Ritical review of the implementation of enterprise resourse planning ES(ERP) at Nestle

Critical review of the implementation of enterprise resourse planning ES(ERP) at Nestle
Executive summary: (1 page only).
PARA 5 Summarizing, Conclusion/Recomendations.
INTRODUCTION: (half a page)
PARA Nestle group
Sensitizing issues with Harward referencing ( eight lines)
Sign posting
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Data, information and knowledge management: (1 page)
PARA What nestle has to do in the current information age/era

CURRENT DATA……..sources and management
PARA What data details Nestle currently has.
PARA Database
PARA Database administrator
PARA EG in Nestle
CURRENT INFORMATION…….sources and management
Data  information
Database management system(DBMS) using SQL
Levels of information based on levels of management.
PARA in future Nestle will be implementing information organized around core processes and being global will have to consider…….
CURRENTY KNOWLEDGE…….sources and management
PARA Knowledge
Knowledge management
PARA TACIT mangemnet
Explicit knowledge
(Couple of paragraphs)

HIGH LEVEL INFORMATION…….NEEDS (1/3 page)
ES in future
Improve

Understanding of transformed core processes, cross functional processes

FEsibility OF IMPLEMENTING AN ERP SYSTEM: (1 ? page most important)
PARA technical fisibility
PARA Economic fisibility
Cost benifit analysis
D.C.F(direct cash flow)
NPV(net present value)
IRR(internal rate of return)
Challanges in CBA
PARA Legal fisibility
Vendor
Licensing
Copy right
PARA operating fisibility
Training
PARA scheduling fisibility

IMPLEMENTATION METHODOLOGIES: (half page)
Example: big bang…….high risk
Moduler…….function
Process oriented
Handling cross functional

CHANGE MANAGEMENT ISSUES: ( half page)
Resistance
Strategies for managing change
BPR(business process reengeenering) process documentation to communicate the change

CONCLUSION AND RECOMENDATIONS: (half page)

REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY: ( 1 page)
Not less than twelve references

Note: font size should be 12 and style should be Times New Roman. Make sure that course work should be free of plagiarism.