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Week Three Project Questions 1.Did your client make changes to your initial system overview graphic, prototypes, or scope? 2.What was your client’s response to your evaluation table? 3.Did your client help you complete your Functional Requirements priorities Table, when you discussed the draft version due today (Exercise 11) ? 4.What did client say about web flow diagram, risk analysis, & non-functional requirements summary? 5.Did you share your Use Cases?
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  • 1 Class 12: Exam Review  Client project  Exam review -- check list for client project  Client project work time and Q & A
  • 2 Client Project Time Line Reminders By Monday Set Project Charter meeting with clients and profs (Guidelines p. 6) Also Next Week Week after 10/27–10/31 Class Mon/Wed Project Charter meetings; no classes
  • 3 Week Three Project Questions 1.Did your client make changes to your initial system overview graphic, prototypes, or scope? 2.What was your client’s response to your evaluation table? 3.Did your client help you complete your Functional Requirements priorities Table, when you discussed the draft version due today (Exercise 11) ? 4.What did client say about web flow diagram, risk analysis, & non-functional requirements summary? 5.Did you share your Use Cases?
  • 4 Client Project Team Roles  Warning: client needs to feel that every team member is on board What meeting process & roles are best? Weekly 7-person meetings? What fits your client?
  • 5 Visit client by area of expertise Inception Phase
  • 6 Client Project Team Roles Different client situation – weekly 6-person meetings.  Warning: client needs to feel that every team member is on board
  • 7 Split by team roles Inception Phase
  • 8 Meeting agenda clearly shows team roles
  • 9 Functional Phases & Agenda match
  • 10 Functional Phases & Early releases Go live internally for early Beta Test ?
  • 11 On the exam and for your project Keys to success:  ADCR loops in every phase  Functional Phases Break the project up into meaningful pieces.  Simultaneous Phases Reduce the cost of bottle necks.  Early releases Fail early. Delivered is better than perfect.
  • 12 Class 12: Exam Review  Client project  Exam review -- check list for client project  Client project work time and Q & A
  • 13 Exam 1 Review  Format  What to bring  Coverage – text resources  Coverage – skills list 1 – 9  Q & A – exam specific  Q & A – work time for CP team
  • 14 Exam 1  Format Case situation plus 4-5 “problems” or “questions" (This is the same format as the sample exam on the class website)  What to Bring 1. pen or pencil (optional: highlighters) 2. One 8 1/2 x 11 page with notes on one or both sides; must be hand-written No photocopying on your page, it will be taken up in class.
  • 15 Coverage – Summary of Skills  Given a case study, be able to: 1. Complete a Stakeholders Table, a Functional Requirements Priorities Table, a Non-functional Requirements Summary, and an Organizational Impact Analysis. 2.Complete a Root Cause Analysis from symptoms to performance criteria (aka measurable objectives). 3.Create a data flow diagram, context diagram, system overview graphic, and use case diagram. 4.Create milestone lists, network diagrams, & Gantt charts appropriate for managers and developers.
  • 16 Coverage – Summary of Skills  Given a case study, be able to: 5.Recommend & justify phasing strategies for developing systems (like your Group Project 2, ASTA and other examples presented in the class slides and the Reading for Scope Management).  Low hanging fruit OR most critical earlier in timeline 6.Justify and plan for (a) an Inception Phase; or (b) a Construction Iteration; or (c) an entire development process. Be sure you know what activities are appropriate for these different parts of the SDLC. Know the objectives and techniques of each phase. (This could require a network diagram or Gantt chart or strategy explanation for the case situation.)
  • 17 Coverage – Summary of Skills  Given a case study, be able to: 7.Analyze risk and recommend risk reduction strategies. 8.Create and use an System Evaluation Table for decisions. 9.Given a problem or solution, be able to use one of the frameworks presented in class to suggest solutions, raise concerns, or critique a solution. (Frameworks: risk analysis, non-functional requirements, organizational impact, scope-cost- schedule. Example: Susie thinks the best payoff for this project is improving operations efficiency. Do you agree? Why or why not?)
  • 18 Note on Forms Forms will be provided as required. A Gantt chart form will definitely be provided for the Gantt chart problem. Forms might not be provided for a question covering knowledge areas that are background for these skills. (For example: “What are 3 major risks for XYZ?”)
  • 19 Sample Exam Posted Q 3. Risk reduction: the risk is lack of commitment of a major user category (the Acquisition and Sales Clerks). Q 4. Organizational Impact – Form provided. X No form for this sample risk analysis question.
  • 20 Coverage – What is not on the Exam 1.Specific information about the text cases or in-class cases (ASTA case, Latinitas case, CapEx, etc.) 2.Titles or references. ASTA CapEx XX
  • 21 Recommendation for Studying 1.Create draft copies for your client project for all the techniques covered on the exam. 2.Compare your work with client project team members as a way to check your understanding of exam 1 skills as well as create your delivery materials for client meetings and reports. * 3.Print the sample Exam 1 on the class web site and check your answers against the sample answers. (On Schedule page row for today.) *Client Project tip: If you are missing information for an analysis technique, add a task to your agenda for your next client meeting to discuss with your client.
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