TLO-35306 Global Information Systems Management, 4 cr
Suitable for postgraduate studies.
Henri Pirkkalainen, Osku Torro
Student understands how information systems can be implemented, managed and applied in globally distributed settings. He/she can critically assess and identify characteristics and influencing factors to knowledge work that is operated in interdisciplinary, cross-sectorial as well as culturally and geographically distributed settings (e.g. innovation alliances and international projects). Students can apply their knowledge of emerging Information Systems phenomena to overcome a specific open-ended problem.
|Content||Core content||Complementary knowledge||Specialist knowledge|
|1.||The principles of global information systems management||Explanations how information systems are managed (new theories on information systems)|
|2.||Emerging tools and services||Insights into emerging information systems (technology perspective)|
|3.||Global knowledge management||Process-oriented KM, crowdsourcing... (management perspectives on information systems)|
|4.||Outsourcing global information systems||Networks and internationalization (Internationalization perspectives on information systems)|
|5.||International assignment as a team work||Insights to working on open-ended problems. Groups select a topic they of their own choosing.|
Correspondence of content
|TLO-35306 Global Information Systems Management, 4 cr||TLO-35307 Emerging Technology Adoption and Use, 5 cr|