The introduction of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) into the curriculum at Business and IS Faculties and Schools is for many universities currently a major challenge. However, this problem is in various aspects of special nature: the students' demand is enormous and in many cases product-focused, ERP systems are typically very comprehensive and complex, knowledge about ERP is often missing, textbooks of satisfying quality are not available yet, and the frequency of systems' upgrades and the innovation cycles are impressive. This workshop provides lecturers new in this area with practical guidelines for the design and the continuous management of an ERP-related curriculum. Experienced academics will get an overview about the worldwide activities and recommendations for further extensions of their activities in form of international collaborative projects and the use of Application Hosting Centers.
Rosemann, Michael, "Teaching Enterprise Resource Planning (Workshop)" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 337.