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OPIM-255 Emerging Issues in Information Systems
Fall for 2006-2007
Increasingly, the manner in which a firm collects, processes, and uses information can determine its strategic success or failure. This course examines cutting-edge topics related to the management of these information systems. It focuses not on what we can do technically, but rather what we should do strategically, legally, and ethically. The course may address issues associated with project management; information security and integrity;systems development (including outsourcing); human resources implications of information systems; and social/ethical concerns. Specific topics will vary with each offering of the course based on emerging trends in technology and in managerial approaches. Formerly offered as MGMT 255.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MSB Students, Sophomore Standing, OPIM 250
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