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22) When systems are created rapidly, without a formal development methodology: A) end users can take over the work of IT specialists. B) the organization quickly outgrows the new system. C) hardware, software, and quality standards are less important. D) testing and documentation may be inadequate. 23) Fourth-generation tools cannot replace conventional development tools because they: 24) Management can control the development of end-user applications in part by: 25) If an organization's requirements conflict with the software package chosen and the package cannot be customized, the organization will have to: 26) "Hidden costs" such as ________ costs can easily undercut anticipated benefits from outsourcing. A) vendor selection B) hardware C) software D) employee salary 27) The process of creating workable information systems in a very short period of time is called: 28) This type of systems development is characterized by significantly speeding up the design phase and the generation of information requirements and involving users at an intense level. 29) The term structured , when discussing structured methodologies, refers to the fact that: 30) The primary tool for representing a system's component processes and the flow of data between them is the: A) data dictionary. B) process specifications diagram. C) user documentation. D) data flow diagram. 31) You are an IT project manager for an advertising firm. The firm wishes to create an online survey tool that will be used to survey focus group reactions to products in development. The most important consideration for the firm is being able to offer the tool as soon as possible as a new corporate service. However, you know that many of the senior managers that are business owners of this project have difficulty in understanding technical or 33
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software development issues, and are likely to change their requirements during the course of development. What development method would be most successful for this project?
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