|1.||Commentate upon and quantify salient issues in the changing business environment and critically reflect on how these modify the response of Business Process Engineering to achieve positive outcomes in such fluid environments;|
|2.||Deconstruct the relationships between actors, work flows, and objects in a business process;|
|3.||Investigate a business process through the framework of Event Controlled Process Chains and Business Process Modelling Notation;|
|4.||Emulate authentic decision-making by designing an effective organisational plan for a workflow and exhibit contemporary professional practice by implementing a workflow using SAP WebFlow;|
|5.||Debate the usefulness of automated workflows for monitoring and controlling business processes with reference to contemporary literature and professional practice; and|
|6.||Productively mediate processes in group activities and elucidate personal accountability and responsibilities for shared outcomes and collaboratively communicate complex concepts to specialist and non-specialist audiences.|
|Test||Progressive - 2 Tests in class||30%|
|Literature Review||Research Report||30%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment Part A: Design Process Models||20%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment Part B: Workflow Implementation||20%|
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