Revisiting the Diversification on the Implementation of Open Source ERP Teaching Models
Jour of Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems, Vol. 10, 09-Special Issue, 2018
7 Pages Posted: 23 Mar 2021
Date Written: August 10, 2018
Educational institutions around the world provide ERP related courses to empower students. Many universities around the world follow training models and methods provided by ERP vendors to facilitate the learning, Despite the benefits of using vendor training tools, models and methods, they tend to present the business process from the perspective of the ERP package and therefore it demonstrates easy alignment with the software and become less challenging for students to gain knowledge of complex business process. There are limited number of research projects done to form a training model with the objective to fill this knowledge gap in ERP training courses and to propose a training model to address complexity of ERP implementation as much independent as possible from the perspective of the products and vendors. The objective of this paper is to summarize ERP teaching models; highlighting the research methods and theories used by authors. It is expected that the results can be used for further development of the ERP related courses to support product independent education in the ERP area.
Keywords: ERP Teaching, ERP Learning, Method, Education
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