Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

DISC8160 - Knowledge Management
Summer 2014: Doctora

This Inquiry Seminar presents the concept of information and data management within the framework of organizational or corporate information systems used in organizational decision-making processes. Some of the topics covered include: decision making and problem solving situations in information and data management; the relationship of managing and decision making; problem-solving models and decision-making procedures; information needs and requirements, analysis, and modeling; group decision making processes and models for information and data management; organizational, political and ethical issues of information and data management; information and data modeling and design issues; cultural dimensions of information and data management; information and data management styles; cognitive and emotional styles influencing information and data management; and the organization and representation of information as reflected in a chosen mode of communication and their effect on interface design and decision processes. The seminar is divided into four modules: Organizational Issues and Data/Information Management; DSS Components in Context; DSS and International Considerations; and Future Technology, Data/Information Management and Communication Challenges.
3 Credits

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