BCO1102 - Information Systems for Business
|1.||Map the process interactions between various organisational functional structures annotating how fundamental business processes including Sales and Distribution, Procurement, Fulfilment and Manufacturing Management generate information;|
|2.||Investigate how information is distributed and used within an organisation;|
|3.||Articulate how contextual analysis informs personal interpretations or conceptualisations of relatively complex business process modelling problems;|
|4.||Analyse how an information system is used to support business process improvement; and|
|5.||Develop and present the models and clear, coherent documentation necessary to support a business process, to meet the business and cultural requirements of a specified organisation.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Presentation||Group Presentation - Business Processes Theory||20%|
|Assignment||Business Process Modelling||25%|
|Assignment||Business Process Application||15%|
|Assignment||Business Processes Theory||25%|
|Assignment||Business Process Application||20%|
|Assignment||Business Process Modelling||15%|
Processes, Systems & Information Global Edition VitalSource eText (2ed.)
McKinney, E. H., & Kroenke, D. M. (2014).
USA: Pearson Higher Ed.
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