Module 3 Understanding the Context (Ecosystem) of Information Management Posted on: Sunday, September 6, 2020 11:08:00 PM EDT Good Sunday evening.
Check out this article and look for others on the cyberattacks between Israel and Iran.
Module 3 increases our understanding of the current state of IM and IT; shifts our focus to some of the leading-edge applications of IM/IT in public sector services; and triggers thinking about how we can engage IM/IT stakeholders to enhance public policy and services. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to: Discus existing challenges in IM/IT.
Explain how IM/IT can make a difference, e.g. Smart Cities, Smart Transportation, Smart Parking, TeleHealth, Work From Home, etc. use cases. Identify who the primary stakeholders in IM/IT are–and why they should become our best colleagues if we want to make a difference in public policy and services.
Evaluate how a partnership with the IM/IT leaders and stakeholders is critical to your ‘success’ or effectiveness in public policy and public services.
This article by Travis Bradberry is just a helpful reminder to put away our technology when meeting someone. Important note: use the resources above plus additional articles, blogs, and other pertinent content for a total of 15 sources. Deliverable:
Research Paper 2 Basics of IT/IM Answer and discuss the following:
Part 1: Who are the major stakeholders in public sector IM and IT in general and specifically where you work now (or will work in the future)?
Part 2: Why are those stakeholders critical to your ‘success’ or effectiveness in your public service (current or future)?
Part 3: How will you engage those stakeholders, earn their trust and build your credibility, and collaborate with them to enhance public sector services where you work now (or may work in the future)?
Synthesize the above with a Biblical model or principles of government and statesmanship. Attached is the rubric for evaluation and scoring. It will be helpful in reviewing against what you wrote to make sure not missing anything accidentally.
Overview This module increases our understanding of the current state of IM and IT; shifts our focus to some of the leading-edge applications of IM/IT in public sector services; and triggers thinking about how we can engage IM/IT stakeholders to enhance public policy and services.