Management Information Systems: IT Organizational Structure
IT Departments often have unique business structures, which can be confusing to those unfamiliar with the profession. This course explores the various positions and their roles, allowing you to shadow managers through the restructuring process and assist them as they consider outsourcing and other alternatives.
Sifting through various applications to find ones which fit specific business needs can be a difficult process. This courses focuses on tricks used to streamline your use of the internet, also offering search engine tips to improve efficiency in research methods.
Many forms of Information Systems are overlooked in business, but various software can help to streamline procedures and increase efficiency. This course explores the ways IT can aid businesses and the types of software available to simply business life.
No leader is infallible and, often, the direction a leader chooses to orient their organization is full of risk. While not be a bad thing in itself, the consequences could be devastating if not handled correctly. Step alongside Robert Powers, the CEO of Central Products, as he deals with several tense situations - failed plans for a new market and conflict with employees who have shown resistance to his leadership. Through this, you will gain an understanding of how leaders should deal with adverse situations and change.
This course takes a look at the strategy of a company on the verge of failure and compares it to that of a company striving to be the best for its employees and customers. By participating in various meetings at these two companies, you’ll have the chance to explore what contributes to the creation of successful and unsuccessful business strategies.
SHRM: VTR is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 2 PDCs. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.