Module 20 - Module #20: Developing Information Systems...

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M o d u le # 2 0:  Developing In fo r m ation Systems Readings Chapter 9 (pgs. 361-381) Lea rning  Objectives Understand the process used by organizations to manage the development of information systems. Describe each major phase of the systems development life cycle: identification, selection, and planning; analysis; design; implementation; and maintenance. Revie w/Exa m  Preparation Be familiar with the FIVE phases of the systems development life cycle. Systems identification, selection, and planning; system analysis; system design; system implementation; and system maintenance. What are the THREE major components/tasks of the systems analysis phase? Collecting system requirements; modeling organizational data; modeling organizational processes and logic. What are the FOUR traditional techniques for collecting system requirements? Interviews, questionnaires, observations, and document analysis. What are the key elements that must be accounted for in the systems design
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MIS 250 taught by Professor Wells during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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Module 20 - Module #20: Developing Information Systems...

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