Subject description - B6B16INS

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B6B16INS Information Systems Extent of teaching:2+2+2
Guarantors:Náplava P. Roles:P Language of
teaching:
CS
Teachers:Náplava P. Completion:KZ
Responsible Department:13116 Credits:4 Semester:L

Anotation:

The goal of this course is to familiarise students with the information systems topic and information systems implementation principles. During the course, students are introduced to "on the market" existing types of systems and their usage in specific industry segments. Students are familiarised with the CRM, ERP, MRP and other types of information systems. The fundamental part of the course is the introduction to key ideas of an information system selection, evaluation of information system benefits, ways of information systems implementation and information system implementation based on the project management principles. The emphasis is on the initial customer analysis, customer insight and ability to decide whether it is better to implement any existing information system or to develop a new one from scratch. These factors determine the information system implementation success. At the end of the course information systems security, operation, support, maintenance, legislation impacts, and government information systems topics are discussed.

Study targets:

The course graduates are able to identify, analyze and describe customer (users) requirements necessary for the selection, implementation, and operation of an information system. They are also able to make out between the different information systems, and they understand the complexity of an information system implementation, support, and maintenance.

Content:

Lectures are divided into the following three parts: - First part - introduction to information systems, definition of the term information system, ways of user requirements description and information systems implementation - Second part - information systems types, presentation of selected existing systems - Third part - information systems operations and maintenance, introduction to information systems legislation and security In tutorials, students are preparing a case study document on the implementation of an information system and developing a basic prototype for a selected customer. Tutorials combine individual work and team cooperation with teachers during the case study and prototype preparation. Key outputs of the case study document and created prototype are presented at the end of tutorials.

Course outlines:

1. Course introduction, information and information system definition
2. Project management and information system implementation
3. Project management in practice
4. Business process management, information system implementation ways
5. Information systems types
6. ERP systems
7. Manufacturing support systems
8. Information systems support and maintenance
9. CRM systems
10. Information systems for government
11. Information systems legislation
12. Information and information systems security
13. Assessment test, course and tutorials evaluation, best practices presentation
14. Backup

Exercises outline:

1. Introduction to course, goals of the tutorials, case study definition
2. Establishing teams, projects assignment, introduction to assigned projects and customers
3. First customer meeting, identification, and description of customer's business issues and requirements
4. Analysis of the model project, presentation of selected practical projects
5. The first test, second customer meeting, AS-IS definition
6. Third customer meeting, TO-BE definition
7. Fourth customer meeting, final case study discussion
8. Presentation of project results (case study)
9. The second test, projects feedback, case study acceptance
10. Introduction to prototyping, prototyping tools
11. The third test, prototype consultation
12. Prototype consultation
13. Prototype presentations, projects and subject feedback
14. Backup

Literature:

Recommended literature for the information systems introduction (in Czech):
L. Gála, J. Pour, Z. Šedivá, Podniková informatika -- Počítačové aplikace v podnikové a mezipodnikové praxi - 3., aktualizované vydání, Grada, 2015
D. Vymětal, Informační systémy v podnicích - teorie a praxe projektování, Grada Publishing, 2009
P. Sodomka, H. Klčová, Informační systémy v podnikové praxi, 2. aktualizované a rozšířené vydání, Computer Press, 2011
J. Basl, R. Blažíček, Podnikové informační systémy, Podnik v informační společnosti, Grada Publishing, 2012
T. Bruckner, J. Voříšek, A. Buchalcevová a kolektiv, Tvorba informačních systémů, Principy, metodiky, architektury, Grada Publishing, 2013
Recommended literature for the information systems implementation and operation (in Czech):
A. Svozilová, Projektový management -- Systémový přístup k řízení projektů - 3., aktualizované a rozšířené vydání , Grada, 2016
V. Řepa, Procesně řízená organizace, Grada 2012
M. Hammer, Agenda 21, Co musí každý podnik udělat pro úspěch v 21. století, Management Press, 2013
M. Tvrdíková, Aplikace moderních informačních technologií v řízení firmy, Grada Publishing, 2009
V. Smejkal, K. Rais,Řízení rizik ve firmách a jiných organizacích, 4., aktualizované a rozšířené vydání, Grada, 2009
L. Jansa, P. Otevřel, Softwarové právo, Praktický průvodce právní problematikou v IT, Computer Press, 2014

Requirements:

No specific prerequisites are required. Only analytical skills, the ability to navigate in problem-solving and general IT knowledge are required. Recommended input knowledge for successful course graduation: - Basics of IT technologies - Basics of project management - Basics of investments economic evaluation - Basics of company operations and processes Recommended literature (in Czech): - Brealey R.A., Myers S.C. Teorie a praxe firemních financí. Praha: Victoria Publishing. 1994 - Synek, M. a kol: Podniková ekonomika, Beck, 2004 - Synek, M. a kol.: Manažerská ekonomika. Praha: Grada Publishing, 2003

Webpage:

https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/courses/B6B16INS

Keywords:

Informatíon system, information, information management, project, project management, business process, business process management, SWOT, FURPS, risks, ERP, CRM, MRP, MIS, DMS, ECM, SCM, data cube, case study, Business Intelligence, Business Analytics, CPM, support, prototype

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester
BPSIT Common courses P 4


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