The module imparts knowledge about the most important global questions of Information Management. After an introduction into the basic concepts of information management and the use of information, techniques and tools used in determining and meeting information needs are compiled by applying a framework for information management to a concrete case.
The framework covers the following steps: from strategy to organisation, from organisation to information demand, utility of information and communication technologies, from information supply to adjustment of organisational concepts, from adjusted organisational concepts to verification of the strategy. Other topics are methodologies for decision support and data analysis as well as the design, implementation and use of a digital dashboard.
|Should be visited:
|Academic Module Coordinator
||Prof. Dr. Dino-Schwaferts
||Prof. Dr. Stella Gatziu, Prof. Dr. Andreas Reber
||Contact hours: 56 h
Self-Study: 120 h
||Introduction in the Information Management and the main approaches :
|Teaching and Learning Methods
||The module is taught through plenary lectures and
plenary discussions based on case studies. In addition, students
undertake guided independent study, and prepare / present a group work.
Class participation is actively necessary.
In the plenary lectures students are required to orally present results of applying the learned framework.
Plenary sessions will be accompanied by a case study in which groups of students build up portal-based digital dashboard for a sample enterprise.