Flashcards in Quiz 1 Deck (12)
Choose an appropriate statement for methodologies in Information Systems.
Methodologies: Comprehensive, multiple-step approaches to systems development
Deliverables of the Analysis phase should include:
To-Be Use Cases
As-Is Process Flows
One of the criticisms of the traditional SDLC is that it focuses on milestone deadlines, leading to too little focus on doing good analysis and design.
The skills required of a systems analyst apply to only parts of the SDLC.
An information system is a set of interrelated business components that collect, process, store,
create, ____________ and produce information.
Tools are typically computer programs that make it easier to use and benefit from techniques and to faithfully follow the guidelines of the overall development methodology.
Agile methods would be more likely to be employed instead of a more engineering-based approach when the project or team is relatively small.
________ is the fourth phase of the SDLC in which the information system is coded, tested, installed, and supported in the organization.
In the systems development life cycle, it is possible to complete some activities in one phase in parallel with some activities of another phase.
An organizational approach to systems analysis and design is driven by methodologies, _________ and tools.
The business case should not include any type of justification for the project about to occur, since no one knows what's going to happen.