Ivey School of Business: The Doctoral Tracking Database Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Ivey School of Business: The Doctoral Tracking Database (case)

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RICHARD IVEY, a business school wants students to design a relational database. For that students are required to show their entity-relationship data model to test before finalizing. This database will be containing students (doing PhD) and their chosen course information. Director would prefer MICROSOFT ACCESS now and get rid traditional hard copied and computer file system. To perform this job well and to look at different causes and effects, examples of existing forms and currently maintained data are provided.

Issues talked about in this case are Information System Design (systems and designs).  Related industries include Information Systems.

Setting: CANADA, MEDIUM, 1997.

Audience: UNDERGRADUATES AND MBAs

Disciplines: INFORMATION SYSTEMS

The case is written by SID L. HUFF and DAVID KOLTERMANN and revised on 28TH JAN, 2010.

PAGES: 7

PUBLISHED: 19TH AUGUAST, 2010

SOURCE:  IVEY

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