Course Designator/Course Number: IT 4683/6683
Course Title: Management of Information Technology
Course Length: 48 hours. 3 hours per week for 16 weeks.
A study of the use of computer and information management systems in the management of organizations. Includes formal characterization of management structures, identification of information needs, and integrated tools for providing MIS support. Major project included.
Upon successful completion of the course, each student will be able to:
Text: Applegate, Lynda D, Robert D. Austin and F. Warren McFarlan, Corporate Information Strategy and Management Text and Cases, Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2003.
Introduction: The Challenges of Managing in a Network Economy
Module 1: Building the Network Economy: Markets and Models
Chapter 1. Creating Business Advantage with IT
Chapter 2. Crafting Business Models
Module 2: Building the Network Economy: Capabilities and Organization
Chapter 3. Building Networked Businesses
Chapter 4. Making the Case for Digital Business
Module 3: Managing Networked Infrastructure and Operations
Chapter 5. Understanding Internetworking Infrastructure
Chapter 6. Assuring Reliable and Secure IT Services
Chapter 7. Managing Diverse IT Infrastructures
Module 4: Managing and Leading a Networked IT Organization
Chapter 8. Organizing and Leading the IT Function
Chapter 9. Managing IT Outsourcing
Chapter 10. A Portfolio Approach to IT Projects
Method of Instruction:
Lectures, discussion, outside labs