Modern Systems Analysis and Design Fourth Edition Jeffrey A. Hoffer Joey F. George Joseph S. Valacich. Chapter 5 Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects. Learning Objectives. Describe steps involved in project initiation and planning.
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Modern Systems Analysisand DesignFourth EditionJeffrey A. Hoffer Joey F. GeorgeJoseph S. Valacich
Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects
Statement of Work (SOW) is a “contract” between the IS staff and the customer regarding deliverables and time estimates for a system development project.
System Service Request (SSR) is a form requesting development or maintenance of an information system. It includes the contact person, a problem statement, a service request statement, and liaison contact information.
Benefits that can be measured in dollars and with certainty
PVn = present value of Ydollars n years from now based on a discount rate of i.
NPV = sum of PVs across years.
Calculates time value of money.
High technical familiarity mitigates risk due to project size and structure. Low familiarity increases risk.
Baseline Project Plan (BPP) is a document intended primarily to guide the development team.
Project Scope statement is part of the BPP introduction. to guide the development team.
Context level is a top level data flow diagram. Data flow diagrams are covered in Chapter 7.
Structured walkthrough form to guide the development team.