Chapter 09 IM - Systems Analysis and Design, Sixth Edition...

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Systems Analysis and Design, Sixth Edition Page 1 of 19 Systems Analysis and Design Sixth Edition Instructor’s Manual CHAPTER NINE Systems Implementation LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES When students finish this chapter, they will be able to: Explain the importance of software quality assurance and software engineering Describe the application development process Draw a structure chart showing top- down design, modular design, cohesion, and coupling Explain the coding process and how code is generated Explain unit testing, integration testing, and system testing Differentiate between program, system, operations, and user documentation List the main steps in system installation and evaluation Develop an overall training plan with specific objectives for each group of participants, compare in-house and outside training providers, and describe effective training techniques Describe the data conversion process Identify and describe changeover methods Explain post-implementation evaluation Describe the final report to management INSTRUCTOR NOTES Introduction, 414 LECTURE NOTES This is the final chapter that describes the implementation phase of the SDLC. List concepts presented during systems implementation. Mention tasks completed in the systems implementation phase. Present the Chapter Introduction Case: Mountain View College Bookstore on page 415. This introduction case sets up the material developed in the chapter. Review the background, participants, project status, and discussion topics for the case. Discuss Figure 9-1. CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES Consider assigning students to each role in the Chapter Introduction Case: Mountain View College Bookstore on page 415 and having them enact the case dialogue.
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Page 2 of 19 Chapter 9, Systems Implementation Software quality assurance, 416 LECTURE NOTES Note the current concern with the quality of products and services. Explain the objective of quality assurance . In an information system, quality assurance ensures that the system meets minimal quality standards. Although quality assurance sometimes is equated simply with fixing errors in program code, quality assurance activities should be performed throughout the SDLC to build systems properly from the start and detect and correct errors as soon as possible. Yet, quality assurance activities often are neglected, especially during systems implementation. This happens because of: Schedule pressures Reluctance to expose work to examination and criticism A mistaken belief that “no news is good news” To prevent quality assurance activities from being abandoned, quality assurance activities should be integrated into the entire SDLC and never abandoned. QUICK QUIZZES
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Chapter 09 IM - Systems Analysis and Design, Sixth Edition...

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