Management Information Systems (MIS) assist management in manipulating business data, developing reports for business analysis, and decision support for business operations. Students should propose an information systems project and present a short paper discussing the business aspects utilizing management information systems. Students will also submit a short presentation detailing their proposed information system, clearly stating the purpose.
Imperative to the project is that students (at a minimum) clearly demonstrate how their proposed information system (1) provides business intelligence (2) provides a competitive advantage using Porter’s model (3) and details how information security is addressed with the implementation of the system.
The project deliverables include (1) project proposal of 3-4 pages and (2) PowerPoint presentation of 3-5 slides that highlight the key points of the project proposal. Students will submit all parts in the course LMS by the due date. A rubric is used to assess the degree that it provides evidence of student learning of the stated student learning outcomes. Stated another way, each project should strive to:
● describe the fundamental elements of information system principles and concepts.
● identify ways to manage the human resources involved in information systems management.
● examine the technology involved in information systems, past, present, and future.
● summarize methodologies for planning, developing, and implementing management information systems.
● recommend information systems based on stated course objectives.
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