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Master Information Management

  1. 1. Master Information Management Bridging Business and IT Anne Rutkowski Academic Director Information Management
  2. 2. What is Information Management about? Information Systems & Technology (IS/IT) have matured the last decency. It has shifted from a support role to one where it is an inherent part of a firm’s value proposition IS/IT enables • New organizational forms, • The redesign of business processes, and • The development of innovative business models and new business strategies 2
  3. 3. Why is IM crucial for business? •Critical decision to manage IS/IT have to be taken by digital managers not by technological experts •Technological innovation will keep disturbing business, providing new opportunities • Modern business must be able to take advantage of the transformative and wealth generating potential of IS/IT •Business needs to be able to assess which IS/IT best supports their business model and invest in those •Business depends critically on innovation and creativity in the use and application of data for decision-making
  4. 4. Big data: Example of new challenges • Big data is a new trend or hype. • About getting more value from the huge amounts of data generated by IT • The key question for business and our master students is how big data can be applied to the benefit of companies, individuals and society. • “Business Intelligence /Analytic” with Prof. H. Daniels and H. Weigand 4
  5. 5. IT can disrupt industries and…help mitigate risks • Look for example at the retail industry where companies like Amazon are revolutionizing retail. • Again, the added value of our master students on the market will come from understanding the implications of disruptive IT innovation to the businesses and creating feasible paths from the current world to the changed world after the IT disruption has done its work • Management of knowledge and Innovation and IT trends with Dr. B. van de Walle our risk management specialist and myself 5
  6. 6. More experts….and top researchers to educate the new digital manager 6 Beulen, E.J.J., Ribbers, P.M.A., & Roos, J. (2010). Managing IT Outsourcing, Second Edition. Oxford: Routledge. Further information Prof. dr. Erik Beulen is also employed by KPMG EquaTerra. Ou, C.X.J., Pavlou, P.A. and Davison, R.M. (forthcoming) Swift Guanxi in Online Marketplaces: The Role of Computer- Mediated-Communication Technologies, MIS Quarterly.
  7. 7. …how to optimize Business Performance from & with Information Systems The Thrust of the Information Management
  8. 8. IT trends Innovation Sourcing Project Mgmt / Organizational change Cultural/social values Organization Business strategy Information Strategy Business Performance Management Resources/Planning IT Governance Alignment Security/privacy • 7x6 = 42 ECTS • Master Thesis (18)
  9. 9. What is your preferred position on the Bridge? We offer one regular 1 year MSc IM with the possibility to do a specialization with the selection of the elective courses. We also offer two international 2 year programs – International Master in Management of IT (IMMIT) – International Master in Service Engineering (IMSE) 9
  10. 10. MSc Information Management – 1st entry point Block 1 (August – October) Course number ECTS Mandatory - Advanced Resource Planning 320061 6 - Business Intelligence and Data Management 320092 6 - Enterprise Governance and Digital Transformation 320093 6 Block 2 (October – December) Course number ECTS Mandatory electives (2 out of 4) - Strategic Sourcing 320089 6 - Enterprise Architecture as a Business Strategy 320084 6 - Software Oriented Architecture 320082 6 - Business Process Integration 320062 6 Block 3 (February – April) Course Number ECTS Mandatory - Planning, Modeling and ICT Skills 325083 6 - Project Management: People and Technology 320093 6 Block 4 (April – June) Course Number ECTS Mandatory Master Thesis 390306 18 Total for the academic year 60
  11. 11. MSc Information Management – 2nd entry point Track Competition and Regulation 1124-3-2014 Block 3 (February – April) Course number ECTS Mandatory - Planning, Modeling and ICT skills 325083 6 - Project Management: People and Technology 320096 6 Block 4 (April – June) Course number ECTS Mandatory electives (2 out of 4) - Smart Business Networks 320039 6 - Knowledge Management and Societal Innovation 320094 6 - Business Analytics and Emerging Trends 320091 6 Block 1 (August – October) Course Number ECTS Mandatory - Advanced Resource Planning 320061 6 - Business Intelligence and Data Management 320092 6 - Enterprise Governance and Digital Transformation 320093 6 Block 2 (October – December) Course Number ECTS Mandatory Master thesis 390306 18 Total for the academic year 60
  12. 12. What is offered? Study Support Career Orientation Social Activities Opportunity to do committees
  13. 13. 14 International Master in Management of IT (IMMIT) Participating Universities • Paul Cezanne University, Aix-Marseille III • Institut d'Administration des Entreprises (IAE), Department of Information Systems • EQUIS Accredited • Tilburg University • School of Economics and Management (SEM) – Department of Information Management. Belongs to one of the thirteen European faculties/institutions which acquired the U.S. AACSB-accreditation. • Turku University -Turku School of Economics • Department of Management, Information Systems Science • Reviewed by the Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council (FINHEEC), EQUIS accreditation process started
  14. 14. IMSE: International Master in Service Engineering Contact: Prof. dr. Willem-Jan van de Heuvelwww.erasmusmundus-imse.eu/ International Master in Service Engineering (IMSE)
  15. 15. MSc IM IMMIT Courses Semester 1 M 1 Advanced Resource Planning M 2 Business Process Integration M 3. Enterprise Architecture as a Business Strategy M 4. Service Oriented Architecture M 5. Enterprise Governance and Digital Transformation Semester 2 INTERNSHIP + MASTER THESIS 16 International Master in Service Engineering (IMSE)
  16. 16. Year One Year Two Sept SeptDec DecJan May Jan May IAE Turku Tilburg Thesis/ Internship Foundations International Business Skills in IT management Integration: Managing IT for International Business International Master in Management of IT (IMMIT)
  17. 17. MSc IM IMSE Courses Semester 1 M 1 Enterprise Governance and Digital Transformation M 2 Business Intelligence and Data Management M 3. Advanced Resource Planning M 4. Strategic Sourcing M 5. Enterprise Architecture as a Business Strategy MASTER THESIS 18 International Master in Service Engineering (IMMIT)
  18. 18. Name TitleThesis Supervisor T. van Beijsterveld Software Asset Management at medium sized organizations Prof. dr. E.J.J. Beulen M.P.J. van Berg Design constraints in IT architecture Prof. dr. W.J.M. van de Heuvel R.F.P.M. Dirks On the maturity and value of business intelligence Prof. dr. Ir. H.M. Daniels M.W. van der Goot Telecom Services, bundles and channels A Survey on the preferences of the Dutch SME Market Drs. L.W. Hexspoor S. Hakkenbroek Knowledge Management Systems in humanitarian response: Research on Growth and the Acquisition of knowledge in the B-FAST team during TRIPLEX Dr. B. van de Walle M.H.G. Janssen Enterprise Intelligence Prof. dr. ir. H.M. Daniels J.R. Pluyter Medical technology use and distraction: a cognitive load perspective-Improving quality and safety in the operating room Dr. FA. . Rutkowski Examples of thesis research
  19. 19. Do we need IM graduates?
  20. 20. European employment observatory newsletter Employers are experiencing difficulties in recruiting staff, especially for high-skilled jobs. It is predicted that there could be shortages in areas like the Information Communication Technology (ICT) with an estimated deficit for the whole of Europe of 700,000 for ICT specialists by 2015 and of one million by 2025. To boost the EU employment rate to reach 75 % by 2020, the European Commission launched its flagship initiative “An Agenda for new skills and jobs”. 21
  21. 21. • Able to assess new technologies and the potential of IT for business innovation • Analyze (integrated) business processes, management information needs, and information flows • Govern the alignment of business processes and the supporting IS/IT infrastructure • Manage projects, e.g. roll-outs of enterprise wide systems, and lead organizational change initiatives • Give advise on whether to make or buy a system • Can work in interdisciplinary teams and act as communicator between the various disciplines • Is able to conduct research, and write and present (scientific) reports and articles Skills
  22. 22. Where do they work? 50% ICT Services/Industry & 50% Companies • ATOS KPMG – develop analytical methods • Capgemini – Information analyst • KPN – ICT systems and security • Google and Microsoft • Ordina (System Research, Finance, etc.) • Financial institutions (ING, Postbank, ABP) • Exxon/Mobil, Schouten Group • Hospital and governmental institution • Municipalities – integrate systems • Central government – tax and customs automation • Universities as PhD-student/researcher And what do they do?
  23. 23. Linda van der Tuijn Questions concerning: - Admission to the program - Set-up of the Master program - Other practical matters Please visit the information market for questions!! Program Coordinator 24
  24. 24. Admission & Application For all students: • Enroll via Studielink Non TiSEM students who want to enroll in a (Pre-) Master also need to: • Submit an application for admission • Before the 1st of August or 1st of January For more information go to www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/admissionprocedure/feb/ 25
  25. 25. TiSEM Career Services TiSEM Career Services 26 Guiding you in your career planning process • Career Advice • Career Workshop • Internships • TiSEM Career Mentor Program Simone Hofland (K18) Career Services Officer 013 466 4203 s.b.hoflandlokin@tilburguniversity.edu www.tilburguniversity.edu/studentcareerservices
  26. 26. TiSEM Alumni Relations TiSEM Alumni Relations 27 Alumni are our most important ambassadors and our goal is to continue to support our alumni to succeed in their professional lives by providing opportunities to - Expand Your Future - Knowledge - Skills - Network As a student, you can benefit from the experiences of the thousands of alumni in the network Pam Dupont Alumni Officer 013 466 3603 alumni-tisem@tilburguniversity.edu http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/alumni-tisem
  27. 27. For top students Prepare for PhD Great Rankings Excellent Funding International setting Good Job Opportunities Top Scholars Visit us this evening at the Information Market Research Master Business or Economics 28School of Economics and Management
  28. 28. Teacher of Economics or Management & Organization Content: Didactics, internships, practical research assignments Duration: 1 year full-time study (60 ECTS) Costs: The statutory rate (1906 euro) and one year extra scholarship More information www.tilburguniversity.edu/master/lerarenopleiding A.A.M. Driessen a.a.m.driessen@tilburguniversity.edu Or visit us this evening at the Information Market University Teacher Degree University Teacher Degree 29
  29. 29. Questions?
  30. 30. Pre-Master Information Management

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