The overall imperative of the Discipline of Business Information Systems is business innovation through the application of information technology to business processes. Our research and teaching is centred on the analysis and understanding of the entirety of an organisation's strategies, information management, decision-making and business processes and the subsequent innovation, improvement and broader business leadership through application of information technologies. Within this context, the Business Information Systems discipline has a strong research agenda with a commitment to practice-based, industry-relevant inquiry, with particular strengths in:
Research conducted by staff in the Discipline takes a multidisciplinary approach that emphasises the complex interrelationship of business information systems within their wider business, economic, institutional and social environments.
The Discipline has a vigorous postgraduate research program and offers the following research degrees:
The Postgraduate Research Coordinator for the Discipline of Business Information Systems is Uri Gal.
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