SSME Learning and Teaching Project
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The University of Sydney (Lead Institution)
University of New South Wales
University of Queensland
University of Melbourne
The University of Sydney (USYD)
- Joseph Davis, Project Leader
- Simon Poon
- Andrea Stern
- Ravi Seethamraju
University of New South Wales (UNSW)
- Boualem Benatallah
- Fethi Rabhi
- Hye-young Helen Paik
- Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic
University of Queensland (UQ)
- Shazia Sadiq
- Marta Indulska
University of Melbourne (UM)
- Liz Sonnenberg
- Lester Johnson
- Simon Milton
- Leila Zamani
Professor of Service and Support Engineering
Institute of Manufacturing
University of Cambridge
University Relations and Development Manager
IBM Australia, Sydney
IBM Almaden Research Centre
NSW Executive Officer
Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)
Establish an educational consortium consisting of the University of Sydney, the University of New South Wales, the University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne to construct a model of innovative post-graduate IT education which reflects the global diversity of the services sector as well as the multi-disciplinary character of SSME studies.Advising the consortium will be a Reference Group of key takeholders.
Align with the needs of the IT-enabled services sector by researching and identifying the key knowledge and skill sets needed by employers today and anticipated in the future, incorporating findings from related investigations, (Chicharo and Naghdy, 2007) and using this data to frame a set of distinctive services-related graduate attribute statements with industry and professional association participation.
Develop market relevant curriculum modules and other educational resources informed by information gained from industry, professional associations and recent graduates. Content areas could include business process modelling,service design and engineering; service oriented computing and the management of IT-enabled services. These modules would form the basis for IT curriculum renewal for individual institutions.
Establish the first concentration of postgraduate SSME coursework in Australia and the Asia Pacific region and actively promote its adoption and adaptation throughout the region.
Create an on-line SSME interactive portal that would provide universities across Australia and the Asia Pacific Region with a wide range of multi-disciplinary teaching-learning resources which incorporate innovative educational technologies, including a "services foundry".
Raise the profile of SSME in universities, industry and professional associations, through workshops, conferences, reference groups and publications. This would include conducting a workshop on SSME education in 2008 and an international conference in 2010 as well as expanding the network of industry partners, which currently includes IBM, Cisco, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, American Express, and the IT Services Management Forum.
Contribute to and promote a research agenda in SSME that encourages the study of services from diverse disciplinary perspectives, e.g. IT, Management, Marketing, Operations Research, provides a critical link with this rapidly changing field and will help foster the next generation of IT academics with SSME expertise and thus on-going SSME education.
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