IMS5052 : Enterprise Systems
There are characteristically no tutorials in the first week of semester.
The 2005 Tutorial schedule is shown below. This will vary for 2006.
Ensure that you are allocated to a tutorial by week 2 of the semester. Assignment topics will be distributed in tutorials.
However, Week 2 is a critical week for tutorials. Assignment groups will be formed and the major assignment topics will be distributed. You must be in attendance.
From week 7 until week 13 the tutorial sessions will comprise assesable presentations by groups, and Tutor facilitated discussion of the presentation topics. Every student's participation in the discussions is assessed. Attendance is therefore very much in your interests. The presentations and discussions contribute 20% of your total mark for the unit.
Tutorial Activities including Presentation and Report topics:
|Date - week commencing||Topic|
|28th February||No tutorials this week|
|7th March||Get-to-know and form groups of 3 members. Discussion of ERP basics|
|14th March||Discuss critique method using example|
|21st March||Processes and functions|
|28th March||Easter - mid semester break|
|4th April||Critique 1 due Background Knowledge|
|18th April||Presentation and report topic: Business Process Integration and ERP|
|25th April||Critique 2 due. Presentation and report topic: Managing organisational change as a result of ERP implementation|
|2nd May||Presentation and report topic: Critical success factors for an ERP implementation|
|9th May||Presentation and report topic: Deriving business value from ERP implementation|
|16th May||Presentation and report topic: Evaluating the success or failure of an ERP initiative|
|23rd May||Presentation and report topic: Implications for ERP in Supply Chain Management|
|30th May||Presentation and report topic: ERP architecture, framework and infrastructure|
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