MMIS 530 Final Exam - Robert Baxley

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Questions (20pts each) Robert Baxley – MMIS 530 1. What is the primary role of the Systems Analyst? a. The primary role is to analyze and design techniques to solve business problems using information technology. 2. What are the principle differences between Agile & Scrum? a. While both use an adaptive development methodology, SCRUM focuses primarily on the development team and their work while Agile focuses on Individuals and interactions over the processes and tools. 3. What are the principle differences between Tradition Design and Object Oriented Design? a. The main difference between the two are that the traditional design approach crates a process that progress from one phase to the next in a top-down or linear approach while the object-oriented approach the process is viewed as a set of objects which can we worked on in parallel. 4. List the Key areas of knowledge for a Project Manager? a. Project Scope Management b. Project Time Management c. Project Cost Management d. Project Quality Management e. Project Human Resource Management f. Project Communications Management g. Project Risk Management h. Project Procurement Management i.
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