FSUProject Management ch 2

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Deals with how the organization is structured (usually depicted in an organizational chart) and focuses on different groups’ roles and responsibilities to meet the goals and poli
Sets of interacting components working within an environment to fulfill some purpose
A method for software development that uses new approaches, focusing on close collaboration between programming teams and business experts
An overall model for thinking about things as systems
A product or service, such as a technical report, a training session, a piece of hardware, or a segment of software code, produced or provided as part of a project
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A set of shared assumptions, values, and behaviors that characterize the functioning of an organization
Taking a holistic view of an organization to effectively handle complex situations
Outsourcing from another country
A collection of project phases, such as concept, development, implementation, and close-out
A software development approach used when requirements cannot be clearly expressed early in the life cycle
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A problem-solving approach that requires defining the scope of the system to be studied and then dividing it into its component parts for identifying and evaluating its problems, o
An organizational structure in which employees are assigned to both functional and project managers
The first two phases in a project (concept and development) that focus on planning
A senior manager who acts as a key proponent for a project
Management review that should occur after each project phase to determine if projects should be continued, redirected, or terminated; also called a kill point
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A holistic and analytical approach to solving complex problems that includes using a systems philosophy, systems analysis, and systems management
Management review that should occur after each project phase to determine if projects should be continued, redirected, or terminated; also called a phase exit
Addressing the business, technological, and organizational issues associated with creating, maintaining, and making changes to a system
An organizational structure that groups people by functional areas such as information technology, manufacturing, engineering, and human resources
Focuses on the symbols, meanings, and culture of an organization
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A software development approach used when the scope of the project can be clearly articulated and the schedule and cost can be accurately predicted
Addresses organizational and personal politics
A group of senior executives from various parts of the organization who regularly review important corporate projects and issues
Focuses on producing harmony between the needs of the organization and the needs of people
Competition between groups or individuals for power and leadership
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An organizational structure that groups people by major projects, such as specific aircraft programs
A framework for describing the phases involved in developing and maintaining information systems
When an organization acquires goods and/or sources from an outside source
A group of individuals who work across time and space using communication technologies
The last two phases in a project (implementation and close-out) that focus on delivering the actual work

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