MPTM-600 Managing Technology
Fall for 2016-2017
Spring for 2016-2017
Summer for 2017
The Management of Technology course provides theoretical and practical experience in using information technology to support organizational decision-making processes. You will examine the requirements of an organization to optimize its competitive strategy and core competencies. You will learn different tactical, strategic, and organizational factors relative to various information systems, as well as how to gauge the effectiveness of an organization’s information system. The course addresses some of the unique issues in managing different types of IT professionals, from senior-level architects to junior-level infrastructure support personnel. You will explore tools and techniques related to hiring, developing, assessing, and retaining staff—as well as theories/methods of managing remote workers and virtual teams.
Credits: 3.0
Prerequisites: None

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Summer '17: Smith, Gregory (file download)
Summer '17: Schlosser, Lisa (file download)
Spring '17: Smith, Gregory (file download)
Spring '17: Schlosser, Lisa (file download)
Fall '16: Smith, Gregory (file download)
Fall '16: Schlosser, Lisa (file download)
Fall '16: Steinberg, Sarah (file download)
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