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ITM 301 Complete Module Discussions Latest-Trident

ITM 301 Complete Module Discussions Latest-Trident

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ITM 301 Module 1 Discussion Latest-Trident

Knowledge Sharing Tools

We live in an information age when infinite quantities of facts are widely available to anyone who can use a computer. We all now have the difficult task to compete in this information age where knowledge sharing within an organization could make a difference.

In your first posting, you are expected to provide one example of some kind of information technology tool that helps organizations share knowledge. Here you have a website that could give you some examples. http://www.kstoolkit.org/KSTools Describe the knowledge sharing tool and discuss its benefits.

In your second posting, comment on the different knowledge sharing tools presented by your classmates and compare and contrast at least two with yours. Highlight the ability to share knowledge.

ITM 301 Module 2 Discussion Latest-Trident

Decision Making and Information Politics

As IT applications become more reutilized all across the board, one of the interesting features are the occasional employees who know more than the IT staff about some critical thing, often many of them. Communication between staff and IT then becomes much more complicated, because the balance of power between the two groups based on the dependence of staff on IT for help and support breaks down. While there is certainly nothing wrong with knowledge about technology it can lead to mixed messages, confused goals, feelings of lack of appreciation and lack of support, and generally less than effective maintenance of IT across-the-board. We certainly don’t want to discourage our staff from acquiring technical knowledge, but we also don’t want them to use that knowledge as a political weapon against IT’s control of IT. Or do we? Maybe it’s a good thing to have a level of stress between staff and IT if it serves to keep both groups on their toes and trying to outdo each other.

At any rate, user support isn’t just looking after the least technological staff; increasingly, it’s also providing for the power users, and those who would be power users. Have you had any experience with this knowledge-based tension between staff and IT? Even if you haven’t, can you see how it could be a problem? What should we be doing about it?

We’ll be interested in your ideas here.

(Note: Students are STRONGLY encouraged to respond to each others posts and to ask each other questions based on their posts. Obviously, the earliest posters will have to respond to the “seed” question to get the discussion started. But subsequent posters should read through all the previous responses and can respond to something in a previous post rather than the “seed” question. For example, if you have had a similar problem as a previous poster or disagree with a point that a previous poster made, you can respond directly to the previous poster and get credit for participating in the discussion.)

ITM 301 Module 3 Discussion Latest-Trident

Network Computing

Identify some commercial tools that allow users to conduct browsing, communication, and collaboration simultaneously.

Explain why the topic of group work and its support has gotten increased attention.

ITM 301 Module 4 Discussion Latest-Trident

Mobile E-Commerce

Discuss the major limitations of mobile E-commerce. Which of them are likely to disappear? Why is the electronic job market so popular, especially among the high-tech professions?

ITM 301 Module 4 Reflective Discussion Latest-Trident

Given the readings and assignments in the course, identify and briefly discuss two important concepts from this course that are applicable to your degree.

You can also include here any comments and suggestions about this course that you would like to highlight.

Thank you for your reflections! They help us all for continuous assessment and improvement of the learning experience.