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The DEFINE-DESIGN-BUILD Process
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Core Techniques: Joint Application Design Process Mapping Deliverables: 1. Business goal for system to accomplish 2. System performance requirements 3. Conceptual system design 4. Project objectives 5. Cost/benefit analysis 6. Detailed plan and budget for DESIGN phase
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Core Techniques: Joint Application Design Process Modeling Data Modeling System Prototyping Deliverables: 1. Detailed design of new business process 2. System data model 3. System prototype 4. Detailed plan and budget for BUILD phase
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Core Techniques: Object Oriented Design & Programming System Test & Roll Out
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Deliverables: 1. A working system 2. System technical documentation 3. Complete set of operating instructions
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activities. Allocate only a certain amount of time and money to each of the three steps. People learn to manage the scope and pace of the work to meet their due dates and budgets. Set the scope and pace of work in each step of the project to conform to the time and budget constraints shown in Exhibit 3.7. If a step in the sequence is not completed in a timely manner, the process and the project itself is in danger of breaking down. People must stay on track. These constraints provide the implicit guidance to keep
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project teams from wandering too far off course or getting in over their heads. A Small Set of Techniques The activities in each of the three steps can be accomplished by using an appropriate combination of just a few of techniques. I call this small set the core techniques because they are the basic techniques that every systems developer should understand and be able to use. Regardless of the specific technology being used and regardless of the specific business process being addressed, these core techniques remain relevant and applicable. The set of six core techniques are: 1. Joint Applications Design An inclusive process that combines ideas from both business and technical people to create new system designs. 2. Process Mapping Exploring and mapping out business workflows. 3. Data Modeling Defining the data used by business workflows. 4. System Prototyping A way to model and validate both the user interface and the technical architecture of a system. 5. Object-Oriented Design & Programming Designing and specifying the structure and working logic of software that will be created. 6. System Test & Roll Out Testing, training, and implementation of new systems. These techniques are well known in the IT profession so training and reference materials are widely available. People on project teams must be able to apply an appropriate combination of these techniques as needed within the time boxes defined for each step of the Define-Design-Build process. Combinations of the core techniques create the agile tactics needed to develop systems within the short time frames required to support organizations in high-change environments.
the core techniques
This section takes a look at the application of the six core techniques and how their use drives the Define-Design-Build process. Every CIO must be
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familiar with these techniques. Although CIOs do not perform the actual work of developing new systems, they must be conversant with the proper application of these core techniques to lead their organizations effectively. Just as the game of basketball relies on use of techniques such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, the game of developing information systems depends on its own set of basic techniques. The CIO can objectively measure the skill levels of IT project teams by how capably team members apply these techniques. By skillfully applying these techniques in combinations most appropriate to different situations, an agile project team can always produce competent and sometimes even brilliant results. CIOs must see to it that their people are trained in these techniques and that every project team has people skilled in applying the right mix of these techniques to succeed with their project. Joint Application Design The joint application design or JAD technique enables a project leader to create an inclusive process that brings together the knowledge and insights of all the team members. The JAD techniques lay down a set of rules that govern how the team leader leads, how team members interact, and how the team approaches problems. These rules stimulate the creative problemsolving abilities of the team and allow the team to generate a stream of ideas that then become the raw material from which the system design emerges. JAD is a direct response to the overwhelming complexity of the design tasks that we face in business today. People individually analyzing parts of a problem either alone or in isolated groups cannot develop competent or adequate system designs on a consistent basis. However, using the JAD rules, project teams with the appropriate mix of business and technical people can come up with competent system designs every time. A basic set of JAD ground rules is shown in the following list: Attendance of all team members is expected. If any team member cannot be at a JAD session, then reschedule the session. Check your baggage at the door. Everyone has a stack of problems and personal issues. Leave them out of the JAD session. Start and end sessions on time. Everyone is busy these days so treat the time spent in JAD sessions as valuable and respect people s schedules.