Leader: D Hamilton
Caulfield Second semester 2005 (Evening)
Synopsis: Key concepts in information technology strategic planning. Approaches taken to planning and the problems they have encountered. How the theory and practice of IT planning has evolved. The philosophical basis of IT planning, key influences in the development of planning theory, current methods and approaches to planning, a critical evaluation of IT planning practice, and the scope for alternative radical perspectives on planning.
Assessment: Assignments: 50% + Formal Supervised Assessment: 50%
Contact Hours: 3 hours per week
Prerequisites: 24 credit points of IMS 9000-level units, or equivalent; or 24 credit points of graduate level units in the Master of Information Management and Systems, Master of Information Management and Systems (Professional), Master of Information Technology, the Master of Business Systems, or equivalent; or an approved undergraduate degree in information systems (IS) or information management (IM) or equivalent.