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Prototyping is a 4 step process to quickly provide end users with a system to evaluate.Unstructured decisions require definitive insight and judgement to reach a decision.Scrum is a formal methodology that recognizes distinct steps and documentation much like the waterfall methodology, only newer.Predictive analytics is a process in which statistics, historical data, and data mining produce models and forecasts.Cohort ModulesC724Systems Development - Unit 6
Within the guide you will find links for various videos. The videos are hosted on Lynda.com. The instructions below will aid you in accessing Lynda.comSteps within PhasesDescription of what occursHow does this phase benefit the business?Analysis PhaseAnalyzing System needsDesign PhaseDesigning the SystemDevelop and documentImplementation PhaseTesting & MaintainingImplementing & EvaluatingMethodDescriptionPros/ConsWaterfallAgileIterative DevelopmentPrototypingScrumEnd-user DevelopmentHow to Login to Lynda.com:1. Visit Lynda.com2. Click “Sign In” on the Lynda homepage3. On the sign in page you will see a link labeled “Sign in with your organization portal”, click this link4. Type wgu.edu into the box provided and this will direct you to the WGU Secure Sign-in page5. Login using your WGU username and password. 6. This will then allow you to access the videos below.1.Phases of Systems Analysis & SDLC (System Design Life Cycle): What are the phases and what occurs in each phase.Identify problems, opportunities, & objectivesDetermining information requirements2.System Development MethodsScrum has many similarities to Agile, but one of the unique aspects mentioned in the book is that Scrum often involves having Programmers relocate their physical office so that they are working in the same physical space as the customers they are collaborating with on a project.Being in close proximity to those you are working with helps to improve collaboration and speed up communication. Rapid Application Development (RAD)3.What are the types of feasibility studies and what is accomplished by each?
EconomicTechnicalOperationalScheduleLegalPoliticalToolsDescriptionBenefits ProvidedConceptDescriptionBenefits ProvidedLogical ModelsData-flow ModelMethodDescriptionBenefits to BusinessDirect ImplementationPrototypingParallel AdoptionProject AspectsDescriptionImpact on the business if it is not done wellScopeCost/BudgetTimelineQualityInput MethodsDescriptionBenefitsOCRICREPOSEFTPOSVoice RecognitionStepsDescriptionImpact on the business if it is not done well4.Work Scheduling and Project Brainstorming ToolsPseudocode/Structured English5.Logical ModelsUnified Modeling Language (UML)6.Deployment and Implementation Methods7.Project Management8.Input Options9.