|title ||Strategic Planning for IS|
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|prequisites ||IS391 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||This course examines the role of information systems in assisting achievement of corporate systems objectives, and to consider methods and scientific techniques for strategic and tactical planning of information systems. The course will identify central information systems issues and problems, assess information technology systems as competitive tools and apply methods for IS strategic analysis. The course explains the phases of planning for information systems to assist in establishing information technology policy.|
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|objectives ||1. Demonstrate conceptual skills integrating previously learned aspects of business and IS.|
2. Develop a framework of analysis to identify central IS issues and problems in complex business situations.
3. Participate in developing and implementing a strategic and tactical plan for information systems development.
4. Assess information technology systems as competitive tools.
5. Use methods for IS strategic analysis.
6. Assist in establishing information technology policy
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|ref. books ||John Ward and Joe Peppard (2002) “Strategic Planning for Information Systems” John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 0-470-84147-8.|
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|textbook ||Anita Cassidy (2006) “A Practical Guide to: Information Systems Strategic Planning” Second Edition, Auerbach Publications. ISBN: 0-8493-5073-5|
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