Management Information Systems

$3,500.00$9,500.00

Professional. Accelerated. Experiential. Workshop Module, Hands-on

Management Information Systems Course (MIS Course)
Management Information Systems Best Practices

Course Methods:Experiential Training, Workshop Method and Real World Project Work
Course Venue:Berne in Switzerland
Course Duration:10 days (Classroom. Workshop, and Project Work; all interwoven)
Course Times:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Course Dates:See Course Calendar
Course Fees:$ 9,500.- On-Site and $ 3,500.- Online
Group Discounts:10% for 5-8 delegates. 15% for 9-12 delegates, 20% discount per Person for 13 and more delegates. Maximum class size is 16
Other Course Options: Contact us for course topics and duration customization.
Available online and on-site for a group of 8 or more delegates.
The Advantage:Training Certificate, Globally Applicable Training Excellence

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Course Audience
  • Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) Team: IT operations managers, IT engineering & development managers, MIS managers, Telecom managers, infrastructure managers, application managers, IT support managers, network managers, entrepreneurs, project managers, and IT management consultants.
  • Note: This training course is designed for government and corporate professionals. We do not accept students seeking initial employment, postsecondary education or initial licensing programs
Course Objectives
  • Provide 360° view of the information technology (IT) management function to identify potential management blind spots and improvement areas
  • Discuss IT management insights from the world’s most successful CIOs
  • Learn how to analyze, plan, and implement IT strategies using IT management and e-business frameworks, best practices, and decision making models
  • Offer experiential analysis of the challenges of CIOs, CTOs and their IT teams in implementing the IT strategies, architectures and systems
  • Develop work-based IT initiatives based on a set of issues, resources and business environment
  • Cover the “know-how” to manage enterprise-wide management information systems (MIS)
  • Create a practical framework for planning and controlling enterprise information systems
  • Explore MIS subsystems and technologies including hardware, software and networking
  • The course emphasizes IT management decision-making. It does not cover in- depth technology engineering or programming topics
Training Focus
  • Develop the core information systems management skills and competencies. The core competencies include MIS / IT knowledge, planning, control, problem-solving and communication.
Training Model
  • Real-World Experience and Workshop Learning Model
  • 25% theory and 30% Workshop, and 40% Experimental Project Work
Key Course Modules
  • Role of the CIO
  • Top CIO Questions
  • Assessing CIO’s Performance
  • MIS – Your IS vs. Industry Best Practices
  • IT Management Systems
  • Enterprise IT Architecture
  • IT Project Management
  • IT Service Management
  • IT Governance
  • IT Business Management
  • IT Management Framework
Key Concepts & Best Practices
  • Top (CIO) Chief Information officer questions and challenges
  • IT Management Best Practices: Capability Maturity Model (CMM). IT Service Overview of IT project management. Total Costs of Ownership (TCO).
  • An overview of Enterprise Information Systems: PCs, Servers and Peripherals. Operating systems (OS). Office Applications. Communication Systems (Voice, Video and Data). Internet. VoIP. Web 2.0. E-commerce (B2C, B2B and C2C), E-Business. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP). Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Supply Chain Management (SCM). Accounting Information Systems (AIS). Knowledge Management System (KMS). Content Management System (CMS). Management Information Systems Best Practices
  • An overview of Leading IT vendors: SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, Cisco, EMC, HP, and IBM
Training Course Customization Subjects
  • Overview of MIS and enterprise IT architecture
  • Planning, designing, building, and managing IT systems
  • Information technology infrastructure management tools
  • Information systems management best practices
  • Summary of IT project management
  • General discussion of industry leading IT products
Courseware Content

The management training courseware includes the following:

  • Participant’s coursework and assessment project guide
  • Executive summary of the subject matter:
    • Summary of essential concepts and MIS/IT management best practices
    • Examples and case studies
  • MIS/IT management toolkit (management frameworks, decision models, checklists, etc.)
  • Experiential work-based assessment project
  • Online resources for the completion of the experiential assessment project
Performance Evaluation (Optional)
  • Performance will be evaluated on the basis of individual or team project deliverables
  • Candidates can complete customized experiential work-based projects such as developing a relevant analysis document, management strategy, action plan or a senior management presentation
  • The course advisor will review the deliverables and provide improvement feedback
  • The evaluation is a form of management consulting and experiential coaching for performance improvement