Plymouth Graduate School of Management
Information Administration: Assessment Aspect 1 . 2
Module Staff (Information Management)
Dr Festus Oderanti
festus. [email protected] ac. uk
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Module Aims and Learning Results
To enable participants to:
Evaluate the principles and practice of qualitative and quantitative exploration methods within a business context; Critically measure the need for and provision of information within the venture; Make powerful use of modern IT equipment for the effective support of business information and research.
At the end of a component the learner will be anticipated to be able to:
To be able to develop a structured approach to examining business challenges; Be able to acquire the relevant Qualitative and Quantitative Data applying primary and secondary data including electronic digital sources. In order to analyse and interpret quantitative and qualitative data employing relevant methods. Have the ability to apply the techniques to a range of management decision situations Understand and apply the principles and uses of information systems to support management functions; Measure the concepts and implications than it outsourcing, downsizing and secureness; Evaluate the ideas and significance of Information Managing & Expertise Management have in an organisation. IMPORTANT DETECT
This schoolwork accounts for 40% of the module mark. The deadline intended for submission is 3pm about Wednesday nineteenth November, 2014. ALL HOMEWORK MUST BE SUMITTED ONLINE THROUGH MOODLE ahead of 3pm. This can be a group job (between 3 to 5 students) and members from the crew are expected to participate.
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