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Degree
Master
Standard Academic Year
Course delivery methods
face-to-face
Subject
Business & administrative studies
Program
School
College of Management
Department
Campus
Classroom
Course Offering Year
Course Offering Month
September - November
Weekday and Period
Wednesday ABC
Capacity
Credits
3
Language
English
Course Number
GMBA7097

Management Information System National Taiwan University

Course Overview

The advance in information communication technology has given organizations opportunities to enhance operational efficiency, enable business innovation and create competitive advantage. The spending on IT is reported to show a steady growth worldwide. With this trend, the job of making IT investment decision and managing its implementation should not be solely rely on the IT professionals alone. Managers in organizations are required to acquire knowledge about how to more effectively evaluate strategic and organizational impact of IT. This course focuses on the strategic and managerial implication associated with the deployment of information technology in modern organizations. This course assists students to make sense of various IS management issues. Topics of the course include concepts of IS strategies, IT/business alignment, IT governance, outsourcing, IT security risk management, managing IT Innovation, and global information systems.

Learning Achievement

On completion of this course a student should be able to: 1.Understand the concept of information systems strategy; 2.Acquire knowledge of impacts of IT on business strategy; 3.Understand the importance of IT innovation on the global and electronic marketplace

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Course schedule

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Online Course Requirement

Instructor

SENG-CHO CHOU

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