Teaching

Dr Rosemann has been teaching units as part of business, information systems
and IT courses at universities in Europe, Asia and Australia since 1992.
His subjects have covered logistics, operations management, supply chain
management, process management, data management and enterprise systems among
others.

Teaching Awards

  • Deans Excellence in Teaching Award 2002, QUT
  • Teaching Scholarship Award 2002, QUT
  • Students Choice Award (Nomination) 2002, QUT
  • Students Choice Award (Nomination) 2003, QUT
  • Most Innovative Professor, 2005, Hamburg School of Logistics
  • Best Teaching by Student Evaluation 2008, QUT
  • Best Teacher of the Year, 2014, NIT Hamburg

Courses, subject areas, majors, years or units initiated and/or designed

QUT – Unit Coordinator (since 1998):

ITB233/ITN233 – Enterprise Systems Applications

ITB298/INB/N320 – Business Process Modelling

ITN252/ITN298/INB/N321 – Business Process Management (formerly Process Engineering)

ITN253 – Case Studies in Enterprise Systems

ITN271 -Workflow Management

ITN286 – Process Engineering and Enterprise Systems

ITN291 – Minor Project: Project in Process Engineering

University of Münster, Germany (1992 – 1999)

Production Management

Logistics

Data Management

Workflow Management

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

ERP-based Process Management

Post-grad. Projects

Teaching related Publications

  • Identifying Satisfaction Factors in Tertiary Education: The Case of an Information Systems Program. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Auckland, December 2014 (with T. Chan and T. Shiang-Yen).
  • The Status of SAP-related Education – Results of a Global Survey. In Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century, Editors: Andrew S. Targowski and Mike Tarn, IDEA Group 2006, pp. 298-326 (with Amelia Maurizio).
  • The Status of SAP-related Education – Results of a Global Survey. In Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century, Editors: Andrew S. Targowski and Mike Tarn, IDEA Group 2006, pp. 298-326 (with Amelia Maurizio).
  • SAP-related Education – Status Quo and Experiences. Journal of Information Systems Education, Vol. 16, No. 4 (January 2006) (with Amelia Maurizio), pp. 437-453.
  • Teaching Enterprise Resource Planning in a Distance Education Mode – Experiences and Recommendations. In: The Design and Management of Effective Distance Learning Programs. Eds.: Richard Discenza, Caroline Howard, K. D. Schenk. Idea Group Publishing: Hershey et al. 2002, pp. 264-289 (Teaching Scholarship Award 2002).
  • Integration von Internet und Workflowmanagement in universitätsübergreifenden Lehrveranstaltungen (Integrating Internet and Workflow Management in Collaborative Units). In: Informatik und Ausbildung (Computer Science and Education). Ed.: V. Claus. Springer-Verlag: Berlin et al. 1998, pp. 221-232 (with D. Schüppler).
  • The Integration of SAP Solutions in the Curricula – Outcomes of a Global Survey. Final report of a project funded by SAP America. Brisbane, December 2004.
  • Business Process Redesign in Information Technology Incident Management: A Teaching Case. Proceedings of the 16th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2005). Sydney, 30 November – 2 December 2005 (with W. Bandara and J. Cornes).
  • Education in Enterprise Systems. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, April 2002 (with E. Watson).
  • Integrating Industrial Knowledge into IS Curriculum. Business Process Management Journal, Vol. 7, No. 3, 2001, pp. 234-242 (with G. Stewart).
  • Integrative Teaching Aspects for the IS Profession: Development and Application of a Teaching Framework. Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2004). Eds.: T. Leino, T. Saarinen, S. Klein. Turku, Finland (with J. Becker, R. Holten, M. Klose, M. Schallert).
  • A Teaching Framework for ERP Systems – Experiences from an International University Cooperation. Proceedings of the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2004. Essen, Germany, 9-11 March 2004 (with K. Klose, M. Schallert, R. Holten and J. Becker).
  • Configuring the SAP Student Marketplace for the Advancement of Research and Teaching (SMART). Proceedings of the 8th Americas Conference on Information Systems – AMCIS 2002, Dallas, 9-11 August 2002 (with G. Stewart et al.).
  • Process Modelling – A Teaching Approach for Developing Generic Skills in IT Students. Proceedings of the 7th Americas Conference on Information Systems – AMCIS 2001, Boston, 3-5 August 2001 (with G. Stewart).
  • SAP Student Marketplace for the Advancement of Research and Teaching Proceedings of the 7th Americas Conference on Information Systems – AMCIS 2001, Boston, 3-5 August 2001 (with G. Stewart et al.).
  • Education in Enterprise Systems (Workshop). Proceedings of the 7th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2000) (CD-ROM). Boston, 3-5 August 2001, (with E. Watson).
  • Industry-Academe Collaborations in Enterprise Systems: The SAP-QUT Example. Proceedings of the University Alliance Executive Directors Workshop – ECIS 2001. Ed.: J. Becker. Research report No. 75. University of Münster (with G. G Gable, G. Stewart).
  • Industry-oriented Education in Enterprise Systems. Proceedings of the 11th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2000) (CD-ROM). Eds.: G. G Gable, M. Vitale. Brisbane, 6-8 December 2000 (with D. Sedera, W. Sedera).
  • Industrial ERP Education: Experiences from a First Pilot. Proceedings of the 6th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2000) (CD-ROM). Ed.: H. M. Chung. Long Beach, 10-13 August 2000 (with J. Scott, E. Watson), pp. 2055-2060.
  • Collaborative ERP Curriculum Developing Using Industry Process Models. Proceedings of the 6th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2000) (CD-ROM). Ed.: H. M. Chung. Long Beach, 10-13 August 2000 (with G. Stewart), pp. 960-965.
  • Teaching ERP (Tutorial). Proceedings of the 6th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2000) (CD-ROM). Ed.: H. M. Chung. Long Beach, 10-13 August 2000, pp. 2159-2161.
  • ERP-Software in Teaching and Research. An International Survey. Proceedings of the 3rd Institute of Higher Learning Forum
  • Maximizing the Synergy Between Teaching, Research & Business”. Eds.: G. G Gable, P. Hawking, T. Sinott. SAPPHIRE ’99. Singapore, 2 November 1999 (with G. Gable).
  • Developing Industry Strength University Education in Enterprise Resource Management through International Collaborative Efforts. Proceedings of the 3rd Institute of Higher Learning Forum “Maximizing the Synergy Between Teaching, Research & Business”. Eds.: G. Gable, P. Hawking, T. Sinott. Singapore, 2 November 1999. SAPPHIRE ’99. Singapore, 2 November 1999 (with G. Stewart).
  • Lessons from the Field: A Reflection on Teaching SAP R/3 and ERP Implementation Issues. In: Proceedings of the 5th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’99) (CD-ROM). Eds.: W. D. Haseman, D.L. Nazareth. Milwaukee, Wis., 13-15 August 1999 (with G. Stewart, G. Gable, R. Andrews, T. Chan).
  • An Overview of Teaching and Research Using SAP R/3. In: Proceedings of the 5th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’99) (CD-ROM). Eds.: W. D. Haseman, D. L. Nazareth. Milwaukee, Wis, USA, 13-15 August 1999 (with E. Watson, G. Stewart).
  • Erfahrungsbericht: Workflowmanagement in der Lehre (in German, Lessons Learnt: Teaching Workflow Management). In: Organisatorische und technische Aspekte beim Einsatz von Workflowmanagementsystemen (Organisational and Technical Aspects of Workflow Management Systems). Proceedings of the Workflow-Workshop on 10 April 1997. Eds.: J. Becker, M. Rosemann. Technical Report No. 54 of the Department of Information Systems. Eds.: J. Becker, H. L. Grob, U. Müller-Funk, G. Vossen. Münster, April 1997, pp. 98-111.

Promoting the improvement of teaching

  • ‘The Integration of SAP Solutions in the University Curriculum – Insights from a Global Survey’. Workshop at the International Conference on Enterprise Systems and Accounting. Thessaloniki, Greece, 3 September 2004.
  • ‘Industry-oriented design of ERP-curriculum: an Australian initiative.’ First Brisbane IT Education Conventicle. QUT, 14 May 2004 (with G. Stewart).
  • ‘Cross-Faculty and Industry-oriented Education in Enterprise Systems’, invited presentation at the SAP EMEA Innovation Congress, Basel, 28-30 September 2003.
  • Presentation to the IT Teaching and Learning Research and Scholarship Special Interest Group on 25 June 2002. Topic: Industry-based group Projects with Post-Graduate Students: A Review of Three Years’ Experiences. Brisbane.
  • Invitations related to Process Engineering and Enterprise Systems to The University of Melbourne (March 2001), Monash University (November 2001), Edith Cowan University (February 2002) and The University of Sydney (July 2002).
  • Moderation of a panel on the academe-industry collaboration at the European Conference on Information Systems 2001 (Bled, 27 June 2001).
  • Participation at the panel discussion on ‘Enterprise Systems in the MIS Curriculum’ at the SAP Research and Applications Congress. San Diego, 20 February 2001.
  • Participation at a similar panel discussion at the Australasian Conference on Information Systems in 1998 (Sydney, 2 October).
  • Presentation at QUT’s OLT conference a paper on “Project-based Teaching: The mySAP.com Experience” (8 December 2000).
  • Tutorial on teaching Enterprise Systems at the SAPPHIRE conference (Brisbane, June 2000).
  • Workshops on teaching Enterprise Systems at the Americas Conference on Information Systems in 2000 and 2001.
  • Invited guest speaker on issues related to teaching Enterprise Systems and SAP R/3 at the SAP-user conferences in Melbourne (November 1998), Nice (May 1999), Singapore (November 1999), and Brisbane (July 2000).
  • Invited keynote presentation at the SAP’s 2nd Global Higher Education Conference in Las Vegas (June 2000).
  • Keynote presentation via video conference on ‘Teaching SAP R/3: From the Start to the Vision’ at the first Scandinavian SAP Higher Education Alliance Program Curriculum Workshop on Teaching Enterprise Systems and SAP R/3 (Lund, Sweden, August 1999).
  • Teaching ERP-Software at Universities. Colloquium of the Information Systems Management Research Centre. Faculty of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, 21 August 1998.
  • Organisation of the Institute for Higher Learning forum at the SAPPHIRE conference in Brisbane (July 2000) (with Paul Hawking and Glenn Stewart).
  • Regular inquiries from colleagues from all over the world looking for advice regarding teaching Enterprise Systems and SAP R/3.

Guest lectures at other universities

  • 3/2001: The University of Melbourne: Guest lecture on: Introduction to Enterprise Systems and mySAP Applications
  • 2/2001: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA. Guest lectures on Customer Relationship Management and Enterprise Modelling
  • Since 3/2000: Nanyang Technological University Singapore, Business School. Several guest lectures on various aspects of Enterprise Systems
  • Since 3/2000: Northern Institute of Technology, Hamburg, Germany. Lectures on Production and Operations Management, Enterprise Systems and mySAP applications
  • 10/95-7/99: Academy of Administration and Economics, Bielefeld, Germany. Units developed and taught: Production Management I/II, Logistics, Controlling
  • 3/98-4/98: University of Tartu, Faculty of Economics, Estonia. Coordinator of the new major Information Systems (design, sponsorship). Units developed and taught: Data Management and Data Warehouses
  • 10/95-2/96: Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany. Unit developed and taught: Office Management
  • Various guest lectures at various German universities between 1992 and 1999.

 

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