IT 304 Southern New Hampshire

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Competency

In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency:

  • Develop an implementation plan
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Scenario

As in the previous project, Millennia HealthCenter will be implementing a new software system. The system requirements specification (SRS) has been reviewed and approved by all stakeholders. At this stage in the process of implementing this system, you have been assigned the role of systems analyst. Now your job is to create the system’s implementation schedule and plan. As you develop this plan, you will also have to determine a life cycle for the system’s development because the team is undecided on which life cycle to choose.

Directions

  1. Review the business case that describes the implementation of a software system. It is the same case used in Project One.
    • Be sure to read through the entire case again. You want to avoid missing any valuable information that should be considered in an implementation plan.
  1. Review the feedback that you received from your instructor on Project One. You should use your SRS to make decisions on how you would implement the system.
  1. Develop an implementation schedule and plan for the software system outlined in the business case. You may use MS Project or Microsoft Excel to develop your schedule and insert it into the Implementation Plan Template, as it is part of your implementation plan. Your implementation schedule and plan must include the following:
    • An introduction that explains the purpose of the implementation plan and the overview of the system that is being implemented
    • The phases, such as:
      • Scope
      • Analysis
      • Requirements
      • Design
      • Development
      • Testing
      • Training
      • Documentation
      • Pilot
      • Deployment
      • Post implementation
    • The tasks that occur within a phase, such as:
      • Requirements
      • Responsibilities
      • Duties that need to be completed throughout the implementation process
    • The resources, such as:
      • Personnel involved with the project
      • Hardware and software needed
      • Proper training for personnel involved with the project
    • The durations and estimates to specify how long you think each task will take, such as:
      • Implementation time that it will take to complete each task
      • When each task is estimated to be completed, including start and finish dates
    • The task dependencies, such as:
      • Tasks that need to be completed prior to moving on to another task
      • Tasks that need to be completed at the same time (parallel tasking)
    • Two to three ways in which you will monitor performance of the system and the user experience, such as:
      • Access times that indicate a lag time
      • Help desk complaints and tickets
      • System downtime
      • System availability
      • Database inquiries

What to Submit

To complete this project, you must submit the following:

Implementation Plan
Upload your implementation plan, using the Implementation Plan Template, in .doc or PDF format. Your plan could include a graphic of your implementation schedule, which you can create using Microsoft Excel. If you’re unable to include your schedule in your plan, you should upload it as a separate file.

Supporting Materials

The following resources to finish and help complete this project is attached below.

– Project Two Implementation Plan Template

Use this template to complete Project Two. The template will guide you through all of the sections that you may find in a project’s implementation plan. This file will download as a .doc file onto your computer. As you make progress on it, be sure to save it every now and then.

– Project One Business Case

This resource is the same business case that you used to complete Project One. It emphasizes the importance of understanding the organization and the system that will be implemented. Without understanding the situational context, you will find it more difficult to have a solid understanding of how the system should be implemented.

– Project Two Personnel and Staffing Costs

This document includes a list of potential personnel that you might decide to employ on the project, plus the average costs of each role. This resource will help you develop a minimum budget.

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Overview

In this module, you learned that users of a new system and system analysts work together to develop and model the requirements of a system. You also learned that use case diagrams support the visualization of both requirements and design of a software system. Use case diagrams are considered to be high level to help stakeholders and users understand the system. Meanwhile, use case specifications are low level, and are intended to be used by the developers coding the program. For this activity, you will create use case diagrams and their use case specifications.

Prompt

Imagine you are an employee of a consulting firm. The consulting firm was hired to design a new system that will better automate how a patient checks into a patient care facility for medical services. Part of the consulting services that you will provide include developing use case diagrams and their use case specifications that demonstrate how the various actors will use the IT system. UML should be used to illustrate how the software solution should facilitate certain check-in/check-out services for a patient.

For this week’s activity, you will create:

  • Use Case Diagrams: The four use case diagrams must illustrate the check-in/check-out process of the patient at the clinic. They must include an identification of:
    • Actors
    • Relationships between the actors
    • System boundaries
  • Use Case Specifications: The four use case specifications must apply the features, functionality, and operations in the software solution mentioned in the business case.
  • All required use case diagrams and their use case specifications must be complete, without any missing components, as you will be graded on completion.

The four key services that you will create use case diagrams and use case specifications for are:

  • Capture patient information/reason for visit
  • Verify patient insurance
  • Capture patient copay
  • Schedule next appointment

The following resources can help you with your use case specifications:

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Competency

In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency:

  • Develop an implementation plan
Millennia HealthCenter logo

Scenario

As in the previous project, Millennia HealthCenter will be implementing a new software system. The system requirements specification (SRS) has been reviewed and approved by all stakeholders. At this stage in the process of implementing this system, you have been assigned the role of systems analyst. Now your job is to create the system’s implementation schedule and plan. As you develop this plan, you will also have to determine a life cycle for the system’s development because the team is undecided on which life cycle to choose.

Directions

  1. Review the business case that describes the implementation of a software system. It is the same case used in Project One.
    • Be sure to read through the entire case again. You want to avoid missing any valuable information that should be considered in an implementation plan.
  1. Review the feedback that you received from your instructor on Project One. You should use your SRS to make decisions on how you would implement the system.
  1. Develop an implementation schedule and plan for the software system outlined in the business case. You may use MS Project or Microsoft Excel to develop your schedule and insert it into the Implementation Plan Template, as it is part of your implementation plan. Your implementation schedule and plan must include the following:
    • An introduction that explains the purpose of the implementation plan and the overview of the system that is being implemented
    • The phases, such as:
      • Scope
      • Analysis
      • Requirements
      • Design
      • Development
      • Testing
      • Training
      • Documentation
      • Pilot
      • Deployment
      • Post implementation
    • The tasks that occur within a phase, such as:
      • Requirements
      • Responsibilities
      • Duties that need to be completed throughout the implementation process
    • The resources, such as:
      • Personnel involved with the project
      • Hardware and software needed
      • Proper training for personnel involved with the project
    • The durations and estimates to specify how long you think each task will take, such as:
      • Implementation time that it will take to complete each task
      • When each task is estimated to be completed, including start and finish dates
    • The task dependencies, such as:
      • Tasks that need to be completed prior to moving on to another task
      • Tasks that need to be completed at the same time (parallel tasking)
    • Two to three ways in which you will monitor performance of the system and the user experience, such as:
      • Access times that indicate a lag time
      • Help desk complaints and tickets
      • System downtime
      • System availability
      • Database inquiries

What to Submit

To complete this project, you must submit the following:

Implementation Plan
Upload your implementation plan, using the Implementation Plan Template, in .doc or PDF format. Your plan could include a graphic of your implementation schedule, which you can create using MS Project or Microsoft Excel. If you’re unable to include your schedule in your plan, you should upload it as a separate file.

Supporting Materials

The following resource(s) may help support your work on the project:

Business Case for Millennia HealthCenter
This resource is the same business case that you used to complete Project One. It emphasizes the importance of understanding the organization and the system that will be implemented. Without understanding the situational context, you will find it more difficult to have a solid understanding of how the system should be implemented.

Personnel and Staffing Costs
This document includes a list of potential personnel that you might decide to employ on the project, plus the average costs of each role. This resource will help you develop a minimum budget.

MS Project Professional
This resource will help you navigate through MS Project. If you decide to use MS Project, it is recommended that you use the Software Development Plan.

Microsoft Excel
This resource will help you navigate through Excel. Since there is no set template, you will have to be sure you include all of the requirements of the implementation plan.

Implementation Plan Template
Use this template to complete Project Two. The template will guide you through all of the sections that you may find in a project’s implementation plan. This file will download as a .doc file onto your computer. As you make progress on it, be sure to save it every now and then.

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Overview

Imagine that you are a systems analyst on the project team that is developing an IT system for Millennia HealthCenter, as described in the business case you saw earlier in this course. The same team is almost finished developing the system, and is about to start the testing phase. Before the team starts on the testing tasks, you have been asked to create the system test plan. Your test plan will ensure that all features within the developed solution have been validated. The plan will also ensure that when the system is tested in the future, what has been tested and all test results have been documented.

Prompt

To ensure that your test plan will test the functionality of the system in the projects, you should refer to the activities you completed in Module Two and Module Four, as well as Project One in Module Five. Reviewing the business case, use case diagrams, use case specifications, and system requirements specification can help you have a better idea as to what kind of testing needs to be prioritized.

Your test plan should include the following components:

  • Detailed test procedures, including how each testing task will be completed
  • Who will participate in each testing phase
  • Task dependencies within the testing phase, including when each testing task will be completed
  • What test data will be used

This test plan will be used to check the system for readiness. After you have developed your test plan, write a brief reflection on making ethical decisions in the testing phase by thoroughly answering one of the following questions:

  • If you found out that there were bugs in the system after completing several testing tasks, what would you do?
  • If you found some small problems with the system, what would you do?
  • What are the ethical dilemmas if you don’t complete the test plan prior to system launch?

You can use this Test Plan template to complete this activity, or you can create your own test plan. Something to keep in mind is that different industries and organizations will have their own templates, whether that’s for test plans, implementation plans, requirements specifications, etc.

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