ReadingGuide061001 - 1) System development life cycle is a...

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1) System development life cycle is a strategy, which consists of a series of steps used to create and maintain an information system. This approach can entail hundreds of different phases and procedures, which include analysis, designing, and operations. 2) The seven steps in the systems development life cycle (SDLC) are planning, analysis, design, testing, implementation, and maintenance. 3) A critical success factor (CSF) is an event or factor that must be met in-order to deem a project successful. Specifically, the CSF is the goals and objectives that are crucial to a business. 4) Feature creep is a tendency for a project/product to increase the amount of features it has during the production stage. Developers often find new and innovative ways to do things while working on the project/product that by the end of production, the product/project is more functional. 5) The project plan helps the project manager do his/her job because it provides an outline of what needs to be accomplishes, when it needs to be completed by, and who is responsible for what. With the above in view, the project plan is a valuable
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course CBSY 2205 taught by Professor Morgan during the Winter '08 term at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

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