Concurrent Systems Development
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Concurrent Systems Development is a process by which information systems are rapidly developed in a user-oriented fashion through multiple iterations. The classic user lament about a new system is that it may be exactly what the user asked for, but is not what the user needs. The Concurrent Development approach tries to overcome this problem in a number of ways. It takes into consideration that the final product may bear only a passing resemblance to the initial request, and that the definition of what is needed develops over time. As users see each iteration of the system, their own vision of the problems and the solutions become clearer. Furthermore, it is the capability to produce a new iteration of the system quickly (in days rather than months) that makes the Concurrent Development approach effective. Finally, by combining these factors, a high-energy, responsive approach to systems development is realized.
120 minutes of self study plus 10 minutes to answer 10 questions for a total of 130 minutes.
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