Introducing GIS for Business in Higher Education

Introducing GIS for Business in Higher Education

David Gadish (California State University - Los Angeles, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/jicte.2006040106
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Abstract

Schools of business can benefit from adoption of geographic information systems (GIS). A brief overview of GIS technology is presented along with an example showcasing how it can be presented in a business school. GIS benefits for business schools, their students, and faculty are discussed. A comprehensive approach for promoting such spatial thinking is presented. The goal is to empower faculty to adopt GIS for their research and teaching, producing a large number of business school graduates that can promote spatial thinking in their organizations.

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