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Innovation and Information Technology Management

By Professor Rahul De'   |   IIMB
Learners enrolled: 1078
Information Technology (IT) changes the manner and scope in which businesses operate and compete. Innovations in IT have led some businesses to flourish, while others have faltered due to massive changes brought by this industry. IT is notoriously hard to manage. The challenge of managing IT is ensuring that the intended changes and innovations are realized, and the unintended ones are kept under control. This course will cover basic concepts of information technology management.

As part of this course you will:
  • See some brief videos
  • Take pop quizzes
  • Analyze cases
  • Read relevant material
This course is for you if you are:
  • Using IT in your organization
  • Building or are planning to build IT-enabled products or services
  • Exploring business innovations and want to know how IT can help
  • Interested in understanding how organizations manage IT for innovating.
  • This course is not overly technical. Detailed prior knowledge of computing technology is not required to take this course.
Summary
Course Status : Completed
Course Type : Core
Duration : 6 weeks
Start Date : 31 Jan 2021
End Date : 30 Apr 2021
Exam Date :
Enrollment Ends : 28 Feb 2021
Category :
  • Management Studies
Credit Points : 2
Level : Postgraduate

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Course layout

Week 1: Managing competition with IT
  • Competing with IT
  • Properties of digital goods
  • Network effects
  • Case study on competing with IT

Week 2: Managing digital networks and digital security
  • Digital networks
  • Digital security
  • Case study on net neutrality

Week 3: Managing Innovations with IT
  • Moore's Law
  • Innovating with IT
  • Evolving IT innovations
  • Decisions to be made
  • Case study on managing innovations with IT

Week 4: 
Managing software development
  • Making software the old-fashioned way
  • Why managing software projects is hard
  • New breed of software development methods
  • Case study on managing software development

Week 5: Managing outside innovation
  • Crowd-sourcing software
  • Managing open source innovation
  • Managing outside innovation
  • Case study on managing outside innovation

Week 6: Managing ethical and social issues
  • Managing ethical issues
  • Managing social issues
  • Innovating to stay green
  • ICT for development

Books and references

Though the course does not require any textbook, if students need further detailed information, they are recommended to refer to the below book

MIS: Managing Information Systems in Business, Government and Society
Rahul De,
Wiley India (2012)

Instructor bio

Professor Rahul De'

IIMB

Hewlett-Packard Chair Professor in ICT for Sustainable Economic Development at IIM Bangalore

Dr. Rahul De’ is the Hewlett-Packard Chair Professor in ICT for Sustainable Economic Development at IIM Bangalore. He has taught information systems in India, in the USA, and for brief stints in Spain, Norway and Sweden, since 1994. He does research in ICT for development, open source and electronic government. He has published 2 books and over 50 articles in international journals, in conference proceedings and as chapters in books. He has received international awards for his research and teaching.



Course certificate

Examination:

Type of exam: Computer based exam 

You will have to appear at the allotted exam centre and produce your Hall ticket and Government Photo Identification Card for verification and take the exam in person. 
You can find the final allotted exam centre details in the hall ticket. The questions will be on the computer and the answers will have to be entered on the computer; type of questions may include multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks, essay type (subjective) type, etc. 

Grading and Certificate Policy:

Weightage: 25% weightage for weekly assignment + 75% weightage for final exam. 

Passing Marks: You will be eligible for Certificate only if you score minimum 40% in Weekly Assessment and minimum 40% in Final Exam

If you score less than 40% in either weekly assessments (average) or in final exam, you will not receive the certificate. 



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