University of Phoenix BSA/375
Mr. Jeffrey Mc Nickle
Riordan Manufacturing must acknowledge that the initiation of any project can get a black eye because of implementation problems. As such, they should realize that the major overall problem with implementation is that complexities associated with it, usually occurs when the solution is deployed. Hence, many of the details of implementation must be planned ahead of time. The HR & IT departments cannot start planning for implementation at the same time that the actually implementing is occurring.
It must be noted, that the implementation stage of this project is where all the information gathered in the prior phases begin to take on a shape. This phase will reflect the construction of the detailed project results, this is where things are done, and a momentum is kicked into gear via the preparation of many programmers, who will be busy writing codes, as contractors are constructing, and Systems Analyst are frantically involved in developing materials.
Diagram shows the six steps involved in the implementation phase.
The first activity involved in the implementation phase is the coding activity. Riordan
Manufacturing must now prepare for the designing of a system that puts into account all the information that was gathered during the prior 3 phases. Upon completion, the next sub activity required is for the programmers to commence the coding phase and to translate the design of the system into codes using the most appropriate and effective programming language.
For an authorized HRIS design, the objective of this coding phase is to implement the
HRIS structure in the best possible way. The coding phase will affect both the testing and maintenance activities profoundly. A set of strategically well written codes will reduce the testing and maintenance
References: www.Wikipedia.com http://www.tdktech.com/repeatable-processes