Integrating SAP R/3 into a College of Business curriculum: Lessons learned

@article{Corbitt2000IntegratingSR,
  title={Integrating SAP R/3 into a College of Business curriculum: Lessons learned},
  author={G. Corbitt and K. J. Mensching},
  journal={Information Technology and Management},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={247-258}
}
In the Fall semester of 1996, California State University Chico was the first school in the U.S. to implement the SAP ERP system into its College of Business curriculum. While the effort so far has been very successful by almost any means of measurement, many challenges still remain. This paper presents the problems encountered by the college and the approaches taken to overcome these problems.Five major areas of concern are identified. They include:forming a faculty team and then getting them… Expand
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