MBA Students! Learn beyond ERP
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MBA Students! Learn beyond ERP

MBA / Management students having ERP in their course curriculum, towards becoming more competent business managers.
4.2 (5 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
427 students enrolled
Last updated 6/2015
English
Price: $20
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Become more competent business managers. Equip with concepts and applications for better contribution and growth in career. Prepare to take strategic business decisions. Understand strategy management in a business. Open up new career opportunities.
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Requirements
  • ERP as an elective in their academic course curriculum
Description

Move ahead of ERP !

This course explains on the concepts of Business Warehouse in a simple way. An elaborate discussion on the electronic-board is done on the practical aspects happening in corporate. Strategy Management concepts and applications are made simple for students to grasp.

The concepts and business flows have been explained using SAP as a reference and can be applied to any such similar systems and solutions. Simple flow in MS Excel with dashboards is shown at the end of the course.

This course is for MBA / Management students having ERP as an elective in their academic course curriculum.

Self-Assessments have been given as part of the course for students to practice on their own to apply their understandings from this course.

Who is the target audience?
  • MBA / Management students, around the world, having ERP as an elective in their academic course curriculum
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 11 Lectures Collapse All 11 Lectures 01:27:44
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Introduction with a Scenario
1 Lecture 02:07

Starts with introducing a scenario through which the course is explained to the students.

Preview 02:07
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Path after ERP
1 Lecture 01:32

Takes the students through the progressive path after ERP

Preview 01:32

Assessment of understanding on the section - Path after ERP

Quiz 1
2 questions
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Approach and design of project team
1 Lecture 05:55

Explains on the approach and design adopted by the project team to deliver to their management

Preview 05:55
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Business Warehouse
2 Lectures 19:38

This section explains concepts, fundamentals, loading process and reporting aspects

Preview 10:33

Explains on the data loading process and reporting with different features like drag and drop, exceptional reporting etc.

Data Loading and Reporting
09:05

Assessment of understanding on the section - Business warehouse

Quiz 2
2 questions
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Practical concept of strategic planning
1 Lecture 06:44

Provides explanation on the planning aspects as normally adopted by corporate in their annual planning exercise and on integrated planning & its utility.

Practical concept of strategic planning
06:44
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Strategic planning in system
1 Lecture 11:00

Explains on the planning options with system and showcases a simple demo model on sales.

Strategic planning and sales demo model
11:00

Assessment of understanding on 'Planning'

Quiz 3
1 question
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Board meeting and process flows
1 Lecture 10:40

Explains how processes flow in an organization and how board & senior management drive the processes.

Board meeting and process flows
10:40

Assessment of understanding on planning

Quiz 4
2 questions
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Strategy Management
1 Lecture 13:40

Explains on the concepts and elements of strategy management and derivation of scores & hence status indicators.

Strategy Management
13:40

Assessment of understanding on strategy management

Quiz 5
2 questions
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Project team's recommendations
1 Lecture 03:16

Recommendations points from the project team to the management in the chosen scenario

Project team's recommendations
03:16
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Self-Practice session - Guidance on MS Excel - Dashboards
1 Lecture 13:12

This section is a guidance towards self-practicing session. Data from MS Access is taken to Excel. Analytical reports and dashboards creation steps are shown. Creation of KPIs Dashboard with traffic-signal as status indicators are shown in example.

Self-Practice by students:

Design a simple planning scenario on Industry of your choice. You can use the Design & Application on the understanding from this course.

Choose a simple data structure for planning for the design you have now. Choose a simple solution of your choice to which you have access (or) a trial version of some solution that you know (or) MS Excel with Access as shown under this lecture. You can use ETL functionality If the system you choose has that feature. Identify some of the Automated Function you could use for Planning as part of the solution you have Identified. Perform Planning for different scenarios and compare with your Actual Data and do analysis. Students to try and perform outside this course as a practice.

Self-Practice session - Guidance on MS Excel - Analytics & Dashboards
13:12
About the Instructor
Srinivasan Seshadri
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Srinivasan Seshadri

Teaching is my passion and I love teaching to bring in value addition to students based on expertise gained in different dimensions over 25 years.

I have gained expertise in consulting Senior Management, Business Analytics, Corporate Performance Management, ERP, with over 25 years of consulting experience through projects participation across geographies - India, Europe, Scandinavian countries,Middle East, Australia and other APAC countries.