Business Information Systems

Course Code
TO 300
1.5 hours
  • Fall 21 (B)
  • Fall 22 (B)
  • Winter 22 (A)
  • Winter 22 (B)
  • Winter 23 (A)
  • Winter 23 (B)
(BBA sophomore or junior or senior) and ACC 300 and BA 200 and TO 301

Business Information Systems --- In keeping with AACSB guidelines, this course focuses on information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management. We will address such questions as: How do information systems influence organizational competitiveness? Why are technology infrastructures so important to modern organizations? What is the role of the Internet and networking technology in organizations? How do information systems enable organizational processes? How do organizations develop, acquire and implement information systems? What ethical, criminal and security issues do organizations face when using information systems? Students will acquire knowledge and skills in this area through discussion of articles selected from a variety of academic and business journals as well as several HBS cases.

Taught By
Nigel Melville
  • Associate Professor of Technology and Operations
Nigel Patrick Melville is an American sociotechnical scientist, associate professor of information systems at the University of Michigan’s Ross...
Vijay Pandiarajan
  • LEO Lecturer II of Technology and Operations
Vijay Pandiarajan, PhD Stephen M. Ross School of Business University of Michigan 701 Tappan St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234 Office Location: R4461 Phone...