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  1. IS 425 Enterprise Information ILECTURE 10 Autumn 2004-20052004 Norma Sutcliffe

  2. Agenda • Exercise • Review • Workshop Session 10

  3. Risk Exercise The team is developing software for CTI where MS IS 2005 students will be able to see: • what competencies they have credits in (at least one course in the module has been completed) and • what competencies have been accomplished (4 courses have been completed) and • what courses in the credits modules are offered next quarter. • Now list the 5 starting risks (a-e) for the project -------- Session 10

  4. Risk Exercise • Group issues (a-e) by • Impact if not solved • Time pressure to do something • Use your judgment and experience on positioning issues Session 10

  5. Course Goals By the end of the course the student will be able to: •       Analyze the major business forces that influence IT usage in organizations, •       Analyze the major business processes and information flows in organizations, •       Evaluate the current IT conflicts and use critical thinking skills to argue positions, •       Analyze characteristics of the major IS professional competencies. Session 10

  6. Business Forces Influencing IT • What is the Most Basic Goal of a Firm? • Say, Make a Customer???? • Then, what do customers want? • A service or product when the customer wants it at a price the customer finds reasonable • And, that price needs to exceed costs, because …………………………….. Session 10

  7. Business Forces Influencing IT Profit = Sales – Costs Profit is what keeps firm going ----- So the product/service is really important and the Value Chain tells us how that product/service relates to firm activities Session 10

  8. Business Forces Influencing IT Session 10

  9. Business Forces Influencing IT Porter’s Value Chain -- • Clarifies key processes • Develops strategy • Determines value of information types Session 10

  10. Business Processes / Information Flows Interrelated Support Systems Session 10

  11. Infrastructure &Applications Outer circle is the infrastructure whichis realization of the architecture -----and the internalapplications are supported by the infrastructure. Session 10

  12. Information Systems & People Supported Session 10

  13. Competencies • 19 defined competencies • Recognition of successful completion isattained by completing __ courses listed in the module Session 10

  14. Competencies What is the most striking thing you brought away from the exposure to the following competencies? • Software Development • Security Engineering • HCI – Usability Engineering • Data Mining • Database Technologies including Data Warehousing Session 10

  15. Competencies What is the most striking thing you brought away from the exposure to the following competencies? • Telecommunication Systems • Enterprise Systems – Enterprise Enterprise Planning • Internet Oriented – web services, xml • Project Management – leadership • Risk Management – investments & projects Session 10

  16. Team Workshop for Debate Session 10