IS321 MIDEXAM REVIEW STUDY.docx

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IS321 MIDEXAM REVIEW STUDY M1: downtime (time is system is offline) (how much downtime is permissible), more money if less downtime, MTBF (mean time between failure) Billable: ability to be flexible with your skills, people from “the bench” come off and help with a project PM’s Iron Triangle (cost, time, scope/quality) SMB’s (small-medium size businesses), rely on value added resellers known as VAR’s(value-added resellers) Using a SCRUM approach, pigs v chickens, client employees are chickens, while pigs are fully committed and could be PM’s and consultants Operations – diagramming can be provided via business process modeling notation (BPMN)
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  • Fall '13
  • Wu
  • Business process modeling, Business Process Modeling Notation

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