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GIMI Study Programme: Advanced ICT Management on Trends and Strategies
Start Date: Jun 20, 2013
End Date: Jul 01, 2013
Venue: Galilee International Management Institute (GIMI)
Description: Introduction
The Galilee International Management Institute “Advanced ICT Management: Trends and Strategies” programme was initiated in recognition of world-wide interest among senior management in public and private sectors to enhance the decision making process in acquiring and operating advance information systems.

Every enterprise is a complex set of business processes which depend on an appropriate information system.  The success or failure of an organisation depends greatly on the ability of senior management to acquire the right system, build the right team for maintenance and the ability to enhance their employee’s capabilities to use the system effectively to operate the business and make better informed decisions.

Objectives of the Training Programme
The programme aims to equip participants with both advanced managerial techniques and specialised knowledge; to increase their capacity for innovative planning and implementation of modern information and communication systems; and to improve their strategic-thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills.

Seminar Participants
The programme is designed for senior ICT managers in the public and private sectors who are responsible for the acquisition and management of the information and communication systems of their organisations.

Course Methodology
Internationally known Israeli experts will address participants. Lectures will be supplemented by best-practice case study analyses, group discussions and workshops. Participants will visit a variety of organisations to see firsthand implementation of a mixture of modern information and communication systems. Meetings will be held with senior personnel.

Programme Description
Factors affecting a successful implementation of information systems.
  •  Careful analysis of the organisation’s business processes
  •  Knowledge of the available technologies and choosing the right system for your organisation
  •  Enhance the decision making process
  •  Building a solid development and maintenance team
  •  Training of all levels of employees and senior management
Curriculum
The study programme includes the following subjects:
  •  Telecommunications, the Internet and Networking Technologies
  •  Foundations of Business Intelligence
  •  IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies
  •  IT - Project Management
  •  IT - Development - Building Information Systems
  •  Analysis Databases (OLAP)
  •  Executive Use of Excel 2010
  •  Data Warehouse
  •  IT and E-Governance
  •  Fundamentals of IT Policies & Procedures
  •  IT for Local Governments
  •  Relational Databases and ETL Processes
  •  Enterprise Applications
  •  Cloud Computing Strategies and Technology
  •  Managing Knowledge
  •  Securing Information Systems
  •  E-Business
  •  Choosing Information Systems
  •  Enhancing Decision Making
  •  IT Organisational Maturity and Readiness
  •  Evaluating and Enhancing Organisational IT Performance

Documents

Study Tours
  •  ERP at a Higher Education Institute
  •  ERP and/or CRM Systems at a renowned private company
  •  High Tech Companies
  •  MIS Department
  •  ICT in Government
Please Note: The above curriculum/study tour outline is intended as a guide only. The sequence of course offerings is subject to change at the discretion of the administration.

Contact
Programme Director
E-mail: info@galilcol.ac.il
Phone: 972 4 642 8888
Fax: 972 4 651 4811
Website: http://www.galilcol.ac.il/courses/course/61/ICT.html
Created By: DPADM/UNDESA
Organizers: Galilee International Management Institute (GIMI)
Participation Requirements: Open

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