Strategy for Successful Development of Business Information Systems
The Strategy for Successful Development of Business Information Systems is about 250 pages. Its contents were engineered to address the vexing problem of gathering and prototyping requirements quickly and sufficiently enough so that by the time an business information system was implemented the users needs were still valid.
This book provides a 9-step approach including screen shots of actually accomplishing requirements, prototyping, business information system generation, and requirements revision.
This book provides:
1) An In-depth Exploration of Current Development Strategies and Why They Do Not Work
2)A Counter Strategy that Ensures Both Business Information Success and Overall Enterprise Success
3)Outlines of the Environmental Components for Best Results
4)A Details, Example-Driven 9-Step Approach for a Single Information System; Including a Requirements Revision Cycle
5)A Strategy to Use the Results of the 9-Step Approach to Construct Enterprise Wide Information System Plan
6)A Holistic Approach for Business information System Projects and Management Across the Enterprise
7) And much, much more.
The book's author is Michael M. Gorman.
Gorman is an Industry Leader for Data Management Standards & Secretary of the Database Languages Committee since 1978.