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CHAPTER 12 Acquiring Information Systems  and Applications
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CHAPTER OUTLINE 12.1 Project Management for Information  System Projects 12.2 Planning for and Justifying IT     Applications 12.3 Strategies for Acquiring IT Applications 12.4 The Traditional Systems Development  Life    Cycle 12.5 Alternative Methods and Tools for     Systems Development 12.6 Vendor and Software Selection 
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Define project management and explain  the triple constraints of project  management. Explain how the IT planning process  works. Discuss the IT justification process and  methods. Describe the SDLC, and discuss its  advantages and limitations.
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(continued) Identify the major alternative methods and  tools for building information systems. List the major IT acquisition options and  the criteria for option selection. Discuss the process of vendor and 
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