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Strategic Planning for Executives

Course Code:       MHC-303 Delivery Type:   Classroom
Course Length :   .5 Day Price:                Onsite Only
 
Who Should Attend

Appropriate attendees for this course are those students who are or will be members of the study team conducting the SBSP. The team members should consist of key functional personnel and information systems managers, led by a top management representative. It is also recommended that the executive sponsor attend this training with the team.
 
How You Will Benefit

This course has been developed to train personnel working in an organization, currently in the process of identifying its information requirements. The Strategic Business Systems Planning (SBSP) course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of the techniques necessary to conduct a comprehensive study to identify an organization's current and projected requirements for information. A participant in this course will benefit greatly through:

  • Hands-on approach to learning (with many group discussions and case exercises)
  • Latest on Information Technology Planning policy and strategy (including an overview of the Clinger-Cohen Act)
  • Up-to-date reference/course materials
  • Apply a proven, structured approach to Strategic Business Systems Planning
  • Presenters with actual experience in the area of Strategic Business Systems Planning

 
What You Will Cover

This course provides an in-depth look at the various steps that make up the Strategic Business Systems Planning (SBSP) model and how they relate to the overall goal of identifying and planning for an organization's information requirements. Topics include:

  • Mission analysis (strategic planning)
  • How to identify and define organizational processes, information classes, and data entities
  • How to integrate these components into a workable information model, and eventually an information architecture.
  • An introduction to techniques used to analyze collected data, preparing the report, and what follow-up actions are necessary, including an overview of IDEF activity and data modeling.

 
 
 
   

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