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Introduction to Management of Information Systems for HSE EMBA in Korea.

Introduction to Management of Information Systems for HSE EMBA in Korea.

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    • 1. management of information technology
    • 2. my background
    • 3. Youngjin Yoo
    • 4. born in Seoul
    • 5. Temple University
    • 6. Philadelphia
    • 7. Philadelphia
    • 8. Philadelphia
    • 9. Case Western Reserve University
    • 10. digital innovation
    • 11. design
    • 12. ubiquitous computing
    • 13. construction industry
    • 14. mobile media industry
    • 15. automotive industry
    • 16. higher education industry
    • 17. tell me about you
    • 18. your background
    • 19. your expectation
    • 20. your IT knowledge
    • 21. what’s going on here?
    • 22. Sanyo divested from VTR in 2002
    • 23. Sega divested from video game in 2001
    • 24. Aiwa divested from audio system in Japan in 2002
    • 25. Hitachi divested from monitor business in 2001
    • 26. Minolta divested from APS camera business in 2001
    • 27. Nokia bought Sega in 2002
    • 28. Apple is the world largest personal music player manufacturer in 2005.
    • 29. Nokia is the world largest camera manufacturer
    • 30. AT&T became at&t in 2005
    • 31. what’s common among them?
    • 32. what is your primary business concerns today?
    • 33. few years ago
    • 34. productivity
    • 35. productivity global outsourcing
    • 36. productivity global outsourcing commoditization
    • 37. productivity global outsourcing commoditization innovation
    • 38. productivity global outsourcing commoditization innovation Chinese effect
    • 39. today
    • 40. recession sustainability innovation
    • 41. changes in the role of IT
    • 42. what does GM make?
    • 43. 1/3 of the cost of GM’s car is in IT now
    • 44. in an average GM car
    • 45. in an average GM car 100,000 lines of code in
    • 46. in an average GM car 100,000 lines of code in one million lines of code in
    • 47. in an average GM car 100,000 lines of code in one million lines of code in 100 million lines of code in
    • 48. what business is GM in?
    • 49. assembly of parts?
    • 50. system integrations
    • 51. consider these
    • 52. the number of US tax return prepared in India quadrupled each year since 2002 from 25,000 to 400,000
    • 53. ebay would be the 5th largest US employer if power sellers are included
    • 54. Johnson Control’s European HR is running on a single SAP physically located in Germany, managed Czech Republic, analyzed in Russia
    • 55. why did it become flat?
    • 56. information technology revolution
    • 57. digital convergence global infrastructure mass scale ubiquitous presence of technology
    • 58. is there any industry that has not changed as a result of information technology?
    • 59. if you thought global outsourcing was a big deal, you haven’t seen any thing yet
    • 60. in next 10 years, anything that can be digitized will be digitized
    • 61. any process that can be decoupled, re- located, and re- coupled will be done exactly that
    • 62. what does that mean for you and your company?
    • 63. if this question does not keep you awake in the middle of night...
    • 64. fundamental changes in economy
    • 65. real impact of IT
    • 66. for both old and new
    • 67. pedagogy
    • 68. individual works
    • 69. discussion-based
    • 70. case-driven
    • 71. cold call be ready
    • 72. 25% of grade
    • 73. two case analyses
    • 74. you choose
    • 75. must be submitted the day we cover the case
    • 76. 11-point Times Roman
    • 77. 1-1-1 rule one page one inch margin single space
    • 78. no cover use header to put your name
    • 79. no summary
    • 80. specific and fact- based analysis
    • 81. general observations
    • 82. counter-points
    • 83. no shot gun stick to your point
    • 84. check your writing
    • 85. 20%
    • 86. Final Exam
    • 87. key ideas and concepts
    • 88. 20%
    • 89. group works
    • 90. case research
    • 91. choose a Korean company
    • 92. how does it use IT?
    • 93. history
    • 94. current status
    • 95. strategy
    • 96. the use of IT
    • 97. an analysis
    • 98. 6 pages (case) 4 pages (analysis) 5 pages (appendix)
    • 99. 20 minute presentations
    • 100. peer evaluation 70% team grade will be adjusted
    • 101. Tech Talk
    • 102. Session 6
    • 103. 10 minutes
    • 104. emerging technology
    • 105. what it is?
    • 106. what can I do with it?
    • 107. what are risks?
    • 108. how do I start?
    • 109. Winter Oak
    • 110. what did you learn from the story?

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