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Transcript of C-SMI15_S1
Note on Rules
Strategic Information Management
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Introduction of Concepts
In-class example analysis
Positioning & Definition
Why this Course?
Multidisciplinary (high-level) Team
ESC “Toolkit” (Moodle Platform/ GEM Library Resources http://prezi.com/vuj0omuvivkg/ressources-bibliotheque/),
On-line ESC course (Moodle),
Professional databases (finance, technology, etc.),
Internet Sources Management: Zotero (Firefox), Diigo, Pearltrees…
RSS flow readers: Netvibes, Feedreader, Google Reader, Yahoo Pipes…
Intro to SMI
Sequence & Progression
Learn how to manage information efficiently to facilitate decision making
Short-term benefits: both theoretical and practical approach to information management. To be used during your whole curriculum at GEM.
Mid- and Long-Term benefits: useful know-how for your future career as managers (information watch programming, strategic information management, etc.)
Strengthen your information autonomy (data collection, analysis, dissemination) and your critical sense...
Pierre DAL ZOTTO
Géraud de MONTABERT
Short Introduction to SMI
Head, Partnership Division, BDT, ITU
Doctor of Business Administration, Grenoble Ecole of Management. Thesis on Spam.
Head, School of Business & Technology, Webster University Geneva & Associate Faculty, GEM
Poet & Novelist
Tango Dancer & DJ
Contact: Fernando.Lagrana@grenoble-em.com - +41 79 599 14 10
Take a few minutes to introduce yourself and let us know about your projects
Know information sources (white/grey sources, databases, RSS flows, press, etc.)
Get an introduction to informational synthesis and to the formulation of strategic recommendations
Get used to information management tools (heuristic maps, RSS flows referencing and aggregators, etc.)
Learn methods to collect, select and evaluate/analyze information
Intro & Methodology
Watch & Analysis
Punctual Research and Analysis
Participation & Punctuality
Absence & Catch-up
Question: What are we talking about?
Tools: Your own brain and knowledge!
Process: Make group of 3 or 4. Try to devise a definition of the notion of strategic management of information
Timing: 5 minutes
With the globalization of our economic system and associated uncertainties, public and private organizations are facing major issues.
Undertsand uncertainties associated with political changes
INTRO TO SMI
Understand the complexity and the impact of economic antagonism
Master & deploy strategies in highly competitive environments
The Strategic Management of Information (SMI) is
which objective is
, legal and socially responsible
of the information resources of an organization
in its strategic environment
Definition & Approach
Know the theoretical core competences and the main methodological keys in strategic management of information…
Identify the various sources of information (available channels, media and tools, their assets and limitations)…
Model a watch plan (from the statement of requirements to the implementation of the data collection planning)…
Assess information (process information, from its “technical” assessment to the content analysis)…
Draft an executive summary and associated pertinent recommendations…
COMPLETE YOUR STUDY
Definition & Approach
SMI includes the development of existing skills as well as the acquisition of new skills in terms of knowledge, know-how, and behavior, in the fields of:
Management and Strategy;
SMI includes methods and techniques for the
collection, processing, analysis of multidimensional information,
as well as new communication methods, adapted to new media.
Gert H. N. Laursen, Jesper Thorlund, Business Analytics for Managers: Taking Business Intelligence Beyond Reporting, Wiley and SAS Business Series, 2010
Efraim Turban, Ramesh Sharda, Dursun Delen & David King, Business Intelligence, (2nd Edition), Pearson, 2011
The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit : Expert Methods for Designing, Developing, and Deploying Data Warehouses, Wiley, 1998
Karen Hartman, Ernest Ackermann, Searching and Researching on the Internet and the World Wide Web, Franklin, Beedle and Associates, 2010
Robert Galliers, Doroty E. Leidner, Strategic information management: challenges and strategies in managing information systems , London, Routledge, 2009.
: implement collectively the methodology and the strategic analytic tools…
Getting information regarding jobs in a selected company… Should this be t
research strategic (pertinent) information (bu
mpany, key contacts, etc.) regarding your future potential job on the basis of the information distributed during the module and within the industrial sector selected by your team (e.g. TD)
Tools: GEM “Toolkit” (Template “GEM Library Resources” and SMI course)
Working Groups e.g. Teams
What is the strategic context (of this industry)?
What are the key technologies?
How does France position itself in this industry?
What about Rhône-Alpes?
Who are the main actors in the field?
Select a target company within the assigned industry segment
Find fundamental (topical) information
Assess its strategic positioning
Identify the most pertinent individual contact within the target entity (e.g. the one who should receive your application)
Draft a short bio
Assess his/her positioning (within the entity)
Draft an approach protocol/scenario
For Next Class
Identify your Team and inform FL
Decide on Industry Segment
Create a list of 10 companies in your industry segment. Give it to FL.
Create your BIO on Freemind. Post it on M
Read as much as you can on
CV on FREEMIND
Get to know how to use Freemind
Freemind, To be downloaded from http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Download
Create a CV/short bio
or next Session
(CV Gaëlle GARIBALDI)
It should look like this:
Photo: Michel Oniger