Most Management Information Systems (MIS) careers in the future are likely to involve systems that operate internationally. Systems will be globally integrated, and many of today's students will have opportunities to participate in projects in other countries. Even those who remain in one country throughout their careers, however, will need to be aware of the differences in language and culture between areas of the world. The MIS curriculum is already overcrowded, so it is difficult for developers to include sufficient international content. This paper describes some techniques for embedding international content within existing courses in contrast to treating international information systems as a separate topic.
"Preparing MIS Students for a Global Economy,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 12
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jise/vol12/iss4/2
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