INLS 285 -- Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness - Fall 2010

Instructor: Deborah Barreau, Ph.D
Office: 206 Manning Hall
Extension: 966-5042
Email: barreau(at)email(dot)unc(dot)edu

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This course covers basic concepts in the way that information, people and technology interact to affect organizational effectiveness. Principles of problem solving, team work, leadership, and organizational change/innovation are discussed. The unique contributions of and interactions among information-related units within large organizations are explored and roles for technology are investigated.