E-Business

Course ID
MMS 592
Level
Graduate
Semester
Term 3
ECTS Credits
5
Method
Lecture

There is hardly an industry that is not affected by digitization. Current developments have an impact on business models, strategy, markets, and products as well as on processes and instruments in companies. Dealing correctly with digital change is becoming vital for many companies. The aim of the course is to convey the most important trends, strategies, business models, methods and processes resulting from digital transformation. The idea behind this module is to explore various ways in which information technology relates to objectives and goals in an organizational context, given the increasing inter-relationship between these two in today’s global world. The students will get a basic knowledge about information systems and their impact on business processes. This course examines the fundamental principles associated with the strategic adoption, implementation, use, and evaluation of information systems in organizations. It discusses the significant managerial aspects of treating information as an organizational resource and its increasing impact on today’s organization. The course will involve lectures, readings, cases, and discussions.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Analyze the business issues, processes, and techniques associated with organizational information systems
  • Define new digital business models
  • Can develop digital strategies in line with business and IT strategies
  • Know the digital technologies that can enable digitization
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