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Information Systems and Business Modeling (dt. Wirtschaftsinformatik und Unternehmensmodellierung)


Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit, Dr. Jan Huntgeburth
Date: Thursday, 10:00-11:30 am and 3:45-5:15 pm
Building/Room: Lectures: Lecture Hall WiWi 1004; Exercises: Room FW1109
Autres dates: 13.11., 20.11., 27.11. at 10:00-11:30 am, 18.12. at 3:45-5:15 pm; 08.01. and 15.01. at 10:00-11:30 am and 3:45-5:15 pm
Contact: Sabrina Hauff, M.Sc.


Abstract:

The goal of this course is to enable students to understand the foundations of information systems together with their benefits and impacts for and on firms and society. Based on these foundations, competences are developed in the area of business processes and business modeling to plan, develop, and use such systems strategically in existing companies and startups.


Content:

# Date Session
1 09.10.2014 (10:00 am) Course Introduction
2 16.10.2014 (10:00 am) Introduction to IS and Business Modeling
3 23.10.2014 (10:00 am) IS, Organization & Strategy (1)
4 23.10.2014 (03:45 pm) IS, Organization & Strategy (2)
5 30.11.2014 (10:00 am) Business Models (1)
6 30.11.2014 (03:45 pm) Business Models (2)
7 06.11.2014 (10:00 am) IT Sourcing
8 06.11.2014 (03:45 pm) IT Project Management
9 04.12.2014 (10:00 am) Business Process Modeling (1)
10 04.12.2014 (03:45 pm) Business Process Modeling (2)
11 11.12.2014 (10:00 am) Business Process Modeling (3)
12 11.12.2014 (03:45 pm) Advanced Topics of Business Process Modeling (1)
13 18.12.2014 (10:00 am) Advanced Topics of Business Process Modeling (2)
14    22.01.2015 (10:00 am) Revision & Outlook


Lecturing materials

Lecturing materials are available via Digicampus.


Previous knowledge:

Language: English


Literature:

  • Laudon und Laudon (2014): Management Information Systems,  Global Edition 13/e, ISBN: 9780273789970, Pearson
  • Osterwalder und Pigneur (2010): Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers, ISBN: 9780470876411, John Wiley & Sons

 

Further readings will be distributed with the lecture slides.

 


More information:

Recommended semester: 2nd semester and above
Field of study: Bachelor
Duration: 4 SWS
Type: L - Lecture
Credit points: 5 ECTS
Examination: Written examination
Exam offered: every semester
Duration of exam: 90 minutes
Semester: every winter term