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Master's programme in Information Systems Management will help you develop a better planning, management and technical skills that are necessary for leading any organization in today's complex, digital world.

The programme focuses on the design, implementation, usage, and evolution of information systems. You acquire in-depth knowledge about information systems design and architecture including requirements engineering, service oriented architectures, and agile systems development. You get a strong understanding of the role of IT in supporting and transforming organizations and networks, including value network design, enterprise systems, business process management, business intelligence, decision support, and knowledge management.

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  • Business process management
  • Enterprise Modelling
  • Requirement engineering
  • Business information systems & Engineering
  • IT management
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Shengnan Han is associate professor of computer and system sciences at Stockholm University. She received a Doctorate in Economics (information systems) from Åbo Akademi University, Finland in 2005. She is engaged in research on digital business, IT innovation, IT adoption and  diffusion, value-added mobile services (for business, healthcare, and governments), business process management, IT governance, and strategic IT management.  She has published 40 articiles in peer reviewed journals, internatiional conferences, and book chapters. Her paper has appeared  in Computers in Human Behavior, International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health CareInternational Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance, Journal of Systems and Information Technology,  International Journal of Mobile Communication, Compus-Wide Information Systems, and proceedings of ECIS, PACIS , AMCIS, CAiSE, and HICSS. She is on the editorial board for Electronic Market: the International Journal on Networked Business, and Telematics & Informatics. 

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