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Identifying_Info._Systems_Projects

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    Identifying Information System Projects
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    How an IS Project Gets Started A problem Undesirable situations that prevent the organization from fully achieving its purpose, goals, and objectives. Problems may either be current, suspected, or anticipated. An opportunity A chance to improve the organization even in the absence of specific problems. A directive A new requirement that's imposed by government, or a major customer or supplier o “Sacred Cow” phenomena
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    Wetherbe's PIECES Problem-Solving Framework d PIECES - a useful framework for classifying problems, opportunities, and directives. It is called PIECES because each of the letters represent one of six categories. P - the need to improve performance . I - the need to improve information (and data). E - the need to improve economics , control costs, or increase profits. C - the need to improve control or security. E - the need to improve efficiency of people and processes S - the need to improve service to customers, suppliers, partners, employees, etc.
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