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Phase 8 - Information System Proposal System Proposal IT...

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Development and IT Development and plementation Planning IS Division Implementation Planning MIS Division Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada formation System Proposal Information System Proposal Value proposition: Customer-focused clothing Strategy: Get users to be part of the design process Proposal: allow users to digitally design clothes for Lululemon using a kiosk in a design lab or going online 2 UBC Comm 391 iecing it all together Piecing it all together Should Lululemon get online users to download software or design through a web browser? 3 UBC Comm 391 iecing it together Piecing it together How should Lululemon get the software and kiosk? Should they rent it, buy it, or build it? Why? 4 UBC Comm 391
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iecing it together Piecing it together What about intellectual property and the ethics of using customer designs? 5 UBC Comm 391 hase 8 Lecture Phase 8 Lecture Relevant readings in optional textbook: gp Chapters 9 and 10 earning Outcome of Phase 8 Learning Outcome of Phase 8 Students will be able to Plan IT development and implementation. The focus is on Selecting the right choices of getting it done (development) Ensuring users will use the system (implementation). 7 COMM 391, Sauder School, UBC utline Outline IT development Insourcing Outsourcing i l t ti ( d ) IT implementation (and consequence) User training, Conversion methods thics privacy and security Ethics, privacy, and security COMM 391, UBC MIS
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sourcing Insourcing Do it yourself – IT specialists within your organization develop the system The organization has control over the sources required resources required The IT people know the industry and the company The project team’s goals are aligned with the company’s goals h i ti h ld h l d The organization should have a clear need, commitment to the approach and should have quisite IT and management skills 9 UBC Comm 391 requisite IT and management skills Development IT Development Two well-known insourcing methodologies in developing IS SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) (y p y ) Prototyping (also known as rapid application development, rapid prototyping) 10 UBC Comm 391 ystem Development Life Cycle (SDLC) System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Also known as the ‘waterfall’ method Very structured The SDLC consists of several distinct phases that re followed methodically are followed methodically. (7 phases in our text) 11 UBC Comm 391 Plan Analysis Design Develop Test Implement Maintain ystem Development Life Cycle (SDLC) System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) 12 UBC Comm 391
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SDLC – what will the ystem accomplish? system accomplish? Plan (already covered) volves establishing a high vel plan of the intended project Involves establishing a high-level plan of the intended project and determining project goals Define the system to be developed Set the project scope pj p Develop the project plan including tasks,
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