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Questions Answered by Strategy for Successful Development of Business Information Systems

  • What are the key causes for business information system failure?
     
  • Why is the traditional approach most likely to cause failure?
     
  • How can you break the requirements-analysis-paralysis cycle?
     
  • How can you stop building stove-pipes and start building enterprise solutions?
     
  • How can you stop implementation contractors from delivering what’s not needed?
     
  • Why is the data-driven approach so much better than the process-driven approach?
     
  • Have can you stop packages from being such big, costly, unmodifiable let downs?
     
  • How do you know which business information systems to do and in which sequence?
     
  • Have can you make prototypes fast, efficient and effective?
     
  • How can you have a quality-engineered and proven approach?
     
  • How can you have an approach that’s data-driven and employs prototypes?
     
  • How can you have an approach that keeps “requirement's organizations” in the driver's seat?
     
  • How can you have an approach that integrates business information system planning?
     
  • How can you have an approach that’s builds re-usable, integrated, non-redundant metadata?
     
  • How can you have an approach that integrates project management?
     
  • How can you have an approach that's reasonable to implement and has very high-value?

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