Information Systems Governance
Information systems governance course, provides students with knowledge about the main roles of a chief information officer (CIO), and the decisions that are to be taken during the exercise of their activities. This course outlines managing information and to thrive new strategies into the digital world business. In this course students are expected to develop presentation and communication skills on defining management information systems strategy and the correspondent alignment with the business processes.
João Miguel Martins Moradias
Weekly - Available soon
Total - Available soon
Portuguese. If there are Erasmus students, classes will be taught in English
Colisto, N. R. (2012). The CIO playbook: Strategies and best practices for IT leaders to deliver value (Vol. 585). John Wiley & Sons.
Heller, M. (2016). CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of It Leadership. Routledge.
Lane, D. (2011). The Chief Information Officer's Body of Knowledge: People, Process, and Technology (Vol. 571). John Wiley & Sons.
McAfee, A., and Brynjolfsson, E. (2012). Big Data: The Management Revolution. Harvard Business Review 90:60¿ 68.
Smith, G. S. (2011). Straight to the top: Becoming a world-class CIO. John Wiley & Sons.
Teece, D. J. (2010). Business models, business strategy and innovation. Long Range Planning, 43: 172-194
Waller, G., Rubenstrunk, K., & Hallenbeck, G. (2010). The CIO edge: Seven leadership skills you need to drive results. Harvard Business Press
This course will be leaded by theoretical and practical sessions, associated with few sets of individual and group workings papers. It may include some guest that will participate in the session, presenting some of their cases.
This course will be leaded by theoretical and practical sessions, associated with few sets of individual and group workings papers. It will include some guest that will participate in the session, presenting some of their cases.
Regular examination period (1st call):
- Development of an IS Strategic Plan document and presenting to the class (30%)
- Individual Exam (30%)
- Working papers of articles (25%)
- Participation in classes (15%)
Resit examination period (2nd call):
- Individual Exam (50%)
- Individual written essay of a scientific top publication (50%)
LU 1. Analysis of real case studies
LU 2. CIO' s roles.
LU 3. Change management processses.
LU 4. Development of Strategic Plan
LU 5. Paper analysis
Programs where the course is taught:
- Specialization in Information Analysis and Management
- Specialization in Risk Analysis and Management
- Specialization in Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence
- Specialization in Information Systems and Technologies Management
- Specialization in Marketing Intelligence
- Specialization in Marketing Research and CRM
- Specialization in Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence – Working Hours Format
- Specialization in Information Systems and Technologies Management - Working Hours Format
- Specialization in Marketing Intelligence - Working Hours Format
- Post-Graduation in Information Analysis and Management
- Post-Graduation Risk Analysis and Management
- PostGraduate in Smart Cities
- PostGraduate in Data Science for Marketing
- PostGraduate in Digital Enterprise Management
- PostGraduate Digital Marketing and Analytics
- PostGraduate in Information Systems Governance
- PostGraduate in Information Management and Business Intelligence in Healthcare
- Post-Graduation in Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence
- Post-Graduation Information Systems and Technologies Management
- Post-Graduation in Marketing Intelligence
- Post-Graduation Marketing Research e CRM
- PostGraduate in Enterprise Information Systems