EKONOMSKO-POSLOVNA FAKULTETA


Subject
 BUSINESS INFORMATION SOLUTIONS 
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Study unit code    M747 2019

Level Study program or it's part Year Semester
2 B310 ECONOMICS 2 Winter
2 B320 FINANCE AND BANKING 2 Winter
2 B330 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND E-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2 Winter
2 B340 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 2 Winter
2 B360 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ECONOMICS 2 Winter
2 B370 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION 2 Winter
2 B380 ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND TAXATION 2 Winter
2 B390 STRATEGIC AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2 Winter
3 B351 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANISATION 2 Winter
3 B352 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 2 Winter

ECTS kredits 10

Hours - Lectures 30
Hours - Tutorial 15
Hours - Individual Student's Work 255

Lecturers
izr. prof. dr. STERNAD ZABUKOVŠEK SIMONA

Languages - lectures slovene
Languages - tutorial slovene

Content (Syllabus outline)
Course consists of following topics: theories and models of strategic value of information systems (strategic information systems), business process redesign, and methods of business process redesign, business information systems, business information systems selection process, implementation methods, support and activities after implementation, development trends in the field of business information solutions.  
Textbooks
1. Bradford, M.: Modern ERP: Select, Implement & Use Today's Advanced Business Systems, lulu.com,2009 2. Motiwalla, Thompson: Enterprise Systems for Management: International Edition, Pearson Higher Education, 2009  
Objectives
The course has two main sets of objectives – to present business information solutions and teach students how to select and implement business information solution. The course is in the first part focused in the information systems business value, in the paradigm on strategic information systems, in the business process redesign, in the paradigm of business information solutions and in the methodologies of solution implementation. In the second part it is focused in learning how to redesign business process and how to prepare project of selection and project of implementation. Transferable/Key Skills and other attributes: Communication skills, capability of application of knowledge, capability of discussion,  
Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
Development of knowledge and understanding: Students: • Knowledge base: has depth and systematic understanding of knowledge in business information solutions and can work with theoretical / research-based knowledge at the forefront of their academic discipline • Ethical issues: has the awareness and ability to manage the implications of ethical dilemmas and work pro-actively with others to formulate solutions • Disciplinary methodologies: has a comprehensive understanding analysing, developing and implementation techniques / methodologies applicable to their own work  
Intendend learning outcomes - transferable/key skills and other attributes'
Cognitive/Intellectual skills: • Analysis: with critical awareness can undertake analysis of complex, incomplete or contradictory areas of knowledge communicating the business information solutions effectively • Synthesis: with critical awareness, can synthesise information in a manner that may be innovative, utilising knowledge or processes from the forefront of business information solutions • Evaluation: has a level of conceptual understanding that will allow her/him critically to evaluate research, advanced scholarship and methodologies and argue alternative approaches business information solutions • Application: can demonstrate initiative and originality in problem solving. Can act autonomously in planning and implementing business information solutions at a professional or equivalent level, making decisions in complex and unpredictable situations in the area of business information solutions Key/Transferable skills • Group working: can work effectively with a group as leader or member. Can clarify tasks and make appropriate use of the capacities of group members. Is able to negotiate and handle conflict with confidence • Learning resources: is able to use full range of learning resources • Self evaluation: is reflective on own and others’ functioning in order to improve practice • Management of information: can competently undertake research tasks with minimum guidance • Autonomy: is an independent and self critical learner, guiding the learning of others and managing own requirements for continuing professional development. • Communications: can engage confidently in academic and professional communication with others, reporting on action clearly, autonomously and competently • Problem solving: has independent learning ability required for continuing professional study, making professional use of others where appropriate Practical skills: • Application of skills: can operate in complex and unpredictable and/or specialised contexts, and has an overview of the issues governing good practice with the Microsoft Sure Step • Autonomy in skill use: is able to exercise initiative and personal responsibility in professional practice • Technical expertise: has technical expertise, performs smoothly with precision and effectiveness; can adapt skills and design or develop new skills and/or procedures for new situations.  
Learning and teaching methods
Lectures, case analysis, discussion 

Assessment Weight (%)
Written examination 40  
Seminar work 40  
Colloquium 20  
Comments
• written exam • seminar work • practial work  
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