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Work Breakdown Structure

Weeping Willows

Prepared by: Tommy Berard & Denny Houston Date: 3-28-2011

1. Survey Phase
1.1 Choose a company
1.2 Describe your client, its background and industry background "
1.3 Describe your contact person
1.4 Use PIECES framework to identify the IS problems within the company
1.5 Define the project scope
1.6 State project objectives
2. The System Analysis Phase
2.1 The modified and improved first deliverable
2.2 Transcribe Interviews
2.3 Complete PIECES framework
2.4 Constraints
2.5 List all current information systems hardware and software
2.6 Describe requirements for the proposed system
2.7 Construct a use-case diagram and a use-case narrative for the CURRENT
process.
2.8 Construct a use-case Ranking and Priority Matrix.
3. Process Modeling
3.1 Create the process models for the current AS-IS system
3.1.1 Functional Decomposition Diagram
3.1.2 Data Flow Diagrams (using Visible Analyst) - context level, level-0
(system) and at least TWO level-1 (primitive) DFDs are required at this
stage of the project.
3.2 Write a use-case narrative describing the details of the input, output and the
data requirements of EACH of the level-1 process models.

3. Level-0 (system).4.5. Generate Alternative Solutions and Write-up the Final System Proposal 4.3.6 Scope of Project 4.3.4.3 Description of fact finding activities 4. Model the TO-BE Models.4.4.3.3.6 Recommendation 4.5.5 Obstacles and Constraints 4.3.3.5.3.3.5 Description of problem to be solved 4.3.1 Client interview transcript(s) 4.7.3 Introduction to Company 4.2 Description of the existing process – use case analysis 4.3.context level.2 List of Fact Finding Techniques used 4.2 Write a use case narrative describing the input.3. Information Systems Requirements 4.3.3 Description of new process – use case analysis 4.3 Introduction 4.4.2 Table of Contents 4.4 Tools and Techniques Used 4.1 Purpose of Reports 4.3.5.3. output and the nature of all level-1" 4.4 Alternative solutions and feasibility analysis matrix 4.4 Description of solution generation process 4.3.1 PIECES framework 4.3.3.3.3.3..3.2 Survey and survey data .3.3.2 Structure of Reports 4.3.3.1 Create the process models for the TO-BE process .5.4.7.4 Background of project leading to this report 4.1 List of all current hardware/software/network technologies 4.3.1 Executive Summary 4.3. and all level-1 (primitive) DFDs for the TO-BE process 4.7 Appendixes 4.3.3.3 Prepare your Final Systems Proposal 4.

7.6 Use-Case narratives for the TO-BE process 5.6 Process Models (AS-IS and TO-BE) 5.5 Models of the new TO-BE process 4.9 Cost/Benefit Analysis of all alternatives with Feasibility Matrix 5.3.7.8 Presentation of 2 or more alternative solutions 5. Peer Evaluation .3 List of current hardware/software/network technologies in place 5.7.4 Statement of Problem/Opportunity 5.7 Discussion of differences in AS-IS and TO-BE models 5.2 Fact Finding Techniques 5.3.3.4 Use Case narratives for the AS-IS process 4.3 Models of the AS-IS process 4.1 Introduction 5. 4.7.5 Client requirements for improved/new process 5.3.10 Final Recommendation 6. Project Presentation 5.