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  • 1. Department of Management Information Systems College of Business Administration University of Central Florida Fall 2009 COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE BUSINESS PROCESS ANALYSIS PREFIX & NUMBER ISM 4431 Sec Days Time Loc Sec Days Time Loc CLASS 0001 M,W 3-4:15pm BA2-103 INFORMATION CREDIT HOURS 3 Robert Szymanski BA1-328 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE rszymanski@bus.ucf.edu 407-823-5682 (no voicemail) E-MAIL ADDRESS TELEPHONE INSTRUCTOR URL www.bus.ucf.edu/rszymanski DEPT. FAX OFFICE HOURS MON TUE WED THU FRI 1:30-2:30pm 1:30-2:30pm * Or by appointment. Fall 2009 Academic Calendar http://www.registrar.sdes.ucf.edu/calendar/academic/2009/fall/ Classes Begin – Monday, August 24th Late Registration and ADD/DROP – August 24th – 28th Withdrawal Deadline – Friday, June 5th Classes End – Friday, October 16th Final Exam Period –December 8th – 14th Commencement – December 18th - 19th Holidays Labor Day – Monday, September 7th Veteran’s Day – Wednesday, November 11th Thanksgiving – November 26th – 28th Academic Policies For UCF procedures and policies on course withdrawal, refund of fees, etc. refer to the printed copy of the UCF Undergraduate Catalog. For quick reference, go to: http://www.ucf.edu/catalog/.
  • 2. Course Information TEXTBOOK: None OTHER REQUIRED SAP GUI/MS Visio MATERIALS: OPTIONAL N/A MATERIALS: COURSE ISM3011 – Essentials of Management Information Systems PREREQUISITES: COURSE Today, enterprises compete on operational and information sharing efficiencies. This DESCRIPTION: course focuses on two main components; configuration of an organization, and analyzing the business processes. This course will take a unique approach to managing these business processes. We’ll attempt to simulate how large enterprises manage business process across companies. We’ll be working on integrating processes such as procurement, fulfillment, and production across companies within an enterprise. Our class will serve the role as manufacturing company for the enterprise. We’re going to work alongside another class whose role with be that of the assembling company within the same enterprise. This means we serve a role as supplier to the assembling company. We’ll configure companies in SAP to make this happen and then analyze our effectiveness. COURSE - Students will gain an understanding of business processes and use this knowledge to OBJECTIVE: configure a company in SAP - Students will gain an understanding of the 3 major components that make up the supply chain (external suppliers, internal functions, and external distribution); - Students will develop skills in business process mapping, in particular, the processes involved in SCM, Procure-to-pay, Production, Order-to-cash, and organizational configuration in SAP - Students will learn how to manage the challenges organizations face with regard to Supply Chain Management (SCM); - Students will receive a hands-on understanding of concepts underlying enterprise systems; - Students will receive technical skills in applying ERP software, in particular SAP ECC - Students will learn how to use ERP software to help make a variety of SCM decisions; - Students will understand the value of ERP software and how it can be applied to SCM and assist managers in analyzing and integrating the business processes; GRADING Grades will be determined by performance on individual exercises using the SAP POLICY: software, quizzes, process mapping exercises, and a final exam. There will be a variety of exercises in this course. Exercises will involve business process mapping, use of SAP ECC software. The weight of these exercises is listed below. There will also be a final exam to be held on the University scheduled final examination date. Scheduled times for the final exam will appear in the timetable of this syllabus. SCORING ELEMENTS: Final course grades will be computed using the following weights: Process Mapping Exercises ----30% Configuration Exercises ----30% Quizzes ----------------------------20% Final Exam -------------------20% Grades will be determined by the following: A: 90-100%; B: 80-89.9%; C: 70-79.9%; D: 60-69.9%; F: Below 60%
  • 3. TOPICS: Several areas will be covered in the course. A tentative timetable is provided at the end of this syllabus which shows each of these topics, as well as the approximate amount of coverage, tentative dates of coverage, relevant portions of the textbook, final exam date, and exercise dates. This timetable may vary slightly depending upon the pace we are able to maintain, however, it will give you a pretty good idea of where we are heading. On approximately a weekly basis you will be provided with more detailed information which will indicate what we will be doing for the next few class periods. MAKE-UP POLICY It is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor of any circumstances that caused the student to miss a graded activity so that a judgment can be made as to the appropriateness of a make-up for that missed activity. As a general rule, should any exceptions be made to deadlines for required work in this course, applicable penalties may apply at the discretion of the instructor. If work is accepted late, the standard penalty is 10% per day that it is late (weekends included). No make ups will be offered for the final exam. RESPONSIBILITY It is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor of any circumstances that OF STUDENT: caused the student to miss a graded activity so that a judgment can be made as to the appropriateness of a make-up for that missed activity. As a general rule, should any exceptions be made to deadlines for required work in this course, applicable penalties may apply at the discretion of the instructor. If work is accepted late, the standard penalty is 10% per day that it is late (weekends included). Students are expected to attend class regularly and to remain throughout the duration of class without leaving early. Often problems that might arise outside the classroom can be resolved during class times. This course is “hands-on” and requires work to be completed on a regular and timely basis. Leaving class prematurely generally results in failing to stay on top of course matters which ultimately results in negative consequences. Class attendance may be taken. STUDENT DISABILITY: Anyone with a disability that may limit participation with regular classroom activities should inform the professor at the beginning of the term. Proper adjustments will be made to compensate for limitations.
  • 4. ISM 4431 SECTION 0001 – BUSINESS PROCESS ANALYSIS FALL 2009 TENTATIVE TIMETABLE OF EVENTS Week Dates TENTATIVE Topics/Exercises/Deadlines 1 8/24, 8/26 Course introduction Business Processes (order 2 cash, procure 2 pay, production, etc) Brief intro to SCM, BOM and MRP. Development of BOM for configuration exercise 2 8/31, 9/2 Organizational Structure in SAP Module 1 Configuration (Create Company Code) 3 9/7, 9/9 Holiday (9/7) Module 2 Configuration (Organizational Structure) 4 9/14, 9/16 Quiz #1 Accounting in SAP Module 3 Configuration (General Ledger Account Creation) 5 9/21, 9/24 Master Data in SAP Module 4 Configuration (Vendor Master Data) Module 5 Configuration (Material Master Data) 6 9/28, 9/30 Posting Documents in SAP Module 6 Configuration (Defining Posting Periods) 7 10/5, 10/7 Accounting Process for Automatic Account Assignment Materials Management and Automatic Account Assignment in SAP Module 7 Configuration (Materials Management for GR) 8 10/12, 10/14 Quiz #2 Module 8 Configuration (Automatic Account Assignment) Controlling (CO) in SAP 9 10/19, 10/21 Module 9 Configuration (Set up for Controlling) Production Process Module 10 Configuration (Set up for Production) 10 10/26, 10/28 Production and MRP in SAP Module 11 Configuration (Configuring MRP) Module 12 Configuration (Sales Organization) 11 11/2, 11/4 Quiz #3 Sales, Stock Transfer Orders, and Customer in SAP Module 13 Configuration (Customer and Sales) 11 11/9, 11/11 Procure, Produce, and Ship to Assembler!!! Holiday (11/11) 12 11/16, 11/18 Process Mapping. Swimlane Diagrams. Process mapping interviews Process Mapping Examples and Exercises 13 11/23, 11/25 Procurement Process Process Map for Procurement (High Level) Possible open day on 11/25 because of Thanksgiving 14 11/30, 12/2 Process Mapping Discussion (Procurement as-is v. to-be) Process Mapping for the Production Process 15 12/7 Sales Process Process Mapping for Sales 16 12/14 Final Exam

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