Lecture | Information Systems

Information Management


Information Highway, Information Society, Information as a competitive factor: These keywords illustrate the significance of information as an entrepreneurial resource. As a result, information as well as the systems that process, store and transfer information and the technologies on which they are based, deserve managerial attention. Information Management (IM) has the task of aligning the usage of information with the company's goals, by addressing all of the aforementioned aspects. Therefore it can be considered as one of the key elements of today's corporate management.

Learning outcomes

Different concepts and models of information management. Tasks and concepts of the information economy and their practical application. Tasks of the management of information systems (IS). Tasks and methods underlying the operational and strategic management of information and communication technology (ICT). Methods to evaluate the importance of information systems and information technology
Number of credit hours per week 3
Course eligibility Optional
Presence of students On-campus