Management Information Systems
PhD Nikola Levkov
|Course objectives (competences):
- To understand the role of information and information technology in achieving competitive advantage.
- To be capable of developing alignment of business and IT strategy.
- To become familiar with modern business applications such as: Supply Chain Management Systems, Customer Relationship Management Systems and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems.
- To become familiar with different types of information systems from hierarchical perspective: transaction processing systems, management information systems, decision support systems and executive support systems.
- To be capable to analyze and define information needs and to translate them into information systems design.
- To be capable to create conceptual and logical design of data with ERD diagrams and relational tables.
- To be capable to develop a business case for information systems development.
- To understand the ethical and security issues of information systems.
- Information revolution – the foundation for digital and networked economy
- Strategic role of information systems in global business today
- Information systems, organization and strategy
- Management of IS infrastructure and architecture
- Key system applications for the digital era
- Data management and analytics
- E-commerce, digital markets and digital products
- Knowledge management, business intelligence and decision making
- Ethical and security issues in information systems
- Economics of information and information systems
- Management of IS projects
- System analysis and design of information systems
- Development of information systems
- The impact of information technology development on individuals, organizations and society