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MT4104 Information Technology Management

[Lecture: 26 hr ; Tutorial: 13 hr ; Lab: 0 hr ; Pre-requisite: Nil ; Academic Unit: 3.0 ]


Learning Objective :

The main objective of the course is to provide students with a basic understanding of how information and communication technology contribute to business value. To do so, students must understand the mechanisms that lead to successful e-business implementations. The course will therefore focus on three areas of student learning:


  • Knowledge of enablers and inhibitors of e-business success (theory and models)
  • Understanding of e-business successes and failures (cases)
  • Experience in evaluation of e-business services (assignments)


Course Content :

Introduction to Technology Applications. E-Commerce and E-Business Concepts. Personal Technology Use. Enterprise Systems Technology and Infrastructure: The Wired World. Technology Convergence. Disruptive Technologies. Technical Solutions and Standards. Building E-commerce Solutions. Managing Business Value of Information Technology and E-commerce. E-commerce and Consumer Behavior. E-commerce and Technology Use. Ethical, Social and Political Issues. Testing and Evaluating E-commerce Solutions.

Course Outline :

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Topic

1

Introduction to Technology Applications

2

E-Commerce and E-Business Concepts

3

Personal Technology Use

4

Enterprise Systems

5

Technology and Infrastructure: The Wired World

6

Technology Convergence

7

Disruptive Technologies

8

Technical Solutions and Standards

9

Building E-commerce Solutions

10

Managing Business Value of Information Technology and E-commerce

11

E-commerce and Consumer Behavior

12

E-commerce and Technology Use

13

Ethical, Social and Political Issues

14

Testing and Evaluating E-commerce Solutions

Learning Outcome :

Upon completion of the course, students should be able to have a better understanding of how information and communication technology can be applied to businesses to increase business values.

Textbooks :

  1. Laudon, K. C. and Traver, C.G. 2015. E-commerce 2015: Business. Technology. Society (Global Edition). 11th Edition, Pearson Education Limited.

References :

Nil​