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Service Oriented Architecture: Challenges for Business and Academia
- Amelia Maurizio, James Sager, Peter Jones, G. Corbitt, L. Girolami
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii…
- 7 January 2008
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.
Teaching with Enterprise Systems
Advice about teaching with enterprise systems at the undergraduate and graduate levels within the IS curriculum and across management and engineering curricula is provided by five professors from five different schools that together have many years of experience in teaching with SAP or with the Oracle e-business suite.
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.
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.
Project Progress Tracking Template — Using a Repeatable GSS Process to Facilitate Project Process Management
- Fang Chen, R. Briggs, G. Corbitt, J. Nunamaker, James Sager, S. C. Gardiner
- EngineeringProceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii…
- 4 January 2006
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.
An Application of Focus Theory to Project Management Processes
- Fang Chen, J. Nunamaker, R. Briggs, G. Corbitt, James Sager, S. C. Gardiner
- 1 September 2014
The study indicated that a collaborative template helped structure status reporting activity and provided a permanent record of project status for future reference, and it was efficient and effective for team leaders to prepare topics for project status meetings by using the template.
Train to Work Effectively in Virtual Environments: A Framework of Virtual Team Competency
A fourdimension framework for virtual teamwork training: Goal, Process, People and Technology is proposed.
Desktop virtual reality and electronic commerce: an empirical study of the impact of realism and perspective on usage intentions
The Effects of Using a Tablet PC on Teaching and Learning Processes
The Tablet PC approach appears to accommodate multiple learning styles and facilitates a higher level of interactive learning if properly used.
Incorporating Distributed Teamwork and Collaborative Technology into MIS Curriculum
A curriculum initiative to incorporate distributed teamwork and collaborative technologies into software development and implementation projects for MIS students and indicates that students increased their capacity to work in a distributed situation by using collaboration technologies.