318 Technology Management

Information Systems & Operations Management

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Pre-requisites: ISOM 210 ISOM 240

Requisite To: None

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Course Description

This course provides students with a foundation for managing technology in a competitive environment with global implications. Topics include, development of technology policy and strategy, management and implementation of new technologies, technology sourcing, technology development and life cycle, economic and financial analysis of technology, the innovation process and its impact on organization, and technology transfer mechanisms.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
  • Clo1: understand the functions and activities within it management, including the role of cio and the
  • Clo2: explain the importance of aligning business and it strategies in organizations.
  • Clo3: understand how it enables business processes, strengthens suppliers and customers relationships,
  • Clo4: identify different types of systems (e.g., managerial support systems, enterprise systems, e-
  • Clo5: initiate, specify, and prioritize it solutions and determine the various aspects of feasibility of the
  • Clo6: articulate various systems acquisition alternatives, including the use of packaged systems and
  • Clo7: understand the foundation of it project management, including its definition and scope, in
  • Clo8: understand and analyze the security and business continuity implications of it infrastructure design
  • Clo9: analyze and articulate the potential ethical, cultural, social, and global issues associated with the
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