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Department Business and Economics

Business IT-Case Studies

Module: WI V: Business Informatics V
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Richard Lackes / Sören Aguirre Reid
Scope / Credits: 4 SWS / 7,5 Credits
Course type: Case study
Language: English
Date and place: Monday 2 pm - 6 pm, M827 (Mathetower)
Beginning: Introductory event on 09.04.2024 at 10 am in Pool 134 in the Mathetower
Exam: Project work / Presentation

Content overview

The content spectrum of business informatics as an interface between the individual disciplines of economics is broad. Business informatics is characterized in particular by the high dynamics of new developments in both technical and application areas. In the seminar, therefore, current trends, not only but especially in business informatics, will be addressed and worked through in individual and group sessions. The focus is on the effects that modern information and communication technologies have on the various business areas. Not only the advantages resulting from the innovations will be examined, but also the problem areas resulting from an unreflective application of technical innovations.

In this course you will work in small groups on international case studies in the field of business informatics. The course will be held in English.

Learning objectives

Ability to independently familiarize oneself with previously unknown topics. To acquire analytical skills for a critical and unbiased assessment of technologies, innovations, entrepreneurial situations, etc. with regard to different perspectives.

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