|1.||Deduce and analyse business information requirements related to ERP systems;|
|2.||Assess and use various information gathering techniques for eliciting user requirements and system expectations;|
|3.||Professionally demonstrate navigation and access to information in an ERP system to assist decision making;|
|4.||Evaluate the essential functionality of ERP systems within varied, specialised contexts;|
|5.||Critically review the potential impacts of ERP implementations;|
|6.||Interpret and critique future trends of ERP systems and associated technologies to address the increasingly complex and evolving environments of businesses in local and global settings; and,|
|7.||Concisely advocate and justify professional judgements to a variety of audiences through diagnosis of complex problems, illustrating evidence-based decision making.|
|Presentation||Group class presentation on allocated theory topics||20%|
|Exercise||Game simulation on Sales and Distribution||20%|
|Research Paper||Group Research Paper||30%|
Integrated Business Processes with ERP Systems,
Magal, S & Wood J 2012,
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