.
Analyze key organizational dependencies—people, processes, policies, politics, and technologies—and their importance before rolling out new systems.
Assess the execution of strategy through management systems.
Develop an organizational model to balance power politics and systems design.
Analyze the importance of leveraging information technology systems for organizational transformations.
Assess the benefits and drawbacks of theory as an appropriate framework for management systems development, design, and the creative process.
Develop change strategies to implement new and innovative management system designs.
This graduate-level course is 8 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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