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Be introduced to the primary objective of Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE), which is the effective accomplishment of organisational objectives and improvement of organisational performance (increase customer value and profit). Explore current methodologies and  practises used to model and analyse enterprises as systems. Learn how to design, model, analyse and improve business operations and processes.

Course Outline

  • Background in ESE
  • General definition of an enterprise and its environment
  • Consideration of enterprises as systems
  • Introduction to high level organisation models – value chains, value streams etc
  • Role of strategy in ESE
  • Fundamentals of systems thinking
  • Introduction to business processes
  • Methodologies and practise of defining, modeling, analysing and managing processes
  • Introduction to performance measures
  • Exploration of organisational and implementation issues related to ESE, specifically  pertaining to change and transformation of processes and enterprises

Course Details

Duration: 2 days

Who should attend: Designed for engineers, managers and decision makers across defence and other industrires

Prerequisite: No prerequisities are mandated for this course

Accreditation: National accreditation is currently not available for this course

Trainer: Prof Allen Greenwood, Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mississippi State University. Published technical author

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Babcock Training Academy

Level 9
70 Franklin Street
Adelaide  SA  5000

tel: +61 8 8440 1498