Organizational Impact of Information Technology
An enterprise view of the organizational impact of information technology as the most effective means for achieving "better, faster, cheaper operations" in today's highly competitive business environment. Examines how information technology has enabled new organizational forms and changes in business processes, products, markets, delivery systems, ways of working, and people management issues and challenges.
Prerequisite: Instructor permission
Typically offered spring semester only
Contact Professor Lonnie Bentley for additional details.
Computer and Information Technology