|BBA – VII (Hons.)|
|Course Title:MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Course Number :BA (H) – 611
Credit Hours : 03
The critical role ascribed to IT in both private and public sector is based upon two popular precepts: First, that IT is a strategic device which, if deployed effectively, can sustain and improve the competitive advantage of an organization. Second, the normative literature argues that IT is most effective when aligned to the corporate strategy, here IT is seen as instrumental in achieving improved information flows, better services to customers, greater internal efficiencies in the form of cost control, and headcount reduction.
Keeping in view the organizational aspects of gaining the competitive edge from IT, the co course such enable students to understand, demonstrate, implement IT in a strategic manner.
On completion of this course the students should be capable / have the knowledge in:
- IT Concepts and Methodologies.
- The application of IS in regard to the organizational hierarchy.
- Redesigning / Reengineering analysis and implementation.
- ERP- Analysis and Design methodology.
- Legal issues and IS Standards.
- Organizations, Management, and Enterprise
- IS in the Enterprise
- IS, Organizations, Management and Strategy
- Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm
- Analyzing Business Processes for an Enterprise
- Managing the Data Resources
- MIS and Decision Making
- Designing IS
- Business Value of Systems and Managing IT Change
- ERP: Analysis and Design (A Practical Approach)
1.1 Why the Information Systems
1.2 Contemporary Approaches to IS
1.3 Towards the Digital Firm : The New Role of IS in Organizations
1.4 Learning to Use IS: New Opportunities and Challenges of IS
2.1 Major Types of Systems in Organizations
2.2 Systems from a Functional Perspective
2.3 Enterprise Applications: The Value Chain Model
3.1 Organizations and IS
3.2 The Changing Role of IS in Organizations
3.3 Managers, Decision Making and IS
3.4 IS and the Business Strategy
4.1 Understanding Ethical and Social Issues related to the System
4.2 Ethics in the Information Society
4.3 The Moral Dimensions of IS
4.4 Challenges and Opportunities
5.1 IS Infrastructure
5.2 Managing the Hardware Assets
5.3 Managing the Software
5.4 Business Planning and the IS infrastructure
6.1 Data and the typical File Environment
6.2 Database approach to Data Management
6.3 Creating a Database environment
6.4 Database trends
6.5 Database Challenges and Competitive Edge
7.1 Decision Support Systems
7.2 Group DSS
7.3 Executive Support in the Enterprise
7.4 Organizational Strategy and DM
8.1 Redesigning the Organization with IS
8.2 Systems as Planned Organizational Change
8.3 Business Process Redesigning and Process Improvements
8.4 Overview of Systems Development
8.5 Alternative System – Building Approaches
8.6 Cost Benefit Analysis issues in Designing IS
9.1 Understanding the Business Value of IS
9.2 Business Process Re-engineering
9.3 The Importance of Change Management in IS Success and Failure
9.4 Managing Implementation and Maintenance
9.5 Competitive Edge and Changing Environment
- Laudon and Laudon , Management Information Systems (MIS), Prentice Hall, (8th Edition), 2005.
- Mcleod Raymond Jr., Management Information Systems, Prentice Hall, 1998.
- O’Brein James A., Management Information System, McGraw Hill, 2006.