BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: INTRODUCTION • • • • • Introduction to Business Intelligence Turbulent business environment and organizations survival and in such an environment (solving problems and exploiting opportunities excellence) Need for computerized support of managerial decision making Business intelligence (BI) methodology and concepts and their relation to DSS Major issues in implementing business intelligence

2. DATA WAREHOUSING AND AQUISITIONS • • • • • • • • Basic definitions and concepts of data warehouses Data warehousing architectures Processes used in developing and managing data warehouses Data warehousing operations Role of data warehouses in decision support Data integration and the extraction transformation, and load (ETL) processes Real-time (active) data warehousing Data warehouse administration and security issues

3. BUSINESS AND DATA ANALYTICS • • • • • Business analytics (BA) and its importance to organizations Major BA methods and tools Online analytical processing (OLAP), data visualization, and Multidimensionality and decision making Advanced analysis methods Business Analytics and web

Aronson. DATA MINING FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS • • • • • • • • • Data mining and its objectives and benefits Different purposes and applications of data mining Different methods of data mining.Zuck: Knowing and Strategy Effy Oz: Management Information Systems . and Peng-Liang: Decision Support and Business Intelligence System Stair and Reynolds: Principles of Information Systems Stuart Barnes: Knowledge Management Systems S. BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT • • • • • Nature of business performance management (BPM) Closed-loop processes linking strategy to execution Best practices in planning and management reporting Difference between performance management and measurement Tools for BPM RECOMMENDED BOOKS Turban. especially clustering and decision tree models Use of some data mining software Process of data mining projects Data mining pitfalls and myths Text mining and its objectives and benefits Use of text mining in business applications Web mining and its objectives and benefits 5. Sharda.• Decision support system 4.Kelkar: Structured Systems Analysis & Design: A Concise Study M.A.H.

R. significance. Concepts and Tools Chaturvedi.STRATEGIC INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 1. SETTING THE TONE • Creativity in innovation • Design for Innovation 4. PROCESS OF INNOVATION MANAGEMENT • Innovation Process Management. Aseem Kumar. INTRODUCTION TO INNOVATION • • • Basic Concepts Innovation in Context: What is Innovation? Culture and climate for innovation: Macro to business unit level 2.Govindarajan: Breakthrough Innovations Allan Afuah: Strategic innovations STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING NETWORKED BUSINESSES 1.Seshadri: Innovation Management. & Rahul: Managing Innovations and New Product Development:Concepts & Cases Bertrand Bellon & Whittington: Competing Through Innovation V. and challenges • Actual process • Process learning 3. Need. SCM AND INNOVATION • Supply Chain Management and Innovation: Role significance and contribution of SCM for operational innovation 5.V. INFORMATION SYSTEM: . INFORMATION INPUTS AND INNOVATION • Knowledge Management and Learning for Innovation RECOMMENDED BOOKS HBR: HBR on Innovation Shlomo Maital & D.Strategies.

etc 4.• • • • Core concept Infrastructure Computer networks Database management 2. organizing work Business and IT mapping Information engineering: architecture. prototyping. application.S IMPLEMENTATION: CSF • • • Information systems success models CSFs for IS implementation Successful implementation through change management RECOMMENDED BOOKS Mahadeo Jaiswal & Mittal: Management Information System Effy Oz: Management Information Systems Andrew Tannenbaum : Computer Networks James F. INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT • • • Business system planning. and business effectiveness: linkages and management 5. I. development. Kurase: Computer Networking: A Top Down Approach Craig Zacker : Networking the Computer Systems . INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS EFFECTIVENESS • • Organizational performance and information system IT investment. INFORMATION SYSTEM • • • • Information systems for sales and marketing Information systems for HR Information systems for accounting & finance Enterprise Information systems 3.