Chap 12 - Chapter 12 Information System Development Information Systems Development Organized set of activities used to guide those involved

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    Chapter 12 Information System  Development
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    Information Systems  Development Organized set of activities used to guide  those involved through the development of an  information system System Set of components, used together, to achieve a common  goal Information system Set of hardware, software, data, procedures and people  that work together to produce information
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    General guidelines for system  development Use a phased approach For example, the SDLC 5 phase approach Involve the users in all phases Anyone who will use the system Develop standards Rules and procedures employees must follow  to achieve consistency Information Systems  Development
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    Participants in systems development Should have representatives from all departments  that will use the system Project team Project leader Systems analyst Users Information systems personnel Programmer/analysts Programmers Information Systems  Development
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    Initiation may be prompted internally or  externally Internal reasons Project requests to improve/correct existing system User request Management request External reasons Competition Outside group may mandate Software no longer supported Initiation of the System  Development Life Cycle
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    Phases in SDLC organized into an ongoing loop Also includes ongoing activities The System Development Life  Cycle 1.Planning 2.Analysis 3.Design 4.Implementation 5.Support
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      Project management Process of planning, scheduling, and controlling  activities during the SDLC Scope – goals and objectives Required tasks Time and cost estimates for each task Order of tasks Deliverables Goal is to deliver a usable system within budget,  and on time Results in creation of a project plan Project management software The System Development Life  Cycle  Ongoing Activities
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    The System Development Life Cycle  Ongoing Activities   Project Management (cont.) Order of tasks Gantt Chart Used to plan and schedule the time relationships among  tasks
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BUS ADM 230 taught by Professor Kasum during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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Chap 12 - Chapter 12 Information System Development Information Systems Development Organized set of activities used to guide those involved

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