This course provides insight in the use of ICT for management puroposes. The course helps the future manager (in industry, service organisation or government) to focus on the strenghts and weaknesses of ICT solutions for managerial decision making on operational, tactical and strategic level. Attention is paid to the broad context of ICT (technical and managerial aspects, like customer service, human resource aspects, ...) and the (rapid) evolution in this area.
Slides, transparencies, courseware
Toledo / e-platform
Examples and samples
Is also included in other courses
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- Master of Engineering: Biomedical Engineering 120 ects.
- Master of Engineering: Energy 120 ects.
- EIT-KIC Master in Energy 120 ects.
There are five modules in the course: foundation concepts, information technologies, business applications, development processes and management challenges.
The course is taught to different groups of students, the theoretical part of the course is the same for all students, the practical part (case discussions, examples) are adapted to the specific groups.
Description of learning activities
Interactive classes. Case presentations and discussions.
O'Brien, J.A. and Marakas, G.M., Management Information Systems, McGrawHill, NY, 2010
Extra material provided through TOLEDO
- Interim evaluations plus final examination during examination period.
- Case study. Project work (written paper plus discussion during exam period).