Module Management Information Systems courses - 7th Semester

701_3 Project Management SBC 3 2 150,0 6,0
702_3 Enterprise Resource Planning and Management (ERP) SC 3 2 150,0 6,0
703_3 Management Information Systems SC 4 1 150,0 6,0
  TOTAL / WEEK   10 5 450,0 30,0


Project Management

The familiarity of the students with basic concepts involving elements of operations management, project scheduling and solution of problems related to the implementation of business decisions and processes. Also a detailed description of methodologies of scheduling and streamlining tasks or of mechanized activities of project construction on the basis of the optimal allocation of human and financial resources, or the acceleration of work. Lattice programming and technique of lattice diagram construction, cruise control operation of project with the lattice diagram. Gant charts, optimizing time, cost and resources. Introduction to the Project Management. Tour project. Estimated cost. Contractor selected. Project control. Administrative skills. Managed risk.


Enterprise Resource Planning and Management (ERP)

Concept and philosophy of business resources management, Business functions and processes, relations and dependencies between business functions, the role of information systems in processes and basic functions of an enterprise, ERP systems structure, technologies, client / server architecture, Integrating business applications, Supply Chain Management, Restructuring business processes - BPR, Lifecycle of ERP systems, Selection - Qualification - Supply of ERP systems, installation and customization of ERP systems, ERP implementation case study systems in enterprises of various industries and sizes. Use and operation of ERP system.


Management Information Systems

Concept and definition of management information systems in modern business. Structure and analysis framework. Relation between information systems and management. Data technology. Processing data. Organization data. Analysis and design of systems, applications. Evaluation and strategic planning of information systems. Basic concepts of Management Information Systems (MIS). Structure of Management Information System (MIS). Setting the MIS. Methodology and development of MIS procedures. Analysis of cases. Applications, risks. Test and evaluation of MIS. Issues of communication and human relationships in MIS. Competitive advantages. Greek reality. Analysis of cases. Strategic planning for the operation and MIS.