is the process of examining the technical, economic, and organizational pros and cons of developing a new system

1. (TCO 1) _____ is the process of examining the technical, economic, and organizational pros and cons of developing a new system. (Points : 3)
Committee approval
Feasibility analysis
Functionality determination
Risk analysis
System request

2. (TCO 1) The four phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle are _____. (Points : 3)
analysis, gathering, modeling, and diagramming
construction, installation, testing, and converting
designing, charting, formatting, and structuring
planning, analysis, design, and implementation
system request, feasibility, planning, and staffing

3. (TCO 1) Feasibility analysis examines several questions, including _____. (Points : 3)
“Can we build it?” (technical feasibility)
“Do we have the people to build it?” (human feasibility)
“If we build it, can our computers handle the load?” (operational feasibility)
“Can we get it done on time?” (schedule feasibility)
All of the above

4. (TCO 1) Which of the following analysis strategies is best? (Points : 3)
BPA
BPI
BPR
BPU
It depends on the situation.

5. (TCO 1) An explanation of the business capabilities of the information system is written in the _____ section of the system request. (Points : 3)
business need
business value
business requirements
project need
special issues

6. (TCO 1) Peter is the vice president of accounting and finance. For the past year, he has provided solely the resources necessary to get the just-in-time accounting system through the planning and analysis phases of the SDLC. Other managers have openly stated that the JIT system is not worth the investment. The SEC has just placed Peter under investigation for insider trading, and the board has asked him to resign. This project is failing _____ feasibility analysis. (Points : 3)
organizational
champion
functional
economic
technical

7. (TCO 1) The most comprehensive and complete deliverable(s) of the analysis phase is (are) the _____. (Points : 3)
project work plan
system proposal
behavioral models for the to-be system
functional models for the to-be system
structural models for the to-be system

8. (TCO 1) The principal disadvantage(s) with the waterfall development methodology is (are) that _____. (Points : 3)
a long time elapses between completion of the system proposal and the delivery of the system
it identifies system requirements long before programming begins
it minimizes changes to the requirements as the project proceeds
the design must be completely specified on paper before programming begins
a long time elapses between completion of the system proposal and the delivery of the system, and         the design must be completely specified on paper before programming begins

9. (TCO 1) The goal of this analysis strategy is to change the fundamental way the organization operates and to make major changes by taking advantage of new ideas, methods, and technologies. (Points : 3)
Business process automation
Business process benchmarking
Business process improvement
Business process reengineering
Business process systemization

10. (TCO 1) The project plan is the document that is used to _____. (Points : 3)
describe how the project team will go about developing the proposed system
outline the tasks to be addressed in developing the proposed system and develop a time estimate for        each task
outline the technical, economic, and organizational feasibility of the proposed system
summarize the business need and explain how the proposed system supports that need and creates        value
All of the above

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