270A - Information Systems Applications

Faculty:  Not offered in 2007-2008

This course is designed for students who wish to develop their knowledge of the application of Information Technology (IT) to organizations and their management. It focuses on information systems (IS) and their functionality and use in organizations (as opposed to what underlying technology IS employ or how they are developed and managed). It is motivated by the broad question, "How may IS provide important organizational know-how and competence?" It further addresses teh very practical question, "How do I know the worth of my IS and how do I maximize it?" It prepares the manager and consultant to deliver IS value to the enterprise.

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