3.00 credit hours
For over a half-century, the field of information systems has been learning about the design, development, testing, and use of complex systems. Computers are just the start. The networks that connect them to create a massive communications grid, the software that runs on them, and the impact of these artifacts on organizations have all generated large bodies of knowledge. Two modes of thinking have proven particularly valuable in making sense of these developments--system thinking and design thinking. While this course applies concepts from system thinking and design thinking to problems related to using information in organizations, the techniques are widely applicable to managing.
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