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Chapter 10 Using Your Knowledge:. Innovation In Practice (pgs. 158 & 415). Group A: Allyson Brito Anne-Katrin Strupp Jennifer Upadhyay Mariyam Hussain Noha Mahmoud Tatiana Castillo. MGS*3040*3. Phase 1: System Definition. Define goals and scope of the new info system:

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Chapter 10Using Your Knowledge:

Innovation In Practice

(pgs. 158 & 415)

Group A:

Allyson Brito

Anne-Katrin Strupp

Jennifer Upadhyay

Mariyam Hussain

Noha Mahmoud

Tatiana Castillo

MGS*3040*3


Phase 1: System Definition

  • Define goals and scope of the new info system:

    - Facilitate collaboration

    - Aid in decision making, problem solving &

    project management


Phase 1: System Definition

  • Better organized and more specific columns

  • Columns should only hold one item, so aimed search can be conducted

  • Data must be correct

  • Each number must be assigned to only one person

  • This will eliminate ambiguity


Phase 2: Requirements Analysis

  • Determine and document specific features and functions of new system

  • Each item must have a separate column

  • Search for single items should be as clear & easy as possible


Phase 3: Component Design

  • Each component is designed by:

    • Developing alternatives

    • Evaluating each alternative regarding requirements

    • Differently structured excel sheet or new software

  • One alternative is selected


Phase 3: Component Design

  • Alternative 1:


Phase 3: Component Design

  • Alternative 2:


Phase 3: Component Design

  • Alternative 3: Our choice


Phase 4: Implementations

  • Implementing the new system is a crucial step in the life cycle

  • Building components:

    • Testing

    • Integrating

    • Converting

  • Each piece must be developed separately


Phase 4: Implementations

  • Searching for data by:

    • Composer’s name

    • Name of student holding sheet music

    • Copy identifier number

  • New software:

    • Installed

    • Tested

  • When system proves satisfactory, user will convert


Phase 5: System Maintenance

  • Users try ‘beta’ prototype

  • Hardware still has a bugs and kinks to iron out

  • Beta testing allows users to report errors

  • Designers get feedback on what to fix and enhance the system’s performance


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