2. Business PROCESS Re-engineering (BPR) – BPR Process, Clean Slate Re-engineering, Technology Enabled Re-engineering, Myths regarding BPR. 3 . Business Intelligence Systems -Data Mining, Data Warehousing, On-line Analytical Processing (OLAP). 4. ERP Modules I: Finance, Controlling, Accounting System, Manufacturing and Production Systems. 5. ERP Modules II: Sales and Distribution Systems, Human Resource Systems. 6. ERP Modules III: Plant Maintenance System, Material Management System, Quality Management System, ERP System Options and Selection, ERP proposal Evaluation. 7. ERP Implementation and Maintenance: Implementation Strategy Options, Features of Successful ERP Implementation, Strategies to Attain Success, User Training, Maintaining ERP and IS. 8. ERP Products: SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamic, People Soft, Baan and their impact on enterprise applications. References: Enterprise Resource Systems,Motiwala,Pearson,2009 Enterprise Resource Planning, Alexis Leon, TMH,2008 Enterprise Resource Planning and MIS,Venugopal Rao, Excel,2009. ERP concepts & Practice,Vinod Kumar Kard arid NK Venkata Kristean, PHI,2008 Concepts in ERP ,Monk,2/e Thomson,2009 ERP in Practice, Vaman, TMH,2008 Enterprise Resource Planning,Mahadeo Jaiswal & Ganesh Vanapalli,Macmillan,2008 Managerial Issues of ERP, David L.Olson , TMH,2009
_____________________________________________________________2009-10 47 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGIAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR MBA III Semester Th C 4 4 Elective IV (9E00307a) RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE The Objective of this course is to give students a deeper insight into the concepts and strategies of Risk Management and Insurance. 1. Introduction to Risk: Types of Risks facing Business and Individuals, Risk Management Process, Risk Management Methods, Risk Identification and Measurement, Risk Management Techniques: Non Insurance Methods. 2. Insurance as a Risk Management: Techniques Principles: Principle of Indemnity, Principle of Insurable Interest, Principle of Subrogation, Principle of utmost good Faith, Requisites of Insurable Risks. 3. Requirements of an Insurance Contract: Distinguishes Characteristics of Insurance Contracts, Role of Agents and Brokers. 4. Risk Aversion and Risk Management: by Individuals & Corporations, Loss Control, Types of Loss Control, Optional Loss Control when Costs end Benefits are known. 5. Indian Insurance Industry: Life Insurance, General Insurance – Growth, Development Role of Insurance in the economy, Regulation of Indian Insurance Business. 6. Risk Management and Shareholders Wealth: Risk Retention / Reduction Decision, Alternative risk Management, Hedging with Derivative Contracts. 7. Analysis of insurance coverage: legal aspects of insurance contracts – insurance contract analysis – property and liability coverage. 8. Benefit Programs: Health care financing and health insurance – employee benefit plans – designing issues in employee benefit plan.
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