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10.1 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development Developing Information Systems Chapter 9
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10.2 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development Identify and describe the core activities in the systems development process Explain how a company can develop information systems that fit its business plan Demonstrate how building new systems produces organizational change OBJECTIVES
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10.3 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development Linking Information Systems to the Business Plan Information Systems Plan Identifies the direction of systems development, the rationale, the current situation, the management strategy, the implementation plan, and the budget SYSTEMS AS PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
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10.4 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development Establishing Organizational Information Requirements Enterprise Analysis (Business Systems Planning) Examines the entire organization in terms of organizational units, functions, processes, and data elements; helps identify the key entities and attributes in the organization’s data Strategic Analysis or Critical Success Factors (CSFs) Operational goals shaped by the industry, the firm, the manager, and the broader environment that are believed to assure the success of an organization SYSTEMS AS PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
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10.5 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development SYSTEMS AS PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE Output of an Enterprise Analysis conducted by the U.S Social Security Administration as part of a massive systems redevelopment effort
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10.6 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development SYSTEMS AS PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE Figure 10-6
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10.7 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development Systems Development and Organizational Change Four kinds of structural organizational change 1. Automation: Using the computer to speed up the performance of existing tasks SYSTEMS AS PLANNED ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
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10.8 Management Information Systems Chapter 9 Systems Development
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