Using Resource Constraints to Control the Incremental Development of Large Scale MIS Projects

Using Resource Constraints to Control the Incremental Development of Large Scale MIS Projects

Suleiman K. Kassicieh (The University of New Mexico, USA) and Robert S. Tripp (The University of New Mexico, USA)
Copyright: © 1989 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/irmj.1989040103
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Abstract

Incremental MIS design and development methodologies have received limited attention in the MIS literature. This paper describes incremental methodologies appropriate for very large scale MIS developments which can cost millions of dollars and take years to develop. This paper describes a “resource constrained” implementation planning process designed to control both the costs of incremental projects and the functional evolution of the system. The paper also discusses how the process was used in a very large scale system development.

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