2016 Enterprise Engineering

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Academic unit or major
Graduate major in Industrial Engineering and Economics
Instructor(s)
Iijima Junichi 
Course component(s)
Lecture
Day/Period(Room No.)
Thr5-8(W934)  
Group
-
Course number
IEE.C531
Credits
2
Academic year
2016
Offered quarter
2Q
Syllabus updated
2016/4/27
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
English
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Course description and aims

A hundred years have 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 a good with several tens of components. Now it is time for applying engineering methodology with rigorous background for Enterprise Activities.

In this department, we have been fostering students who can use ICT from users' viewpoints, more concretely, have a vision to use ICT which support business activities from the viewpoint of Enterprise Engineering. This course will focus on Enterprise Ontology that is one of the key pillars in Enterprise Engineering.

In this course, the instructor will explain the three main pillars such as Enterprise Ontology, Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Governance in Enterprise Engineering. More specifically, representative methodologies called DEMO(Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations), TOGAF and IT-CMF are explained.

Student learning outcomes

Students will have knowledge and skills for the three main pillars such as Enterprise Ontology, Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Governance in Enterprise Engineering. More specifically, they will be able to use representative methodologies called DEMO(Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations), TOGAF and IT-CMF in each discipline.

Keywords

Enterprise Engineering, Ontology, Architecture, Governance, DEMO, TOGAF, IT-CMF

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills
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Class flow

team-based (four students per team)
lecture-project-presentation

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Introduction : Principles of Enterprise Engineering (lecture)
Class 2 Introduction to Enterprise Ontology Natural Language description for a target system
Class 3 Extraction of transactions from Volley Case (lecture) Exercise : Extraction of transactions from Buono Pizza
Class 4 Extraction of transactions from a target system (project) Extraction of transactions from a target system (presentation)
Class 5 Construction Model for Volley (lecture) Exercise:Construction Model for Buono Pizza
Class 6 Construction Model for a target system (project) Construction Model for a target system (presentation)
Class 7 Process Model for Volley (lecture) Exercise:Process Model for Buono Pizza
Class 8 Process Model for a target system (project) Process Model for a target system (presentation)
Class 9 Introduction to Enterprise Architecture
Class 10 Introduction to TOGAF
Class 11 Analizing a given case
Class 12 Overview of Enterprise Governance
Class 13 Introduction to IT-CMF
Class 14 Assessment for a case
Class 15 Assessment for a case

Textbook(s)

Handout will be provided based on reference books.

Reference books, course materials, etc.

[1] Junichi Iijima, 『DEMO』, NTT Pub.,2014.
[2] Jan Dietz, Enterprise Ontology, Springer, 20006.
[3] Philippe Desfray, Gilbert Raymond, Modeling Enterprise Architecture with TOGAF: A Practical Guide Using UML and BPMN, Morgan Kaufmann, 2014.
[4] Martin Curley, Managing Information Technology for Business Value: Practical Strategies for It and Business Managers, Intel Press, 2004.
[5] Martin Curley et.al., It Capability Maturity Framework It-cmf, Van Haren Pub, 2015.

Assessment criteria and methods

Test 40%
Final exam 60%

Related courses

  • ESD.E502 : IT Management
  • ESD.E501 : Theory of Business Architecture
  • IEE.C201 : Introduction to Information Systems

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

It is better to take Introduction to Information Systems.

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