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Unformatted text preview: Building Information Systems Modeling and Designing Systems Class and Inheritance This figure illustrates how classes inherit the common features of their superclass. 11.24 Figure 11-8 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Project Management • Project Project Management Objectives • Planned series of related activities for achieving a specific business objective • Project Management • Application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to achieve targets within specified budget and time constraints • • • • • 11.25 Scope Time Cost Quality Risk Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Project Management Selecting Projects: Making the Business Case for a New System • Determining project costs and benefits • Tangible benefits • Intangible benefits • Capital budgeting methods • Information systems plan • Portfolio analysis • Scoring model 11.26 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Project Management A System Portfolio Companies should examine their portfolio of projects in terms of potential benefits and likely risks. Certain kinds of projects should be avoided altogether and others developed rapidly. There is no ideal mix. Companies in different industries have different information systems needs. 11.27 Figure 11-9 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Understanding the Business Value of Systems and Managing Change Managing Project Risk and System-related Change • Implementation and change management • Imp...
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