COMP 7880: E-Business Strategies
Spring 2013 (Last update: Jan 17, 2013.)

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Course Description (Academic Calendar)

E-business offers real and abundant opportunities for small, medium, and large companies throughout the world. However, success in business rarely happens without strategy. This course exposes students to contemporary management thinking, methods, and strategies necessary to effectively build and manage e-business systems. Using a combination of lectures, case studies and discussions, in-class assignments, and term project, this course aims to: (1) introduce students to the fundamental concepts and approaches of strategic management, (2) provide students with a comprehensive framework for understanding the business models and strategies for e-business, and (3) prepare students to be active participants in formulating and implementing e-business strategies for organizations.

Course Aims (Academic Calendar)

This course exposes students to contemporary management thinking, methods, and strategies necessary to effectively build and manage e-business systems. Using a combination of lectures, case studies and discussions, in-class assignments, and term project, this course aims to; (1) introduce students to the fundamental concepts and approaches of strategic management, (2) provide students with a comprehensive framework for understanding the business models and strategies for e-business, and (3) prepare students to be active participants in formulating and implementing e-business strategies for organizations.

Learning Outcomes (Department syllabus)

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Assessment

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Course Materials (To be updated)

Previous Best Student Course Papers from related course accepted for publication (selected):
See COMP7580 webpage.

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Digital Libraries

Paper Writing

Online Dictionary: www.webster.com, www.dictionary.com, cdict.net

UML fun: pdf

Distributed OO Programming: ppt

Basic Internet Security: ppt