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Organisations and Workflow Systems

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 with Anabela Sarmento






short description:
Organisations and Worfklow Systems - How these systems work, their characteristics. How organisations change and how to manage it. How they manage knowledge and help organisational learning.
 
long description:
1. Information Systems
2. Technologies to support Collaborative Work
2.1. Worfklow
2.2. Groupware
3. Organizations - contingency factors in the adoption of a technology
4. Impact of Workflow Systems in organisations
5. Analysis of organisational change due to Workflow Systems
5.1. Models of Change
5.2. Framework of analysis
6. Case Studies

 
level of difficulty:
beginner
 
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5
 
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Organisations and Workflow Systems

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Organisations and Worfklow Systems - How these systems work, their characteristics. How organisations change and how to manage it. How they manage knowledge and help organisational learning.


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fee: 200US$  (2000lp)
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delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Anabela Sarmento



description of :
[I teach at a Polytechnic School in Portugal in the courses of Marketing and Management Assistance.
I did several conferences about topics related to business communication, workflow systems and other subjects related to enterprises.
I started a group of interest about Management, Organisations and Information Systems (MOISig).]
 
Teacher's qualifications:
[I have a license degree in Management Assistance, a Master degree in Science Education (Computers in Education) and am doing a PhD. in Information systems (Workflow Systems).
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's preferred teaching style:
[I prefer to use active methods. Learning occurs when students participate actively in the construction of their knowledge.
for that I usually start by provoking then, presenting then problems that we (i include myself) must solve. then, we start to develop strategies to find the best solutions.
However, there are moments when teacher must contextualise, present or develop a subject. In those occasions, I prefer to use Power point and make a presentation.
Methods always combine theory with practice. One without the other are not good.]
 



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