The Design of Information Systems

In this course, one will be learning economic, technical, operational and behavioural risks relating to information in organisations. One will also be learning about system analysis and design techniques that are appropriate to the organisational structure and requirements.

4 students enrolled

In this course, one will be learning economic, technical, operational and behavioural risks relating to information in organisations. One will also be learning about system analysis and design techniques that are appropriate to the organizational structure and requirements.

This unit will also cover how systems are sourced and / or designed that meet the organisation’s information requirements. For the last part of this unit, one will learn about Investigation and feasibility studies as well as the phases of the system development life cycle. One will also go over the system acquisition policies and the factors for success and failures in IT acquisition.

Session 1

1
Session 1: Introduction to Information Systems
1:37

Please download the Learner Guide attached, before starting the course.

2
Lesson 1: Role of Information
6:00
3
Lesson 2: Risks
8:25
4
Lesson 3: The Systems Development Life Cycle
2:26
5
Lesson 4: Management Systems
2:46
6
Assessment 1: The Role of Information
5 questions

Session 2

1
Session 2: Introduction to Information Systems
1:04
2
Lesson 1: Design Techniques
3:12
3
Lesson 2: Systems
6:10
4
Lesson 3: Communication Techniques
2:30
5
Assessment 2: Design of Information Systems
5 questions

Session 3

1
Session 3: Introduction to Feasibility
0:45
2
Lesson 1: Feasibility Analysis
3:53
3
Lesson 2: System Development Life Cycle
6:51
4
Lesson 3: IT Acquisition Process
5:49
5
Lesson 4: Success and Failure
2:54
6
Assessment 3: System Development Processes
5 questions

Be the first to add a review.

Please, login to leave a review
Get course
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

Includes

1 hour
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV

Contact your Instructor