A hundred years has passed since Scientific Management was published by A.F.Taylor who is recognized as the originator of Industrial Engineering and Management. It is not the era of manufacturing goods with several tens of components. Now it is time for applying engineering methodology to Enterprise Activities.
In our department, we have been fostering students who can use ICT from users' viewpoints, more concretely, to have a vision to use ICT which supports business activities from the viewpoint of Enterprise Engineering. In this course, we will focus on Enterprise Ontology that is one of the key pillars in Enterprise Engineering.
We will explain the representative methodology called DEMO（Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations）in Enterprise Ontology. Students are supposed to understand the concept and learn how to apply it for target systems with a certain size.
Students will be able to understand the concept of DEMO that is the representative methodology in Enterprise Ontology and apply it for target systems with a certain size.
Enterprise Ontology, DEMO, transaction, Construction Model, Process Model
|Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
team-based (four students per one team)
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction||read RGDDE and IES in advance|
|Class 2||Read RGDDE & IES||Read Fixit|
|Class 3||Solution:RGGDE & Exercise and Solution:IES|
|Class 4||WoT: generall PSI theory|
|Class 5||Exercise: case Fixit Solution:case Fixit|
|Class 6||WoW: OER method, applied to Volley WoT: special PSI theory WoM: construction model (CM)||Read case Rent-A-Car and Volley|
|Class 7||DEMO Elevator Pitch Illustration: case Rent-A-Car make case Volley assignment Solution: case Volley|
|Class 8||WoW: OER method, applied to Volley Conclusions PSI theory make case IES assignment 2 Solution case IES assignment 2|
|Class 9||DEMO Elevator Pitch WoM and WoW: PM, FM, AM Illustration: case Volley||Read case Pizzeria|
|Class 10||DEMO and other approaches Exercise: case Pizzeria Solution case Pizzeria assignment|
|Class 11||WoT: TAO theory Exercise: case RAC Solution case RAC assignment|
|Class 12||make case IES assignment 3 Discussion case IES ass. 3 Exercise: case Policlinic|
|Class 13||Discrete Event Simulation|
|Class 14||Exercise: case Pizzeria Solution case Pizzeria assignment|
Jan Dietz, Enterprise Ontology, Springer, 2006.
Junichi Iijima eds., 『DEMO』, NTT Pub. 2014
Jan Dietz, Red Garden Gnomes Don't Exist, Sapio Enterprise Engineering, 2015.
Perinforma, A.P.C., The Essence of Organization, Sapio Enterprise
Final Exam 60%
Better to take the coursde of Fundamentals of Information Systems in advance.
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