It is important to understand what information systems are and why they are essential for running and managing a business. These case studies provide an opportunity to critically analyze events that are taking place in real-life organizations. This helps to develop critical thinking and research skills as you research each of these scenarios.
- case study “Can You Run the Company with Your iPhone?” discuss how emerging trends in technology are helping Network Rail improve railway performance and safety.
- case study “Enterprise Social Networking Helps Sanofi Pasteur Innovate and Improve Quality” how information systems influenced the company’s organizational strategy. Critique their core information system applications from a business perspective. Analyze how information system projects are aligned with organizational goals and strategies.
- case study “Meltdown and Spectre Haunt the World’s Computers” on discuss the ethical and security issues that could result from flaws in central processing unit (CPU) chip design. Assess their procedures for securing information systems.
- case study “AbbVie Builds a Global Systems Infrastructure” , discuss the problems that the company was experiencing as a global enterprise and how the company was able to solve them. Explain their information technology infrastructure. What information system solutions that can be applied to this issue.
When formatting your PowerPoint presentation, do not use the question-and-answer format; instead, use bullets, graphics, and/or charts in slides to identify important points, and then discuss those points in the speaker notes of each slide. PowerPoint presentation must be at least 12 slides in length (not counting the title and reference slides). Required to use a minimum of three peer-reviewed