Managing Information Systems
The material in this guide has been developed for use in the following programs: Graduate Certificate of Management (Technology Management) Graduate Diploma of Management (Technology Management) Master of Business Administration (Technology Management) Graduate Certificate of Management Graduate Diploma of Management Master of Business Administration
Unit 403 Managing Information Systems Published by Chifley Business School First published as 'Information Technology for Managers' in January 1992 Revised January 1994, June 1995, January 1998, January 1999, June 1999 and January 2001, New edition June 2003, Revised June 2006, Amended Reprint November 2007, Revised January 2011 © Chifley Business School 2011
CHIFLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL This subject material is issued by Chifley Business School on the understanding that: 1. Chifley Business School, their officials, author(s), or any other persons involved in the preparation of this publication expressly disclaim all and any contractual, tortious, or other form of liability to any person (purchaser of this publication or not) in respect of the publication and any consequences arising from its use, including any omission made, by any person in reliance upon the whole or any part of the contents of this publication. Chifley Business School expressly disclaims all and any liability to any person in respect of anything and of the consequences of anything done or omitted to be done by any such person in reliance, whether whole or partial, upon the whole or any part of the contents of this subject material. No person should act on the basis of the material contained in the publication without considering and taking professional advice.
Acknowledgments All secondary source materials have been copied under Chifley Business School's statutory licence in accordance with Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968. Disclaimer While every attempt has been made to ensure that the information and advice included in the podcasts is correct and complete, all comments, and opinions included are intended for instructional purposes only. No material contained in the podcasts is to be relied upon as information or advice, or as the basis for formulating business decisions. Chifley Business School (CBS) and the interviewees do not accept any responsibility for any actions and/or consequences of those actions as a result of relying on the information provided in these podcasts.
U N I T 403 M A N AG I N G I N F O R M AT I O N S YS T E M S CONTENTS
Unit outline Unit 403—Managing Information Systems
Topic 1: Managing IS to seize new strategic opportunities The rise of information systems The information society IS management challenges Organisational needs and investment The organisational learning curve
Topic 2: Managing using a systems approach The systems view Systems analysis in context Approaches to systems analysis Data-flow diagrams (DFDs) Entity-relationship diagrams (ERDs) IS development methodologies Information-strategy planning Business-area analysis System planning and design Construction and cutover Key characteristics
Topic 3: Information systems and strategy Essential elements of strategy The IS strategy triangle The information economy Competitive advantage and strategic information systems SIS approaches How to identify and justify strategic opportunities
Topic 4: Business models in the information economy Information systems' effects on organisation Entering the network economy Business models in the network economy Applying the value chain to e-Business Implications for business in the network economy
Topic 5: Moving from IS to IT planning IS planning considerations Developing an IS vision Developing an IT architecture Enterprise architecture Developing the IS strategic plan Developing operational IT plans
Topic 6: Managing organisational data Why manage data? Typical...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document