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This module broadens students' critical perspective on the strategic aspects of information systems in business, and focuses in particular on the integration of information systems strategy with business strategy to support business value.
The module examines the synergy between business strategy and information systems strategies. Key approaches to business growth and development are evaluated in the context of achieving and maintaining competitive advantage. Critical success factors pertaining to the use of information systems to support business growth, innovation and competitive advantage are analysed with particular emphasis being given to the use of real world business situations and case studies. The need to integrate IS and IT strategies with those of the organisation are explored.
A student passing this module should be able to:
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