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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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LEARNING OBJECTIVES (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 software selection.
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Chapter Opening Case
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12.1 Project Management for Information Systems Projects Project Information System Project Management The Triple Constraints
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An IS Project Gone Astray
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The Project Management Process Project Initiation Project Planning Project Execution Project Monitoring and Control Project Completion
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Applications Organizations must analyze the need for the IT application. Each IT application must be justified in terms of costs and benefits. The
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course M I S 204 taught by Professor Yvonnegreewood during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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ch12 - CHAPTER 12 Acquiring Information Systems and...

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