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  1. Systems Planning and Project Planning: Is Integration Needed? One of the weaknesses in our current SDLC methodologies is the isolation of system design and project management practice Paul H. Rosenthal California State University, Los Angeles

  2. The Poor Status of IT Governance I. Low Usage of Experienced Designers Project Failure reasons stable for 50 years II. Need for Integrated Design • 44% of technology projects are PARTIAL Successes • Our Status Score: C- • The Integration of system design and project management practice can help solve this problem The Standish Group Report

  3. Quality of our Systems and Project Planning * Our Professional level Project Planning is not this Bad

  4. An Approach to Integrated Systems & Project Planning

  5. 1- Logical systems analysis (Initiation - find the underlying problem)

  6. My Take on the Underlying Problems • Simplistic Physical Design • Typical charting methods do not present true scope and complexity of the systems • All stakeholders do not understand both WHAT and HOW • Lack of Design/Cost-Benefit Iteration • Management, technical, staffing , and financial participants in design cannot properly participate in the iterative cost-benefit process

  7. Logical Systems Design Process

  8. The Physical Design Methodology For TPS, a physical design is created from a DFD based logical design, by separating processes and data stores by: time (daily vs. monthly, day vs. night ...), place (client or server, centralized vs. distributed...), online vs. batch, manual vs. automated, etc.

  9. A Physical System Design

  10. Physical Project Design

  11. Will Integration Solve these Problems?