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Management Information System

by Dr. Panneerselvam S
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SIDDAGANGA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Course Outline for the Academic Year 2016 – 2017 1MBA08: Management Information System Course Teacher Dr. S Panneerselvam Course Duration Class MBA I Semester Credits (Lecture hrs./week) September 2016 – January 2017 4 MBA PROGRAMME AT SIT-PGDMS & RC Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) After 4-5 years of completing the MBA programme from Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, our students should be able to: 1. Occupy important positions in the corporate world such as key members of strategic team, team leaders, zonal heads, in their chosen areas 2. Be successful entrepreneurs in their areas of interest 3. Be good teachers and researchers in management education By 10-15 years of completing the MBA programme, our students should be able to occupy important positions in the corporate world such as zonal heads, Vicepresident, President of National and International organisation. It is our commitment to inculcate in our students a drive for life-long learning with ethical and moral values and societal commitments. SIT- MBA: Programme Outcomes (POs) The objectives of the Post Graduate Department of Management Studies and Research Centre (PGDMS & RC) are to support the mission of the Institute and helping students to develop work ethics and professional mastery of the subjects in the field of management and organizational sciences with societal commitment and to develop skilled professionals in the field of management. Students in the MBA Programme at the time of their graduation / completing the degree should be able to:  Demonstrate and apply knowledge of management to solve business problems and address organizational issues.  Demonstrate managerial competencies through planning and organizing businesses, business processes and systems.  Recognize the need and engage in life-long learning.  Function productively in multi-disciplinary teams, appropriately using various tools available for collaboration.  Understanding professional and ethical responsibilities and volunteering in social services.  Communicate effectively by participating in symposia, public speaking, professional society activities etc.  Participate and succeed in competitive examinations. 1
 Demonstrate core competencies in management and organizational      sciences which include managing technology, developing new products and services, developing a productive life cycle, maintaining productivity even under adverse circumstances. Demonstrate proficiency in planning, organizing, coordinating and controlling financial, marketing and human resources in organization. Evaluate and monitor projects, programs and processes. Anticipate change in the environment, manage and develop people accordingly. Lead teams, solve problems and increase productivity and profitability of organization. Develop entrepreneurial skills, innovate, create and run businesses. Management Information System (MIS) A continuing stream of information technology (IT) innovations is transforming traditional business world. The emergence of cloud computing, the growth of a mobile digital business platform and use of social networks is changing the business how they operate. These innovations are enabling entrepreneurs and innovative traditional firms to create new products and services, develop new business models, and transform the day-to-day conduct of business. This makes the MIS field the most exciting area of study in schools of business. Hence the course is offered as a compulsory paper to all the II semester MBA students. The major highlights of this course are  A basic course introducing different information systems (IS).  Covers the applications, benefits and limitations of IS.  Contributes to the list of POs of SIT-MBA by enabling them to acquaint with the contemporary IS and providing them with necessary expertise to distinguish the IS that are beneficial in a given business context. The course is a theoretical paper with the emphasis on applications in the business environment. Course Learning Objectives (CLOs):  To educate the students on the role of IS in business.  To explore the new avenues of e-commerce and its impact on organizations.  To enhance the students’ knowledge in understanding the social and ethical issues in handling the IT/IS.  To enrich the students’ thinking in the context of global businesses and the role of IT/IS. Course Learning Outcomes/Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):  The students would have learnt about different business processes in an organization and how different information systems help in managing these processes.  The students would understand and appreciate the essentials of information systems.  The students would have learnt and distinguish impact of IT/IS on organizations and decision making. 2
 The students comprehend the ethical and social issues and challenges in employment of IT/IS.  The students are expected to apply the knowledge acquired in the context of global business and role of information technology/systems. Table 1: Mapping Between ILOs and POs ILOs Knowledge Analysis Synthesis ILO1 How ILO1 Suggest ILO2 Understand, discuss ILO2 Examine ILO2 Explain Learnt and distinguish impact of IS on organizations and decision making. ILO3 Learn ILO3 Distinguis h ILO3 Devise Comprehend the ethical and social issues and challenges in employment of IT/IS. ILO4 Comprehend ILO4 Infer Learning about the different business processes in an organization and how different information systems help in managing these processes. ILO 1 Aware of, List Understanding and appreciating the essentials of information systems. ILO1 Know Apply the knowledge acquired in the context of global business and role of information technology/systems Comprehens ion ILO1 Comprehend, understand Application ILO Select ILO5 Know Evaluation Creativity ILO2 Defend ILO7 ILO4 Assess ILO5 Apply ILO7 Table 2: Mapping between ILOs Vis-à-vis Teaching and Learning Activities ILO 1 Course Material Role of Information System in Business, Business Processes and IS Information Technology Infrastructure Teaching Activities Lecture, discussion and case analysis Learning Activities Analysis of cases and situation analysis Lecture, discussion and case analysis 3 Enterprise Applications and Managing Knowledge Lecture, discussion and case analysis 4 E-Commerce Lecture, discussion and case analysis Presentation, analysis of cases and learning from situation analysis Presentation, analysis of cases and learning from situation analysis Analysis of the cases, learning from various industry and discussions 2 3
ILO 5 Course Material Global Systems Security, Ethical and Social Issues Teaching Activities Lecture, discussion and case analysis Learning Activities Case Analysis, Industry websites and learning from discussions Examples from the Internets, social web sites, discussions and inferences Assessment Plan: Assessment of students takes place throughout the course continuously and though different pedagogical and metrics. Table 3: Assessment Tools Tool Description Evaluation Criteria Asking questions Students are expected to answer On the basis of student’s during the class to the questions asked about the understanding and concepts covered during the class. comprehension of the concepts Discussions Students response to the idea and On the basis of student’s concepts given persuasion skills, depth of knowledge and communication skills Situation Students response to a situation Student’s conceptual, Analysis and proposition analytical and communicative skills Presentation To improve information gathering Bases on content and and presentation skills presentation skills Case Analysis Students are given a case to read, Based on information analyse and come with alternative processing, analytical, and solutions to the case problem(s) decision making skills Four Quizzes Based on concepts covered during the period Two internal Tests Short and long answer questions based on 7 levels Examination of Bloom’s Taxonomy Semester End Examination Short and long answer questions based on 7 levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Kenneth C Laudon and Jane P Laudon, Management Information Systems, Pearson, 14th Edition, 2016. 2. James A. O’ Brien, Management Information Systems, Tata McGraw Hill, 10th Edition, 2013. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Ralph M. Stair, George Reynolds, Information Systems, Cengage Learning, 10th Edition, 2012. 2. Effy Oz, Management Information Systems, Cengage Learning, 6th Edition, 2008. 3. Lynda M AppleGate and Robert D Austin, Corporate Information Strategy and Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 7th Edition, 2007. 4

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