Value chain model. (Diagram by Prof. Stuart Madnick.)
This class brings together students of technical and non-technical backgrounds who attend the same lectures, but complete different assignments and a different team project. Downloadable lecture notes
and sample exams
are available for this course.
The strategic importance of information technology is now widely accepted. It has also become increasingly clear that the identification of strategic applications alone does not result in success for an organization. A careful coordination of strategic applications, information technologies, and organizational structures must be made to attain success. This course addresses strategic, technological, and organizational connectivity issues to support effective and meaningful integration of information and systems. This course is especially relevant to those who wish to effectively exploit information technology and create new business processes and opportunities.
*Some translations represent previous versions of courses.