SDLC methodology and tools presented in the course..solved

SDLC methodology and tools presented in the course..solved

Your Learning Team will prepare a paper that applies the SDLC methodology and tools presented in the course. The primary goal is to apply workflow and process management concepts in addressing specific needs of a selected functional area. Assume both parts are presented to an executive management committee. The paper must reflect professional preparation.

Your Learning Team will submit a 4,200- to 5,600-word paper due in Week Five. At minimum, the paper must include the following:

· Business objectives with supporting measures of project success
· Description of current business process or systems with identification of project scope and boundaries
· Any project constraints: financial, time, resources, organizational policies, or culture
· Business functional requirements
· A description of new business process or systems; utilize process objectives model and system objectives model
· Design requirements: input/output design, interface design, data model, network model
· A cost/benefit analysis

This cumulative project is due in Week Five. Each week, your team works on a different section of the plan. The team will submit a draft of your work for the week and a team progress report to your facilitator each week. The weekly progress report will reflect the team’s progress as listed in the following weekly breakdown.

Week One

Review the SDLC Final Project requirements.

Week Two

Resource: Service Request pf-001 for Patton-Fuller Community Hospital located on the student website.

Review the Service Request pf-001 for Patton-Fuller Community Hospital.

Define the scope of the project. Identify the associated stakeholders and the preliminary assignments and tasks for each member. Create a detailed outline for each section.

Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word draft of the first section of the SDLC Final Project. Include the following:

· Statement of scope and goals

o Specify what functions are included in the project.

· Supporting measures for success

o Specify tangible measures for determining the relative degree of success of the completed project. Measures must correlate with goals specified in the first section.

· Summary of project feasibility

o Include specific operational, technical, and economic feasibility analysis. Operational and technical issues must specify how each issue is addressed. The economic analysis must include specific benefit and cost areas.

· Current business process summary

o Provide a flowchart and a separate high-level logical data flow diagram of the process.

· Proposed system requirement list

o List specific individual requirement needs in measurable and objective terms.

Develop slides matching this content.

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Team Progress Report

Submit your first-segment draft and the Team Progress Report to your facilitator as separate documents.

Week Three

Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word draft of the second section of your SDLC Final Project. Include the following:

· Determination of requirements

o Identify specific analysis methods, used to determine user needs.

· List of confirmed requirements

o Categorize each system requirement identified for last week’s assignment as mandatory or optional.

· Proposed system process view

o Provide a flowchart of the proposed process.

· Functional allocation modeling

o Specify how each proposed system function would be allocated in terms of required hardware, software, and human-computer interface (HCI).

· Logical system model

o Provide a high-level logical data flow diagram of the proposed system.

· Preliminary design model

o Provide a diagram illustrating the overall logical information architecture.

· Design trade-off approach

o Specify tradeoffs among cost, schedule, and performance. A fast and inexpensive solution may not adequately address performance requirements.

· Detailed design process and specifications

o Specify separate recommended decisions for software design, hardware, and networks. Include a resolution of HCI considerations.

· Physical system model

o Illustrate the recommended decisions in matching information architecture diagrams.

Develop slides matching the new content.

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Team Progress Report.

Submit your second-section draft and the Team Progress Report to your facilitator as separate documents.

Week Four

Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word draft of the third section of your SDLC Final Project. Include the following:

· Testing process summary

o Define a test plan or script identifying major software functionality and hardware to be tested with required outcomes.

· Installation process and training plan summary

o Provide a timeline identifying specific steps, including training, and related resources required to implement the recommended system. Include a narrative explanation with a discussion of effects of project constraints—such as time, conversion method, and so forth—and a description of the recommended plan.

· Documentation plan summary

o Specify and explain each type of documentation, which is required for ongoing technical and user support of the proposed system.


Develop slides matching the new content.

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Team Progress Report.

Submit your third-section draft and the Team Progress Report to your facilitator as separate documents.

Week Five

Write a 350- to 700-word draft of the final section of the SDLC Final Project that covers the support and maintenance plan summary

· Provide a plan outlining responsibilities and related resources necessary to support and maintain the proposed system, such as software, hardware, and networks.

Combine this and the previous sections into a single 4,200- to 5,600-word paper, making any changes noted in prior feedback

Create a 10- to 12- slide PowerPoint Presentation overview of your final project.

Include detailed speaker notes.

Submit the SDLC Final Proje
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