Type of Assessment: presentation In the CIO business game, the student take the roles of the CFO (Chief Financial Officer), the CMO (Chief Marketing Office), the COO (Chief Operations Officer), and the CIO (Chief Information Officer) to manage a bank. In teams economic and management topics (vision and strategy, Balanced Scorecard, project management, human resources management, company valuation) as well as ITIL topics (e.g. Service Portfolio Management, Demand Management, Financial Management) are studied and prepared. The examination consists of presentations and their corresponding written draft on these topics. This is supplemented by active participation in the discussion of the presentations of other students. The examination shall verify that students are able to study a topic in teams and communicate their findings to other students.
In the CIO business game, the student take the roles of the CFO (Chief Financial Officer), the CMO (Chief Marketing Office), the COO (Chief Operations Officer), and the CIO (Chief Information Officer) to manage a bank. The CIO business game pursues multiple learning outcomes. At the end of the module, students are able to - understand the management of a bank, - think strategically and make decisions, - analyze mutual effects between key performance indicators and divisions of a bank, - understand and evaluate management decisions in a bank from the perspective of the CFO, CMO, COO, and especially from the perspective of the CIO, - prepare a new domain-related topic (e.g., company valuation, ITIL service management) and to present findings to their fellow students.
|Number of credit hours per week||8|
|Presence of students||On-campus|
Profile and responsibilities of the CIO, CFO, CMO and COO; relationship between IT and corporate strategy; development of a vision and strategy of a bank; the Balanced Scorecard as a management instrument in a bank; project portfolio management; human resources management; company valuation; multiple ITIL topics (e.g., Service portfolio Management, Demand Management, Financial Management, ...)
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