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Curso: Mestrado em Administração Área de Concentração: Gestão Organizacional Linha de Pesquisa: Tecnologia da Informação e Marketing Disciplina: Administração de Sistemas de Informação Créditos: 03 Professor: Dr. Carlo Gabriel Porto Bellini OBJETIVOS Apresentar o aluno aos fundamentos da área de Sistemas/Tecnologia da Informação evolução histórica, conceitos, teorias, tendências, desafios e aspectos metodológicos. Viabilizar ao aluno experiências de apresentação oral e mediação de discussões temáticas em Sistemas/Tecnologia da Informação, bem como acesso a diretórios de dados internacionais. CONTEÚDO Epistemologia, pesquisa e validação de instrumentos em SI/TI Abordagem sociotécnica em SI/TI Modelo de Aceitação da Tecnologia (TAM) adoção e resistência Alinhamento TI-negócios, mudança organizacional e burocracia Paradoxo da produtividade e retorno sobre investimento em TI Qualidade de produtos e serviços de SI/TI Sucesso de sistema de informação satisfação do usuário e outros construtos Terceirização em SI/TI (projetos, serviços, etc.) Inclusão digital e redes sociais virtuais Melhores práticas e gestão de projetos de SI/TI Competências do profissional de SI/TI MÉTODO Aulas expositivas conduzidas pelo professor, e seminários individuais dos alunos com textos sorteados no dia da aula, bem como dois debatedores de apoio. Interação extraclasse por meio de correio eletrônico e sítio Web. Avaliação individual por meio de: Presença e assiduidade. [1,0 ponto] Observação da participação/discussão em aula. [1,0 pontos] Seminário individual sobre conteúdo programático. [3,0 pontos] Localização e distribuição de artigos aos colegas, na seguinte modalidade: cada aluno deverá fornecer aos colegas cinco artigos (impressos ou em PDF) publicados no ano corrente a respeito do(s) tema(s) de seu(s) seminário(s). Os periódicos aceitos são os incluídos no portal Periódicos Capes (http://www.periodicos.capes.gov.br). [1,0 ponto] Artigo teórico-empírico (em dupla). [4,0 pontos; ou 2,0 pontos caso haja prova] Prova objetiva individual. [2,0 pontos, caso seja aplicada] REFERÊNCIAS Tema: epistemologia, pesquisa e validação de instrumentos em SI/TI BANKER, R.D. The evolution of research on IS: A fiftieth-year survey of the literature in Management Science. Management Science, v. 50, n. 3, 2004, pp BELLINI, C.G.P.; PEREIRA, R.C.F.; BECKER, J.L. Measurement in software engineering: From the roadmap to the crossroads. International Journal of Software Engineering & Knowledge Engineering, v. 18, n. 1, 2008, pp BOUDREAU, M.-C.; Gefen, D.; STRAUB, D.W. 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