course is composed of modules as shown in the Course Map. It provides
a high-level overview of the syllabus and structure of IOM 538 IS Strategy
and illustrates the sequence of sessions using the three layer IS-Enabled
Business Framework. Sessions have been organized to help students learn
how to systematically translate information technology (IT) capabilities
into a specific, strategic information systems (IS) solution. In this
process students will be introduced to IS architectures and economics
and software development life-cycle (SDLC) concepts. Furthermore, it
will be demonstrated how computer-aided software engineering (CASE)
tools can be applied to aid and automate this development process.
538 Course Map
course schedule provides an outline of key events and dates, as well
as a preliminary breakdown of the course content into class sessions.
Adjustments are possible. Depending on the level of student interest
to different course components, more or less time may be spent on a
specific topic. So it is possible that the content of class sessions
may differ on what follows.
copy of the Syllabus including the course schedule will be available
at the first day of classes to students registered for this course:
IOM 538 Syllabus
(handout in class)
following table is an outline of key events and dates as well as a most
up-to-date breakdown of the course content into class sessions. It is
available to students registered for this course: