E-Commerce Project Managment

Instructor: John Sum, Institute of Electronic Commerce
Time: Monday 14:10-15:00 (2009 SPRING)
Venue: Room 204, Hung Tao Building
Email: pfsum@nchu.edu.tw (for general enquiries)
pfsum@yahoo.com.hk (for document submission)
URL: web.nchu.edu.tw/~pfsum/ECPM/ecpm.html


  1. Able to read, write, speak and listen in English.
  2. Skillful in using application software, such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel and etc.
  3. Skillful in using IE or other browsers to access the Internet, and searching information on the web.
  4. Knowledge in one of the following subjects: Principles of Computing, Computer Literacy, Introduction of Information Systems or Introduction of Information Technologies.




  1. CMMI Product Team, CMMI for Development, Version 1.2, CMU/SEI-2006-TR-008, August 2006. (Part One)
  2. Daniel S. Wall, James McHale, Marsha Pomeroy-Huff, Case Study: Accelerating Process Improvement by Integrating the TSP and CMMI, June 2007.
  3. CMMI Overview (Presentation Slides)
  4. Robert Rowen, Software project management under incomplete and ambiguous specifications, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol.37(1), pp.10-21, Feb 1990.
  5. Luisa Mich, Mariangela Franch, and Loris Gaio, Evaluatitng and designing web site quality, IEEE Multimedia, Jan-March Issue, pp.34-43, 2003.
  6. Ram N. Acharya, Albert Kagan, Srinivasa Rao Lingam, Kevin Gray, Impact Of Website Usability On Performance: A Heuristic Evaluation Of Community Bank Homepage Implementation, Journal of Business & Economics Research, Vol. 6(6), pp.139-148, June 2008.
  7. Younghwa Lee, Kenneth A. Kozar, Investigating the effect of website quality on e-business success: An analytic hierarchy process (AHP) approach Decision Support Systems, Vol.42, 1381-1401, 2006.
  8. Yujong Hwang, Dan J. Kim, Customer self-service systems: The effects of perceived Web quality with service contents on enjoyment, anxiety, and e-trust, Decision Support Systems, Vol.43, pp.746-760, 2007.
  9. Component-Based Software Engineering Processes, Introductory slides in TOOLS'99.
  10. Web Engineering, Introdutory slides based on Pressman's Software Engineering.