THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG DEPARTMENT OF DECISION SCIENCES AND MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Syllabus for DSME6940I: Enterprise Resource Planning Course: Lecturer: e-mail: Teacher Assistant (TA) email: Venue: DSME6940I 2nd term, 2018-2019 Dennis Wong [email protected] Ms, Cindy Lau, [email protected] Amber Room, MBA Town Center, BOC Tower 15 Dec: WMY_507, Wu Ho Man Yuen Building, CUHK Campus 5 Jan: CYT_203, Cheng Yu Tung Building, CUHK Campus 1. Course Description: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), a “business-driven” technology managing company-wide business processes. The topics include two aspects: enterprise resource planning system and the ERP project implementation issues. This course will introduce the concepts and application of ERP. The topics of enterprise systems will mainly focus on the enterprise value chain being linked by the core modules of an ERP. Finally, the ERP and beyond will address how the ERP be extended to Business Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI). Students are required to work on a group project. (4 – 6 members preferable) 2. Prerequisites: None. 3. Expected Outcomes: After completing the course, the student 1. will comprehend the concept / theory of Enterprise Resource Planning (Business-Driven Technology) 2. will be exposed to an enterprise system, particularly the modules within an ERP suite 3. will understand the issues for an ERP implementation 4. will apprehend the future trends of ERP 4. Textbook and references Suggested Textbook: Paige Baltzan, Business Driven Technology, 7th edition, McGraw-Hill Education David L. Olson, Managerial Issues of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, New York, NY. 5. Methods of Evaluating Outcomes: Class participation Unit Performance Check (MCQ) Report on Guest talk I or II Final Examination Project presentation and Report Total Individual Individual Individual Individual Group 5% 5% 10% 40% 40% 100% Report on Guest talk (10%) This assignment encourages students to have high level of participation for the guest talk by proactively preparing questions before the talk or during the Q&A section. The report is on individual basis and is limited to 5 pages. Since there will be guest talks on two lectures, you have the liberty to submit two reports and the report with high marks will be selected for evaluation. The content is related to the insights, inspirations and practical applications to your current job. Project presentation and Report (40%): - Details to be announced on week 3. Assignment / Group Projects Submission Policy and Procedures Procedure Action 1 Reminder for assignment submission in advance of 1 week TA 2 Assignment / Group Project submission (together with the Students / veriguide declaration) via email to TA and me Group 3 Receipt acknowledgement TA Important remarks: Late submission will be penalized 5% of the assignment total marks (late more than 1 week will not be accepted) Final Examination (40%) The examination is a comprehensive examination and is on individual basis. It is an OPEN BOOK and OPEN NOTES examination. All the materials covered in class are included. Sessi on Date 1 Dec 3 2 Dec 10 Dec 15 3 4 5 Dec 17 Jan 5 6 Jan 7 7 Jan 14 8 Jan 21 9 Jan 28 10, 11 Feb 11, 18 12 Feb 25 COURSE SCHEDULE Venue JOB DUE/Reading TOPICS Town Centre Unit 1: Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning “A problematic enterprise” Unit 2: Build an Business Case Town Discussion on the ERP Cost and Benefits Analysis Centre of the ERP in “A problematic enterprise” WMY Due: 3 questions per group post to Unit 3: Business Process Redesign the BI expert 507 Town Guest talk I: Business Intelligence and Analytics Centre CYT Unit 4: Value Chain 203 Town Centre Unit 5: Change Management Due: First ‘Guest Talk’ Report Town 3 questions per group post to the Centre Project Director Extra bonus: Group sharing on Town the future “Business-driven” Centre technology Unit 6: Implementing ERP Town Centre Town Project Report and PPT Centre Second ‘Guest Talk’ Report TBD Unit 7: Expanding ERP Guest talk II: (any 2 of the following) - Cyber-currency or FinTech or - Cyber Security or - Development projects of Banking application Presentation Week Final Examination Special attention Attention is drawn to University policy and regulations on honesty in academic work, and to the disciplinary guidelines and procedures applicable to breaches of such policy and regulations. Details may be found at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/policy/academichonesty/ . With each assignment, students will be required to submit a signed declaration that they are aware of these policies, regulations, guidelines and procedures. For group projects, all students of the same group should be asked to sign on the declaration. For assignments in the form of a computer-generated document that is principally text-based and submitted via VeriGuide, the statement, in the form of a receipt, will be issued by the system upon students' uploading of the soft copy of the assignment. Assignments without the receipt will not be graded by teachers. Only the final version of the assignment should be submitted via VeriGuide.