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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering 09/02/09 ©USC-CSSE 1 OCD Risk Management & DART CS 577a, Fall 2009 September 2, 2009
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Operational Concept Description (OCD) 09/02/09 ©USC-CSSE 2
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Operational Concept Definition (OCD) 09/02/09 ©USC-CSSE 3 Purpose of the OCD 1. To describe the success critical (key) stakeholders’ shared vision of the project being undertaken. 2. Key stakeholders typically include 1. the system’s users 2. the client 3. the customer, if different from the client 4. the maintainer 5. and the developers. 3. See OCD guidelines on how to identify other key stakeholders http://greenbay.usc.edu/IICMSw/index.htm
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering OCD Content and Completion Criteria VC Package FC Package OCD Content Shared Vision Success- Critical Stakeholders System Capabilities Descriptions Expected Benefits Benefit Chain, System Boundary and Environment System Transformation System Objective, Constraints & Priorities Capability Goals, LOS goals, Organization goals Constraints, relation to current system Proposed New Operational Concept Element Relationship diagram, Business Workflow Proposed New Operational Concept - Organization and Operational Transformation 09/02/09 ©USC-CSSE 4
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Shared vision and context for success-critical stakeholders (1) Success- Critical Stakeholders (SCS) Common SCS: system’s user, client, customer, maintainer, developer. Project-specific SCS supplier, actor, volunteer, vendor, researcher System Capabilities Descriptions Sierra Mountainbikes, Inc’s Sales Department needs a faster, more integrated order entry system to increase sales. The proposed Web Order System will give us an e-commerce order entry system similar to Amazon.com’s that will fit the special needs of ordering mountain bicycles and their aftermarket components. Unlike the template- based system that our main competitor bought, ours would be faster, more user friendly, and better integrated with our order fulfillment system.” 09/02/09 ©USC-CSSE 5
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering ©USC-CSSE Shared vision and context for success-critical stakeholders (2) Benefit Chain Diagram – A good example 09/02/09 6
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering ©USC-CSSE Shared vision and context for success-critical stakeholders (3) Benefit Chain Diagram A not so good example Common mistakes - Does not show the chain of benefits - Unclear initiative, outcome - Missing contribution - Incomplete benefit representation 09/02/09 7 Assumption: 1. No limits on no. of users 2. Stable support from CollectiveX for Network and Database functionality Implement the Web-based system depending on current system Developers , IV and V
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