Planning, Design & Implementation

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Match the items on the right to the items on the left.
Five broad stages for the construction of a new system
This determines whether a quick fix to the existing system will do, or a new system is needed
Data collected directly
A statement about the needs of a new system
Organises a project by specifying who, what, how and when
A graphical means for organising tasks
A short report that analyses potential solutions and makes a recommendation, based upon a number of criteria
A factor that affects the system and may prevent it from being completed
General hardware configuration for the new system
A graphical method of representing a system using a single process together with inputs and outputs
A graphical method of representing a system through a number of processes as well as inputs, outputs and storage
A graphical method of representing both the flow of data and the logic of a system
An immediate change from the old system to the new
Using full versions of the old and the new system at the same time
Gradually implementing the new system
Trialling the new system in a few selected locations tosort out any difficulties
Modification of the system by making minor improvements
The relationship between people and thier work environment
'User-friendly' systems that allow people to achieve their goals without having to learn difficyult computer systems
Powerful systems that are often difficult for users to learn and work with
Injuries caused through the same actions repeated over and over again
People using their computers and other technology to work from home
When people retrain and learn new skills
People being placed in monotonous postions that only require a basic set of skills
A determination of whether a new system has been successful or not