Organisations, Technologies and E-Business
This module focuses on the managerial aspects of supporting business models with internet based technologies. The management oriented approach refers to the intersection of business management, information systems, organizations and technologies. In this unit, the students will
- get an overview of the terminology of business software, e-business, and business applications
- learn how e-business applications support and change the way of doing business
- be able to align strategic and organizational goals and e-business applications and identify the potentials of e-business in the value chain
- gain knowledge of the kind and functioning of relationships between organisational requirements regarding e-business and their technical support
- analyse and understand the trends in mobile communication technologies and their impact on business development
|Should be visited:
|Academic Module Coordinator
||Prof. Dr. Uwe Leimstoll
||Uwe Leimstoll, Walter Dettling
||Contact hours: 60 h
Self-Study: 120 h
|Teaching and Learning Methods
||The module is taught through plenary lectures and plenary/group workshops, including documentaries and presentations. Class participation is actively encouraged.
In the plenary lectures students are required to orally present results of guided self study.
Plenary sessions will be accompanied by case studies using the eXperience methodology.