Strategic Information Technology: Organizational Strategy
This course looks at strategic issues for the IT organization within the context of the larger organization and the relationship between the two. This course is designed to help today’s and tomorrow’s IT Directors/CIOs effectively exploit information systems technologies within the context of a company’s business needs.
At the end of this course the student will be able to:
Analyze the use of IT as a strategic tool for the business.
Be conversant with the business value of IT (ROI) and related risk(s).
Develop an IT Organizational Strategy.
Lead and manage the appropriate organizational behavior.
Lead and manage change within the IT organization.
Develop and use IT in supporting business alignment.
Analyze the role of the CIO within the business.
Organize an appropriate IT governance structure.
Develop an innovation strategy for the IT organization.
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