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Week 11 Drowning in Data

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Slides from week 11 of MIS5001: Management Information Systems taught by Prof. Steven L. Johnson at Temple University Fox School of Business.

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    • Week 11 –Drowning in Data MIS5001: Management Information Systems PROF. STEVEN L. JOHNSON Twitter: @StevenLJohnson http://stevenljohnson.org http://community.mis.temple.edu/mis5001fall10johnson/
    • Today’s Agenda   Case Discussion   Guest Speaker: Mathias Kirchmer
    • Case Study Discussion   In what ways do you think the hiring manager is better or worse off for having additional data available via a Google search?   What do you think the hiring manager should do?   What aspects of the expert commentary do you agree and disagree with?
    • 100-Second Reflection 1.  What would you like to remember at the end of the semester about the “Googled” case? 2.  Think about the blog discussion on Business Process Re-engineering. If you could ask an expert on BPR one question, what would it be? 3.  Any other comments?
    • For More Information PROF. STEVEN L. JOHNSON EMAIL: STEVEN@TEMPLE.EDU Twitter: @StevenLJohnson http://stevenljohnson.org http://community.mis.temple.edu/mis5001fall10johnson/