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MIS STRATEGY

PLANNING

EBTERPRISE OBJECTIVE

ENTERPRISE STRATEGIES

APPRAISAL

DETERMINE THE ORG. COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES

DETERMINE PRESENT AND POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES

CHOICE

CONSIDER THE STRATEGIC OPTIONS

CHOOSE THE STRATEGY

IMPLEMENTATION

DEVELOP MEDIUM AND SHORT RANGE PLANS

DEVELOP THE ORG. STRUCTURE AND CLIMATE

CONTROL

EVALUATION OF STRATEGIES AND FEED BACK

Vision …..
 The vision is the starting point of strategic framework.  Where you want to be in future.

 That makes a difference in society. They have a vision that

how society could be or should be in future
 This vision is not they can achieve on their own. It is

something that guides in their work and which they believe, can be achieved if enough organizations share the vision and works towards it.

Example of vision…..
We strive to contribute to a society where every citizen has equal access to quality health care and is able to live in an environment which supports quality health for all.

Mission:
 Purpose of existence of your organization.

 The mission contains statements how you are going

to achieve the vision statement.
A mission statement have four components: What the organization or project is? What the organization or project aims to do or achieve? Who the work is aimed at( the target group), How it does it work(what methods it uses)

A mission statement is a statement of the organization’s reason for being, its purpose – what it wants to accomplish in the larger environment. (Kotler p.49).

Goal….
 Goals are general directions, that are not specific

enough to be measured.
 Think of the word "go." It has no end.
A good example is the signature line of the Star Trek television series: “Go where no one in has gone before."  You can't measure it, and you probably will never know if the goals were accomplished, because once humans have gone somewhere, we've been there, and there are still other places to go since the universe is infinite and has no end.

Objectives…..
 Objectives, on the other hand, are specific and

measurable.
 Think of the word "object." You can touch it, it's

there, it's actual, it's finite.
 A crystal-clear objective would read something like

this: "Our objective is to deliver X results by Y date at a cost of Z dollars." .

Think of the goals as the treasure at the top of a stairway, and the objectives as the stairs.

Establishing Objectives for Systems Development
 Systems development objectives should be

supportive of, and aligned with, organizational goals.  There are four kinds of objectives that should be considered: 


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Performance objectives. Cost objectives. Control objectives. Complexity objectives.

Role of system analyst:
Due to the various responsibilities that a system analyst requires to handle, he has to be multifaceted person with skills required at various stages of the life cycle. Technical know-how of the information system

Business knowledge Interpersonal skills As the analyst might have to develop any kind of a business system, he should be familiar with the general functioning of all kind of businesses. Such skills are required at various stages of development process for interacting with the users and extracting the requirements out of them.

Problem solving skills A system analyst should have enough problem solving skills for defining the alternate solutions to the system and also for the problems occurring at the various stages of the development process.

 Review of present system: Capabilities and shortcomings….

 Specifications of system requirements..(system planning)  Survey of system users…their information

needs….requirement analysis and specifications  Alternative system concept  Identify and investigate the problem and opportunities…  Feasibility study…rough estimates and cost, risk and ROI analysis.

In short researching, planning and recommending...
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