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Unformatted text preview: MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 1 MIE 350 Planning: Organizations Michael Gruninger Information Engineering Centre [email protected] MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 2 Outline • What is an organization? – Purpose, processes, boundaries, control & feedback, management levels MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 2 Outline • What is an organization? – Purpose, processes, boundaries, control & feedback, management levels • Organizational culture MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 3 Why Study Organization? • Information systems exist within an organization – They succeed only to the extent that they help an organization achieve its goals – Therefore, it makes sense to know something about the “science” of organizations You’ll have a whole course next semester: MIE359 MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 4 What is an Organization? • K&K: “systems designed to accomplish predetermined goals and objectives through people and other resources” • Johns: “social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort.” • Llanes: “any structure designed to carry out a given purpose.” MIE350: Software Development Methodologies 5 What is an Organization?...
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