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Enterprise Systems Education: Where are We? Where are We Going?
Integrating SAP R/3 into a College of Business curriculum: Lessons learned
The problems encountered by California State University Chico in implementing the SAP ERP system and the approaches taken to overcome these problems are presented. Expand
Service Oriented Architecture: Challenges for Business and Academia
This paper defines SOA, discusses how SOA relates to business process management, and provides an illustration of enterprise SOA applied in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) environment. Expand
Incorporating Virtual Teamwork Training into MIS Curricula
Virtual teamwork is defined as teamwork conducted via CMC regardless of team members' geographical location, which indicates that a distributed team will almost certainly need to engage in virtual teamwork to complete its team goal, and a collocated team may also need to engaging in some amount of virtual teamwork. Expand
Program Assessment: Getting to a Practical How-To Model
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International's assurance of learning (AoL) standards require that schools develop a sophisticated continuous-improvement process.Expand
Is business process integration feasible?
From the case study, it appears that EAI can easily integrate the business processes when it is combined with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Expand
Market Power of ERP Education - An Investigative Analysis
The conclusion is that at CSU Chico there is significant market power which accrues to students graduating with extensive ERP skills, and hence, from a student employment or market power perspective, the ERP curriculum has been a success. Expand
Project Progress Tracking Template — Using a Repeatable GSS Process to Facilitate Project Process Management
The study results indicate that use of a GSS template can facilitate project progress tracking by providing structural support for team interaction and serving as an electronic repository or permanent memory of team interaction. Expand
A comparison of team developmental stages, trust and performance for virtual versus face-to-face teams
It is confirmed that trust is important to team performance for both virtual and face-to-face teams, and higher trust teams do tend to perform better. Expand