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BAIT 511 Managing Information Technology

The course is designed to familiarize the students with problems, challenges, and approaches in managing information technology (IT). This course takes an analytical view by critically discussing IT management principles, approaches, frameworks, models, and practices. Topics addressed in this course include: (1) how appropriately is the information technology strategy linked to the business operational needs and internal structures, its external situation and relationships, and strategy?; (2) How effectively are the firm's IT internal and external resources being integrated into and utilized by the firm?; and (3) How does the firm control and evaluate the impact of IT on its employees and customers and on its relationships with partners?

Instructor Biography - Zorana Svedic
 
Course Outline - Class of 2018 (updated Aug 17, 2017)

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