Based on Contents from Chapter 10/11
(Please close up gaps between each question after answering the questions)
- What is the difference between a “dashboard” and a “scorecard”? Why is it important that managers know the difference between the two? What can they learn from each?(10 points)
The differences between dashboard and scorecard are:
Dashboard: (Answer below)
Scorecard: (Answer below)
Importance: (Answer below)
Utility: (Answer below)
- 2. The text book defined and described different methods that can be used to develop IT strategies. According to the text, what four (4) planning methods/models would you use to develop business/ IT strategies and applications for your own business? Define and explain your choices.(10 points)
(Four Models):ANS Below:
- According to the Real-World Solution in the chapter, the CIO/CPO of the Sloan Valve Companymentioned that although technology issues were challenging, it was really the people issues that were the most difficult. Why is this the case?(10 points).
- How can a company use change management to minimize the resistance and maximize the acceptance of changes in business and technology? Give several examples.(10 points)
Change management strategies:
System Development Video.
(After watching the video, also review the chapters addressing system development in textbook to assist in your response.
- Would prototyping have helped the Primis team? Why or why not? (10 points)
- What change management techniques did McGraw-Hill use to increase the chances of
success for the system? (10 points)
- If you were the project manager for Primis, what would you have done
differently? Explain your response. (10 points)