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1.

Name of Course

Business Data Processing

2.

Course Code:

CISB 324

3.

Names of Academic Staff:

Lim Fung Chen

4.

Aims/Objectives:


  1. To provide an awareness of business strategy and information management strategy.

  2. To provide an awareness of the importance of business strategy.

  3. To describe the external environment analysis in achieving competitive advantage.

  4. To provide an awareness of Information quality.

  5. To provide student with the knowledge of writing COBOL program.




5.

Semester and

Year Offered

Semester 5, Year 2

6.

Total Student Learning Time (SLT):


Face to face (F2F):


Independent learning (non-F2F)

Total guided and independent learning (non F2F):

L= Lecture

T=Tutorial

P=Practical

O=Others

L

T

P

O

156


226

28


14


28





7.

Credit Value:

4

8.

Prerequisite:

CSEB 134 Programming 2.

9.

Learning Outcomes:


After completing the course, students should be able to:

    • Describe and illustrate the components of a business strategy

    • Describe the strategy crafting process and the factors that influencing the process

    • Describe the Information management strategy and the importance of Information Management.

    • Understand and appreciate the concept of Information and Information Systems audit.

    • Assess the value that can be associated with specific information assets.

    • Appreciate the significance of COBOL in the business environment.

    • Write COBOL programs to perform input, process, output and storage functions.




10.

Transferable skills

Skills

Skills assessments

Written test

Lab

Presentation

Assignment

Other

(Mini Project)

Knowledge

X

X

X

X

X

Practical




X







X

Social Skills and Responsibilities




X




X

X

Values, Attitudes and Professionalisms




X




X

X

Communication, Leadership and Team










X

X

Problem Solving and Scientific

X

X




X

X

Information Management and lifelong Learning




X




X

X

Managerial and Entrepreneurial










X

X




11.

Teaching-learning strategy


Lecture, Lab, Assignment, Mini project


Assessment strategy:


Assessment Methods

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

CO6

Quizzes

X

X

X

X

X

X

Mid Term Test

X

X

X

X




X

Assignment

X

X

X

X







Mini Project
















X

Final Exam

X

X

X

X

X

X




12.

Synopsis

This course provides a theoretically and empirically grounded approach to information systems strategy. It presented the more human-centred, participative approach to strategic management of information systems. It covers the essence of corporate strategy, information systems strategy, contemporary information systems strategic issues, the technical versus social debate in information systems strategy, as well as the ways forward for the application of strategic thinking in the information systems domain.

This course also concentrates on the information quality and information systems audit.. It provides an introduction to the information quality and information system auditing; This part also looks into how information systems audit is being conducted and what are the control measures to be taken.

The course introduces COBOL programming as one of the tool for system development in an organisation.


13.

Mode of Delivery


Lecture and Lab


14.

Assessment Methods and Types


Assignment(s)

10 – 30%

Quizzes

0 – 5%

Midterm Test

10 – 20%

Mini Project

10 – 30%

Final Examination

30 – 70%




15.

Mapping of the Course to the Program Aims


Course

PEO1

PEO2

PEO3

PEO4




X







X




16.



Mapping of the course (CO) to the Program Learning Outcomes (PO)








PO

1

PO

2

PO

3

PO

4

PO

5

PO

6

PO

7

PO

8

1

Describe and illustrate the components of a business strategy

3

2

-

1

2

2

2

1

2

Describe the strategy crafting process and the factors that influencing the process.

3

1

-

1

2

2

2

1

3

Describe the company’s resources and its competitive position.

3

2

-

2

2

2

2

1

4

Understand and appreciate the concept of Information and Information Systems audit.

3

2

-

1

2

2

2

1

5

Assess the value that can be associated with specific information assets.

3

1

-

2

2

1

2

2

6

Write COBOL programs to perform input, process, output and storage functions.

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3









Topic


F2F

Non F2F

SLT

L

T

P

1

Business Strategy

    • Definition.

    • The Importance of business strategy.

    • Striving for competitive advantage

    • Company’s Strategy.

    • Offensive and Defensive elements.

    • Relationship between a Company’s Strategy and Business Model.

    • Strategy Making, Strategy Executing Process.




6

3




4

13

2

Analyzing a Company’s External Environment

    • Choosing a Strategy.

    • The components of a Company’s Macroenvironment.

    • Identifying strategically relevant industry Features.

    • Economic Features

    • Porter’s competitive forces model.

    • Information System strategy for dealing with competitive advantage.

    • The Business Value Chain Model.

    • Synergies, Core Competencies and Network-Based Strategies.

    • Competing on Global Scale




6

3




4

13

3

Analyzing a Company’s Resources and Competitive Position

  • Evaluating how well a company’s present strategy is Working.

  • Identifying Company Resource Strengths and Competitive Capabilities.

  • Identifying company resources weaknesses and competitive deficiencies.

  • Identifying a company’s Market Opportunities.

  • Identifying the threats to a company’s future profitability.

  • SWOT analysis.

The concept of a company value chain

6

3




4

13

4

Information Management Strategy.

    • Why is an Information Management Strategy

    • The relationship between strategies for managing information-related resources

    • Developing an Information strategy Management

    • Information Theme and Approaches.

6

3




4

13

5

Information Quality

    • Overview of Information System Audit

    • Conducting an Information System Audit

4

2




4

10

6

COBOL Programming

    • Introduction

    • Variables and Constant.

    • Structured COBOL.

    • Subroutine.

    • Decision Making.

    • Repetition.

    • Program Control

    • Data and COBOL Operators.

    • Basic of Design

    • Structured Data.

    • File Input Output.

    • Printing

    • Sorting Techniques










28

56

84




Written test










10

10




Assignment










25

25




Mini project










30

30




Exam










15

15




TOTAL Student Learning Time (h)

28

14

28

156

226




Reference:

Core:


  1. Kourdi, Jeremy,. (2009) Business Strategy:A guide to taking your business forward, 2nd Edition, Economist Books.

  1. Kenneth C.Laudon, Jane P. Laudon, (2007), Essentials of Information Systems, 8th edition, Pearson Education.

  2. Stern, N., Stern, R. A., Ley, J. P. (2006) COBOL for the 21st Century, 11th Edition, NY: Wiley

  1. Jack J. Champlain, (2003) Auditing Information System, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons. Inc., Hoboken, New Jercey.


Additional:


  1. Thompson, A. A., Gamble, J. E., Strickland, A. J. (2004). Strategy: Winning in the Marketplace, Core Concepts, Analytical Tools, Cases, NY: McGraw Hill.

  2. Weber, R. (1999) Information Systems Control and Audit, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  3. Stern, N., Stern, R. A., Ley, J. P. (2003) COBOL for the 21st Century, 10th Edition, NY: WileyWard, J., Griffiths, P. (1996) Strategic Planning For Information Systems, 2nd Edition, England: Wiley

  4. Thompson, A. A., Strickland, A. J. (2003) Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 13th Edition, NY: McGraw Hill

  5. Laudon, K.C., Laudon, J. P. (2004). Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 8th Edition, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  6. Laudon, K.C., Laudon, J. P. (2004). Essentials of Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 6th Edition, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  7. 5. Post, G. V., Anderson, D. L. (2000) Management Information Systems: Solving Business Problems with Information Technology, 2nd Edition, NY: McGraw Hill.



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