868 Business Process Informatisation in Public Administration
- Study programme and level: University Study Programme in Administrative Information Science - 1st Cycle
- 2nd year
- 6 ECTS
- Course type: Core
- Lectures: 45
- Tutorial: 30
- Other forms of study: 15
- Individual work: 90
- Lecturer: Tina Jukić, PhD
1. Objectives and competences
The aim of the course is to:
- graduate is educated about the role of business processes in administrative operation and their meaning for the efficiency of administrative operation
- graduate is educated about concepts techniques, design and implementation of IS in public administration
- graduate is educated about organisational viewpoints and basics of project-oriented approach to IS development
- understanding of business processes analysis and their informatisation
- independent critical analysis of business systems and business processes
- ability to rationalize and reengineer in the function of further informatisation and development
- definition of users’ information requirements and their modelling
- collaboration or independent leadership at projects of reengineering and informatisation of business processes.
- Conceptual an theoretical framework
- Analysis of business system analysis in the context of informatisation
- Selected methods and techniques for business system analysis
- Approaches to planning and development of information systems
- Information system life cycle with an emphasis on the logical design
- Key success factors in business informatisation
- User requirements gathering methods and techniques
- Approaches to process modelling
- Approaches to data modelling
- Presentation of the most important data models
- Evaluation of informatisation projects
- Management of informatisation projects
- Kovačič A., Bosilj-Vukšič V.(2005). Management poslovnih procesov. Ljubljana: GV Založba. Izbrana poglavja, 100 str.
- Sharp, A., McDermott, P. (2009). Workflow Modeling: Tools for Process Improvement and Application Development, 2nd Edition. Norwood, MA: Artech House, Inc.
- Kovačič, A., Vintar M. (1994). Načrtovanje in gradnja informacijskih sistemov. Ljubljana: DZS. Izbrana poglavja, 100 strani.
- Shelly B. et al. (2008). Systems Analysis and Design, Thomson Course Technology.
- Ritchie, C. (2008). Database Principles and Design. London: Cengage learning EMEA. Izbrana poglavja, 150 strani.
- E-learning materials in Moodle
4. Intended learning outcomes
- Student is capable of independent critical analysis of organisation's business processes; definition of their information requirements; independently lead or collaborate at projects of content design or specification of IS in public administration.
5. Learning and teaching methods
- practical work
- seminar paper
- (group) presentation
- case study
- study consultation
- Written or/and oral exam which can be passed with two mid-term exams (50 %)
- Seminar work with presentation (50 %)