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CIS 321 DeVry All Week Discussions
CIS 321 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 1 Latest
Who are the typical system stakeholders (the key players), and what are their unique roles?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 2 Latest
Seventy percent or more of information system projects have failed to meet the needs of users and have
exceeded budgetary limits. Why do you think this is? What can the systems analyst do to increase the
probability of having a successful project?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 1 Latest
Compare and contrast the PM life cycle with the SDLC. Why is project management different from normal
CIS 321 DeVry Week 2 Discussion Latest
What are the challenges in analyzing a system? What are some of the components in analyzing a system
so that it has a high degree of success or is found unfeasible? Why would a system project fail?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 1 Latest
Finding the requirements for a new system or a redeveloped system is a major undertaking and a very
high priority. What are some of the techniques in discovering the requirements (fact finding) for a system?
Which ones work best? Which ones are the most economical? Where in the SDLC do we most commonly
search for requirements?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 2 Latest
We will focus on the way to build the first diagram in the process model called a context data flow
diagram (CDFD). Give an example of how process modeling might be beneficial? How does creating the
CDFD benefit IT system development and the user?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 1 Latest
Discuss the importance and usefulness of data modeling in the analysis phase. How do we know what
data we need to model?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 2 Latest
What steps can you go through to ensure that you are including all of the necessary data in your model?
How are the techniques of data modeling applied to problem statements?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 1 Latest
In this discussion, we will focus on the way to build process models and discuss their technical aspects.
Give an example of how process modeling might be beneficial, whether specifically for an IT system
development project or not. How are logical process modeling techniques used in detailed systems
CIS 321 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 2 Latest
This week, we will continue to work on how to create good ER diagrams. More sample problems will be
introduced and demonstrated. The emphasis will be on many-to-many relationships. Why do we need an
associative table for many-to-many relationships?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 1 Latest
What is a feasibility analysis? Please share an example of feasibility analysis that is not IT related (or
even one that is IT related if you want to). Show how that experience relates to one or more of the
feasibility tests for operational, technical, schedule, or economic feasibility described in Chapter 11.
CIS 321 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 2 Latest
What is the difference between systems analysis and systems design? What are some of the different
As a culminating exercise, what key aspects did you learn regarding the creation, analysis, and
management of information systems? How will this impact your future? What thoughts or issues were
developed that require further exploration?
CIS 321 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 2 Latest
Explain the purpose of testing. Explain how tests are performed at different levels in the system, such as
stub testing, unit testing, integration testing, system testing, and parallel and user acceptance tests.