Developing computer-based information systems
Management problems in the development process. The systems requirements phase The system design phase. Design and production of computer programs. Personnel and organizational design. Design and production of system procedures. Design and production of the training program. The installation phse. System testing and evaluation. Retrospect.
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INTRODUCTION P E Rosove
MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT
THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS PHASE P E Rosove
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