BUSS 507 - Management Of Information Technology

This course focuses on the strategic use of information technology. When all companies essentially have access to the same information technology resources (telecommunications, hardware and software), the difference in competitive and economic benefits that organizations gain from IT rests on moving quickly with IT deployment and using IT better and smarter than competitors do. Understanding how IT can be used to achieve competitive advantage, and to improve making decisions, business processes, operations, and organizational design, is an important aspect of any modern manager's job. Class Notes: S 507 : To enroll in this class see BUS-BE 505 Above class for BUS GAP 3/2 MBA Core students only Above class meets first eight weeks only Above class requires permission of Department. Add Consent: Department Consent Required. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: BUS GAP 3/2 MBA Core Students Only.
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