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Question;Assignment OverviewEvery company has, to a greater or lesser extent, an information subsystem -- that is, a means by which it gathers data, interprets it, and makes it available to employees through a distribution system. Whether we are talking about marketing information, cost projections, accounting results, or internal quality reports, every company depends on knowledge to support its planning, decision making, and control.So how does knowledge fit into the picture? The emergence of the field called knowledge management in the last 10 years or so has highlighted some key propositions:All organizations are storehouses of knowledge that operate in information-rich environments made up of people and things both inside and outside the organization itselfOrganizations organize, interpret, and evaluate this information to solve organizational problemsKnowledge is the primary mechanism for processing and utilizing informationPeople's brains are the key knowledge resource of any organizationCodified knowledge stored in books, audio and video tapes, and computer systems can be an important knowledge resource as wellThere are organizational processes and strategies generally and IT management processes and strategies in particular that can significantly enhance the ability of organizations to use their knowledge resources to solve organizational problems effectivelySeveral of these themes will come up again in later modules in this course. But by way of introduction to the subject, let's take a look at some views of how knowledge works (these are the REQUIRED readings):Leonard, D., & Swap, W. (2005).The Knowledge Coach. HBS Working Knowledge. Retrieved from:http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/4562.htmlLevinson, M. (2007).Knowledge Management Definition and Solutions. Retrieved from:http://www.cio.com/article/print/40343Wiig, K.M. (N.D.) On The Management of Knowledge. The Wiig Group. Retrieved fromhttp://www.km-forum.org/wiig.htmCase AssignmentFor this case assignment (1) read through the three articles then (2) select any one IS theory listed at:http://istheory.byu.edu/wiki/Main_Pageand read about that theory in-depth, then (3) write a 3-4 page essay that discusses how data, information and knowledge are applicable in the context of that theory, or vise-versa. Be sure your discussion demonstrates that you understand the meanings and differences between data, information and knowledge. In your discussion give a real-world example of data, knowledge and information in the context of your theory and provide some commentary on that scenario as to what was done right, what could be better to achieve a better outcome.Assignment ExpectationsYour assignments will be graded following these expectations:Precision: the questions asked are answered.Clarity: Your answers are clear and show your good understanding of the topic.Breadth and depth: The scope covered in your paper is directly related to the questions of the assignment and the learning objectives of the module.Critical thinking: It is important to read the ?required readings? posted in the background material plus others you find relevant. Your paper should include important concepts from these readings and incorporate YOUR reactions and examples that illustrate your reflective judgment and good understanding of the concepts.Your paper is well written and the references are properly cited and listed (refer to TUI guidelineshttp://support.trident.edu/files/Well-Written-Paper.pdf)Your paper meets the page requirements not counting the cover page or the references pages.When your paper is done, send it in.SLPThe purpose of the Session Long Project in Trident University classes is to give you the opportunity to explore the applicability of the Module to your own life, work, and place in space and time, and to experiment with the Module to see how the otherwise academically rigorous presentation of a topic may, with more or less work and/or trauma, become "up close and personal". This is done in a number of different ways -- sometimes cumulative papers, sometimes practical hands-on experimentation with a tool of some sort, sometimes reflections on a place of work or life. The common thread is personal application, aimed at demonstrating a cumulative knowledge and understanding of the course's material.For this module, the Project will take the form of encounters with online Internet-based resources of various forms but with the purpose of identifying different types of information systems that are being used in the real world.Here you can find information about the different types of information systems available out there.Introduction to Information Systems. Retrieved from http://www.oum.edu.my/oum/v3/download/CBAD2103.pdf andhttp://www.freetutes.com/systemanalysis/types-of-information-system.htmlAfter reading the definitions and browsing these web sitesPC Magazine,http://www.pcmag.com/and CIO.com,http://www.cio.com/for real applications of information systmes, do the following:Please write a 2-3 page paper, structured as follows (please use these headings):Define an information system and types of information systemsProvide three examples of information systems used in real life (from your experience or from the sites you visited) and tell us what type of information systems they (for example, an information system used by a cashier in a grocery store is a transaction processing system because it registers all the transactions).How this is related to the learning objectives of this module?SLP Assignment ExpectationsYour assignment will be graded following these expectations:Precision: the questions asked are answered.Clarity: Your answers are clear and show your good understanding of the topic.Breadth and depth: The scope covered in your paper is directly related to the questions of the assignment and the learning objectives of the module.Applicability: once you complete the practical exercise, such as the visit to a web site or program testing, you correctly relate it to the theoretical concepts and the learning objectives of the module.Your paper is well written and the references are properly cited and listed (refer to TUI guidelineshttp://support.trident.edu/files/Well-Written-Paper.pdf)Your paper meets the page requirements not counting the cover page or the references pages.="margin-left:>

 

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