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Information Management Models and Concepts: - Management of Information Demand and Supply - Management of Information Systems (data, processes, application life cycle) - Management of Information and Communication Technology (Storage, Communication, Processing, Administration, Adoption of ICT) - Organising and leading Information Management (IM Organisation, CIO, Sourcing, IM and Strategy) - The role of Information Management in companies

Learning outcomes

At the end of the module, students are able to: - understand the fundamentals of information management - evaluate methods for the determination of information needs - evaluate the quality of information - evaluate methods and models of information management - understand the role of "information" as a resource in companies - evaluate the relationship between IT and business strategy
Number of credit hours per week 5
Course eligibility Compulsory
Presence of students On-campus

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Information Management Models and Concepts - Management of Information Demand and Supply - Management of Information Systems (data, processes, application life cycle) - Management of Information and Communication Technology (Storage, Communication, Processing, Administration, Adoption of ICT) - Organizing and leading Information Management (IM Organization, CIO, Sourcing, IM and Strategy) - The role of Information Management in companies

Compulsory readings

Informationsmanagement, Krcmar, Helmut, 6th ed., 2015, Springer (primary literature) Einführung in das Informationsmanagement, Krcmar, Helmut, 2nd ed., 2015, ISBN: 978-3-662-44328-6, Springer Wirtschaftsinformatik: Grundlagen betrieblicher Informationssysteme, Schwarzer, Bettina, Krcmar, Helmut, 5th ed., 2014, ISBN: 978-3-791-02895-8, Schäffer-Poeschel
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