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Information Resource Management Information systems can either maintain the status quo (and thus be considered only

as a necessary cost item) or go beyond it to add value to the organization. Considering the rapid evolution in the state of the art and the state of the practice, maintaining the status quo generally results in falling behind the competition. It is important that both computer professionals and computer consumers recognize that information resource management is increasingly important in the success not only of individual information systems but also of the whole organization. This course will investigate the main aspects necessary for organizational information resource management and creative techniques for profitably managing information resources. Module 1 Topic Introduction 3 Information Control Definition of Resources How are Resources Managed Types of Resources Information as a Resource Managing Information as a Resource What is information economics Value of information Information goods: inclusion, exclusion, and bundling Providing and keeping information Intellectual property Privacy 2 Hours

Information Economics

Transactional Processing vs Analytical Processing

Information Engineering

Data Management: Data, Databases and Warehousing Data Mining Knowledge Management Tacit vs explicit knowledge KM tools PRELIM EXAM What is information engineering IE variants IE tools

6 Applications and Integrations

Enterprise systems ERP DSS IT Trends Emerging Technologies Developing New Markets for Information Repackaging information Similar markets for existing information Marketing new information Identifying risks Evaluating risks Handling risks 5

Current Issues in IT and Emerging Technologies

Information Systems Risk Management


Reference materials:

Reynolds, George, Information Technology for Managers. Course Technology, 2009 Turban, MacLean, Wetherbe, Information Technology for Management: Transforming Organizations in the Digital Economy. Wiley, 2004 Oz, E. Management Information Systems. 9th Ed. Course Technology. 2009. McNurlin and Sprague, Information Systems Management in Practice, 5th edition, Prentice Hall Laudon and Laudon, Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 9th edition, Prentice Hall 2006

Requirements: Group case study/s Individual case study/s Research works Quizzes Major exam