BCO1102 - Information Systems for Business
|1.||Analyse the administrative and strategic value of a Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) as relevant to local and multinational/global organisations;|
|2.||Review issues relating to the analysis, implementation and maintenance of HRIS's and their subsequent level of use in contemporary business settings;|
|3.||Demonstrate the use of SAP HCM, in relation to the effective management of human resource information;|
|4.||Collaborate effectively in a team environment with responsibility and accountability for own learning and professionally-appropriate practice, demonstrating initiative and judgement to develop creative HR system solutions; and|
|5.||Articulate ethical, socially and culturally responsible HRIS solutions to contemporary 21st century problems by communicating recommendations effectively, orally, visually, and in writing.|
|Other||Literature Review and Discussion||10%|
|Project||Group Research Project||30%|
|Test||Practical Test using ERP-HR software.||20%|
Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions,
Kavanagh, M.J. & Thite, M. 2011
Sage, Los Angeles,
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