Five building blocks for successful change A wareness D esire K nowledge A

Five building blocks for successful change a wareness

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Five building blocks for successful change A wareness D esire K nowledge A bility R einforcement To support the change To participate and engage What to change How to implement new skills and behaviors To implement the change To demonstrate performance To sustain the change To build a culture and competence around change Of the need to change Of the nature of the change
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 14 Information System Audit: 3 key areas of concern Information System Audit: 3 key areas of concern S.Anantha Sayana : Volume-1/Pages/The-IS-Audit-Process.aspx Availability Will systems be available for the business at all times when required? Are systems well protected against all types of losses and disasters? Confidentiality Will information in the system be disclosed only to those who need it? Integrity Will the information provided in the system always be accurate, reliable and timely? What ensures that no unauthorized modifications? Week 3 Information System Audit & Quality Assurance
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 15 Risk Based Approach Risk Based Approach A useful approach where cost prevents auditing all aspects of a system Order priorities on basis of risk Risk can affect various systems differently Non availability of a system Compare Restaurant booking system with Company Blog Unauthorised access to a system Compare Online Banking with Hair Salon booking system
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 16 Characteristics of professional writing Characteristics of professional writing Clarity Clear structure. Logical arrangement Simple but complete explanations Precision No ambiguity or confusion Uses words with precise meaning Objectivity Statements supported by evidence Avoids exaggeration or emotive statements Brevity Effective and efficient Avoids being ‘longwinded’, stating the obvious E = mc 2 Report Week 4 Written Communication & Oral Communication
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 17 Aspects of an oral presentation Aspects of an oral presentation 1. The Message 2. Structure 3. Timing 4. Physical factors 5. Personal factors 6. Visuals - Powerpoint
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 18 Benefits of using styles and templates Benefits of using styles and templates Templates define the ‘typography’ for a your document You can use the same template over and over again Consistency Flexibility Productivity Week 5 Project Management
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 19 Type of Research 1 Type of Research 1 Type Purpose Time frame Degree of control Examples Experi- mental Test for cause/ effect relationships current High Comparing two types of treatments for anxiety. Quasi- experi- mental Test for cause/ effect relationships without full control Current or past Moderate to high Gender differences in visual/spatial abilities
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INFO5990 Lecture 13A - 20 Four most common reasons for project failure Four most common reasons for project failure Incomplete project requirements (10%)
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