be filled with higher ranked people who would be able to make better decisions. The down side to a committee could be that the department would work on those system request that come within their department before working on the other department’s request, which in the long run could cause issues and make other department’s fall behind. Another down side to it would be more paper work for higher rank people. 3. I have to draft a project scope statement for the TIMS system and describe the constraints. She said to identify each one by its type, timing, and urgency. SCR is going to open a training program called TIMS (Training Information Management System) in six months. Constraints: In the future, the program must be able to offer online registration for courses- future, internal, and mandatory. TIMS must be able to interface with the accounting system. Present, internal, and mandatory. 4. I need to identify the people I want to interview to learn more about the new training activity and prepare a list of the questions I will ask. I will include open-ended, close-ended, and range- of-response questions during each interview.
The people that I will interview will include: Jesse Baker, System Analysts Shelly Grant, Project Management Group Questions. 1. How can we make the TIMS program easier to navigate? 2. In what ways can we make the TIMS program user friendly? 3. What IT training courses have you currently taken? 4. Would you recommend this program to other people? 5. How will the TIMS program work? 6. Which courses are least interesting to you?
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