University of Technology Sydney

32208 Information Systems Strategy

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Recommended studies: basic understanding of information systems and technologies and their use in business



Information systems (IS) strategy is a key concern for both IT managers and managers of other business functions within enterprises. IS strategy is about effective planning of the use and utilisation of information systems resources and technologies to achieve organisational long-term objectives. Through presentation of key issues, case studies and presentations of students' own experiences, this postgraduate subject deals with the development, evaluation and impact of information systems in organisations; choices that, together, form part of IT and IS strategy.

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Spring session, City campus

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