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F09-Class-05-Scope Definition

F09-Class-05-Scope Definition - 5-1Class 5Project...

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Unformatted text preview: 5-1September 10, 2009Class 5Project ScopeWelcome to MIS 302F5-2System DefinitionRequirementsProject Management(after requirements and technology)Figure 10-45-3System Scope Example“Car” ProjectRed carTwo doorsTinted windowsRear FinDistinctive lookSpare tire is optional5-4Scope DefinitionDefines the boundaries of the information systemDefines the intended purpose and functionality of the systemRepresents the grand total of all the requirements5-5Purpose of System ScopeManageChangesApprovalSign-offEstimateResourcesScheduleCost5-6Scope Requirement TechniquesContext DiagramData SubjectsProcess DefinitionsBusiness-Level Use Case Definitions5-7Definitioncontext diagramdefines the main focus of the project and the major components that relate to itrelationships may include actors, roles, and departments as well as relationships to other applications5-8Context Diagram ExampleManagementOffice Printing and Processing (OPP)HiRe SystemBenefits for Employee Networks Information System (BENIS)Human Resource Management (HRM)Staffing SpetDistributionApplicantOutlookContent Manager (CM)Corporate Website5-9Definitioncontextrepresents the application, major module, or technology toolset that is the key basis of the projectencompasses specific and unique business requirements5-10...
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