Notes for Week of 9/14
Notes for Week of 9/14 MIST 2090
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jordan Jarrett on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MIST 2090 at University of Georgia taught by Janine E. Aronson and Nikhil Srinivasan in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 54 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Information Systems in Business, management at University of Georgia.
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Date Created: 09/17/15
91515 Business processes 0 Before Nike puts out a shoe they know what will be a success 0 They re able to know this bc they have learned what will be a screwup Info about shoes did not get communicated correctly from who would be wearing them to the producers Nike made thousands of pairs of outdated shoes 0 Nike ost 100 million on these shoes that didn t t sell and also bc they didn t t make the shoes that would sell 0 Stock lost 20 of its value in 2000 0 Wii was such a big hit that Nintendo didn t t have enough products to meet their demand 0 Problem with process comes about bc of the functional nature of organizations Functional organization 0 Traditional organizations are segmented and rigid Not good at working together The sio effect 0 People aren t good at working outside of their sios Issues with functional systems 0 Slow bc of delays there are a lot of ags in the process Delays bc pieces of info have to be handed over Consequences of poor coordination Increased lead times takes more time to get up and running 0 Excess inventory don t want to run out Crossfunctional enterprise system 0 People try to put info systems into place that allow an organization to have one version of the truth ERP capture data and store it so that other parts of organization can access it Functions vs processes Processes now overlap Key business processes 0 Procurement obtaining something for organization 0 Production converting input what you procured and transforming it Fulfillment now that you have produced something how do you get it out The role of enterprise systems 0 There s a ow of physical goods from getting the parts transforming them into a product and then trying to sell the product 0 All 3 ows happen simultaneously BPMN 4 basic elements 0 Business process modeling notation BPMN Notational system 0 Flow Arrows indicate sequence of activities 0 Gateway branching condition is something going to succeed or fail 91715 Business process management BPM Humans are not very textoriented Business processes aims to accomplish things efficiently so we don t waste resources Efficiency is reached by structure 0 We need standardized processes bc they re critical to the organization and the customer BPMN business process modeling notations Tied to execution languages you can generate software codes that can implement processes BPEL business process execution language Converts modeling notations into computer codes BPMN 4 different elements 1 Event something external that happens to user or organization a Usually start and end events 2 Task 3 Flow arrows bring together events and tasks a Solid dashed and dotted arrows all exist i Dotteddashed informational and tell you something about contextprocess 4 Gateway decision points in the execution office process Gateways More than 2 types exist we just learn about 2 1 Exclusive decisionmerge 2 Parallel forkjoin can brank off into as many parts as you want a If you re creating too many parts there may be a problem with your business model Resource modeling in BPMN You can model resources required to complete tasks Lanes entities within an organization BPMN exercise lanes pools One lane is person making the claim and the other is the insurance company
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