INGE1135 - Foundations of Business Information Management
Teaching assistant :
Mode of delivery :
Face-to-face , second term, 30 hours of theory and 15 hours of exercises.
Thursday from 10:45 to 12:45 at 119 Marais 1100
Language of instruction :
Learning outcomes :
1. Students is familiar with the current state of the art in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Information Systems (IS) and is able to explain and assess its relevance for management.
1. 2. Students can explain current practices regarding ICT and IS and apply these in a business context
2. 3. Students possess necessary skills and expertise to apply ICT and IS applications in other courses
4. Students understand the strategic importance of ICT and IS and can resolve management issues using ICT tools
Course contents :
ORGANIZATIONS, MANAGEMENT, AND THE NETWORKED ENTERPRISE
- Information Systems in Global Business Today
- Global E-Business and Collaboration
- Information Systems, Organizations, and Strategy
- Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE
- IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies
- Foundations of Business Intelligence: Databases and Information Management
- Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology
- Securing Information Systems
Introduction to programming (by using Python)
What is an algorithm?
- Choices (if)
- Loops (for en while)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
Face-to-face teaching + exercises for the Python part
Independent study of the course book, with online and in class support.
Assessment methods and criteria :
Written closed-book exam.
Recommended or required reading :
Management Information Systems : Managing the Digital Firm (16th edition) : Laudon & Laudon (656 pages) ISBN : 978-0-135-19179-8
• Slides and additional materials will be put on Toledo/Moodle.
Book Python (Ignace van de Woestyne and Jan Vanthienen)