ADM2372.Chap10-Part I - ADM2372 Management Information...

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1 ADM2372 Management Information Systems (MIS) Chapter 10 – Part I Chapter 10 – Part I Systems Development Systems Development
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2 Agenda Systems Development http://www.octium.eu/en/index.php/information-systems
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3 Systems Systems Development Development Systems Development means: The activities that go into producing an IS solution to an organizational problem or opportunity Information systems that are built correctly can transform as the organization and its business Information systems that effectively meet employee needs will help an organization become more productive and enhance decision making Information systems that do not meet employee needs may have a damaging effect on productivity and can even cause a business to fail
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4 Systems Development: Systems Development: challenges challenges Challenges of systems development include: Time, Cost Organizational changes associated with new IS Deciding where and how to use the new IS when the wrong business process is automated, it becomes efficient at doing what it shouldn’t do It is hard to establish the information requirements of the organization New IS should evolve as the organization and its business evolve New IS should meet employee needs to help an organization become more productive; otherwise it may damage productivity
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5 Systems Development Systems Development SDLC SDLC S ystems D evelopment L ife C ycle (SDLC) the overall process for developing information systems SDLC is the foundation for many systems development methodologies such as waterfall, RAD, etc.
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6 Planning phase – involves establishing a high-level plan of the intended project and determining project goals Primary planning activities include Identify and select the system for development Assess project feasibility Develop the project plan (a guiding force behind on- time delivery of a complete and successful system) Feasibility study – determines if the proposed solution is feasible from the following perspectives Economic Legal and contractual Operational Scheduling Technical
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course TELFER ADM2372 taught by Professor El-kadri during the Fall '11 term at University of Ottawa.

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ADM2372.Chap10-Part I - ADM2372 Management Information...

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