IT management today is challenged by fast technological change, new digital opportunities, growing cost pressure, and increasing business and regulatory requirements. IT management
needs to ensure that IT functions become much more agile, flexible and efficient than ever before. For a state-of-the-art IT management a solid know-how regarding
The lecture addresses key challenges that IT management is facing today and explains the capabilities and tools required to manage these challenges successfully. The concrete application of the lectured content will be explained using selected case studies. The lecture focuses on banking as one concrete industry example. The fundamental principles, however, can be applied across industries.
IS 512 (in spring semester: parallel attendance possible)
|Forms of teaching and learning
|Independent study time
|Form of assessment
|Written exam (60 min, 80%), case study (20%)
|Although IS 513 has no max. number of participants, an enrollment via the student portal is necessary for getting access to the course material. You will be directly admitted if you meet the requirements.
Prof. Dr. Armin Heinzl
Dr. Michael Grebe
|Frequency of offering
|Duration of module
|Range of application
|M.Sc. MMM, M.Sc. WiPäd, M.Sc. VWL, M.Sc. Wirt. Inf.
|Preliminary course work
|Program-specific Competency Goals
|Students will get a solid understanding of the following topics: