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    sunday mbiam Nigeria Project management is about the organization and directing of people, resources and tools towards helping a group achieve its objectives/goals within budget and schedule. The Investigation is the most important phase in PM Just and just as in line management, organizational ability is key for every project. To succeed with any project, one must keep the objectives in mind at all times My favourite part of learning and the case study on this particular. It was great
    2015-04-22 15:04:03

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria Although the new information system has now been put in place, it is important that we evaluate the system and continue to monitor its performance
    2015-04-14 14:04:56

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh What Are the Types of Documentation?
    2015-04-08 00:04:17

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh The systems development life cycle (SDLC), while undergoing numerous changes to its name and related components over the years, has remained a steadfast and reliable approach to software development. Although there is some debate as to the appropriate number of steps, and the naming conventions thereof, nonetheless it is a tried-and-true methodology that has withstood the test of time. This paper discusses the application of the SDLC in a 21st century health care environment. Specifically, it was utilized for the procurement of a software package designed particularly for the Home Health component of a regional hospital care facility. We found that the methodology is still as useful today as it ever was. By following the stages of the SDLC, an effective software product was identified, selected, and implemented in a real-world environment. Lessons learned from the project, and implications for practice, research, and pedagogy, are offered. Insights from this study can be applied as a pedagogical tool in a variety of classroom environments and curricula including, but not limited to, the systems analysis and design course as well as the core information systems (IS) class. It can also be used as a case study in an upper-division or graduate course describing the implementation of the SDLC in practice.
    2015-04-08 00:04:54

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America explain how it important Information system ?
    2015-04-06 18:04:04

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America Information sustem is very important for us .
    2015-04-06 18:04:34

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    Caroline Omoro Kenya Can the evaluation phase assist to make future projections in the SDLC system?
    2015-04-06 11:04:16

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    Caroline Omoro Kenya The evaluation phase will help highlight successes while addressing challenges
    2015-04-06 11:04:13

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    Mohammad Ghufran Afghanistan Excellent educational module,
    2015-04-02 07:04:08

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    JUSTICE YEBUAH Ghana good work done by the team it has been very educating
    2015-04-02 02:04:08

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    ELIZABETH OBADIAH Nigeria A very nice and educating module.
    2015-03-29 08:03:31

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    Samuel Kofi Odoi Ghana The detailed investigation of the system is carried out in accordance with the objectives of the proposed system. This involves detailed study of various operations performed by a system and their relationships within and outside the system. During this process, data are collected on the available files, decision points and transactions handled by the present system. Interviews, on-site observation and questionnaire are the tools used for detailed system study. Using the following steps it becomes easy to draw the exact boundary of the new system under consideration: Keeping in view the problems and new requirements Workout the pros and cons including new areas of the system All the data and the findings must be documented in the form of detailed data flow diagrams (DFDs), data dictionary, logical data structures and miniature specifications. It includes planning for the new system, analysis of requirement, system constraints, functions and proposed system architecture, prototype of the proposed system and its analysis.
    2015-03-27 04:03:44

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    Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone good module
    2015-03-26 08:03:40

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    Dubem Obukwelu Nigeria Project management is about the organization and directing of people, resources and tools towards helping a group achieve its objectives/goals within budget and schedule. The Investigation is the most important phase in PM Just and just as in line management, organizational ability is key for every project. To succeed with any project, one must keep the objectives in mind at all times My favourite part of learning and the case study on this particular. It was great
    2015-03-24 21:03:29

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    CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria you guys are great
    2015-03-24 11:03:58

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    CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria this is a very nice course and i so love the atmosphere for learning. kudos alison
    2015-03-24 11:03:44

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    Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone End of project
    2015-03-24 08:03:54

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    Smritee Ranjan Dhamai Bangladesh Learned so much...
    2015-03-23 08:03:33

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    Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria It is nice.
    2015-03-22 21:03:35

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    Odongo Moses Uganda This is the causes of all these problems? Extreme delays, extreme budget, over run, inadequate results, dissatisfied customers, high stress among the project team other like undesirable out comes. Project are characterized by the four future.  A group of people  A group of project goal  Limited time  Money  Uncertain level uncertainty regarding the set goals will be achieved  Political factor plays particularly important role in non-profit making organization. This make it more difficult to succeed in the project.  Other risk factors like fire, insecurity, natural ,disaster, pests and diseases
    2015-03-21 16:03:37

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