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Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis

 

Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study.  Refer to the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report.

Overview

As a business analyst in the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO's) department of Chesapeake IT Consulting (CIC), you have been assigned to conduct an analysis, develop a set of system requirements and propose an IT solution to improve the hiring process for CIC.   This work will be completed in four stages, and each of these four stages will focus on one section of an overall Business Analysis and System Recommendation(BA&SR) report to be delivered to the CIO. 

The graphic below outlines the Table of Contents for this report:

Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis(Stage 1) - The first step is to look at the organization and explain how an IT system could benefit CIC by improving its hiring system.

Section II: Strategic Use of Technology(Stage 2) – Next you will explain, in general, how CIC can use IT for strategic purposes.

Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes(Stage 3) – Then you will analyze CIC's strategy and processes to determine how technology solutions can be used to support the organizational processes and enable CIC’s strategic and operational outcomes, and develop a set of requirements for the new hiring system.

Section IV: System Recommendation(Stage 4) – Finally, you will identify an enterprise hiring system for CIC, and explain how it meets the requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within CIC.

The sections of the BA&SR will be developed and submitted as four staged assignments.  In stages 2, 3 and 4, you will also incorporate any feedback received when the previous stage is graded to improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.   At the end of the course, you will submit a complete BA&SR document that includes all the sections and changes that resulted from previous feedback.                                 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 


Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)
 

Section I of the BA&SR document contains an organizational analysis and identifies ways in which information systems can help the organization in the case study (CIC) to meet its strategic goals and meet the information needs of various levels of management.  This analysis lays the ground work for the next section of the BA&SR which will explain how technology can be used to support specific strategic activities of the organization.

 

Using the case study, assignment instructions, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis.  Recommended lengths for each section are provided and be sure to include all pertinent information.  A key to successful business writing is quality and conciseness rather than quantity.

To start, review the Business Perspectives Module (week 1 content), particularly the sections that describe the example of Booz Allen Hamilton, a services company with a business model similar to that of CIC in the case study.  The case study tells you that the executives and employees at CIC have identified a need for an effective and efficient hiring system.  As you review the case study, use the outline below to help you take notes to assist in your analysis; in particular, list the needs of the individuals expressed in the "interviews."  

I.             Background and Organizational Analysis

A.           Introduction –briefly describe (at a high level) the organization in the Case Study; provide a context for the rest of the document.  (one paragraph)

B.            Organizational Strategy- Using the Business Strategy statement and information from the Case Study, explain how a new hiring system would support that strategy (Two to three strong sentences that explain how the system would support the strategy and justify your position with specifics from the Case Study).

C.            Components of an Information System -Explain each of the following in relationship to an information system to support the hiring process at CIC: 

1.          People and Technology– Identify the interest or objectives for the new hiring system for eachstakeholder listed below based on his or her organizational role.  Include how the technology will improve how the job is done; that is, identify what each of the stakeholders needs the systemto do.  (Introductory sentence or two, followed by 1-2 sentences for each role)

    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager

 

2.          Processes -    The overall hiring process has several sub-processes, four of which are listed in the table below.  For each of the sub-processes listed, complete the table with the requested information.  You will describe the process as it is currently being done (As/Is Process), the process as it will be done after the system is implemented (To/Be Process) and the business benefits of the improved process.  (Provide an introductory sentence for this section and copy the table and insert the information within.)

 

Hiring Process

Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

As/Is Process

To/Be Process

Business Benefits of Improved Process

Receiving applications

 

 

 

Matching applications with open job requisitions

 

 

 

Screening Resumes

 

 

 

 

Scheduling Interviews

 

 

 

 

 

3.          Data/Information – In order to support CIC's hiring process, the new system will need to collect, store and process data.  An example of needed data is “Name of Hiring Manager.-” The case study provides insight into the kinds of data that will be needed.  First, insert an introductory opening sentence for this section.  Then identify ten (10) critical data/ information items for this hiring information system solution.  (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)  

 

Data/Information Requirement

  1. 1.             
  2. 2.             
  3. 3.             
  4. 4.             
  5. 5.             
  6. 6.             
  7. 7.             
  8. 8.             
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Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis

 

Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study.  Refer to the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report.

Overview

As a business analyst in the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO's) department of Chesapeake IT Consulting (CIC), you have been assigned to conduct an analysis, develop a set of system requirements and propose an IT solution to improve the hiring process for CIC.   This work will be completed in four stages, and each of these four stages will focus on one section of an overall Business Analysis and System Recommendation(BA&SR) report to be delivered to the CIO. 

The graphic below outlines the Table of Contents for this report:

Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis(Stage 1) - The first step is to look at the organization and explain how an IT system could benefit CIC by improving its hiring system.

Section II: Strategic Use of Technology(Stage 2) – Next you will explain, in general, how CIC can use IT for strategic purposes.

Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes(Stage 3) – Then you will analyze CIC's strategy and processes to determine how technology solutions can be used to support the organizational processes and enable CIC’s strategic and operational outcomes, and develop a set of requirements for the new hiring system.

Section IV: System Recommendation(Stage 4) – Finally, you will identify an enterprise hiring system for CIC, and explain how it meets the requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within CIC.

The sections of the BA&SR will be developed and submitted as four staged assignments.  In stages 2, 3 and 4, you will also incorporate any feedback received when the previous stage is graded to improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.   At the end of the course, you will submit a complete BA&SR document that includes all the sections and changes that resulted from previous feedback.                                 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 


Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)
 

Section I of the BA&SR document contains an organizational analysis and identifies ways in which information systems can help the organization in the case study (CIC) to meet its strategic goals and meet the information needs of various levels of management.  This analysis lays the ground work for the next section of the BA&SR which will explain how technology can be used to support specific strategic activities of the organization.

 

Using the case study, assignment instructions, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis.  Recommended lengths for each section are provided and be sure to include all pertinent information.  A key to successful business writing is quality and conciseness rather than quantity.

To start, review the Business Perspectives Module (week 1 content), particularly the sections that describe the example of Booz Allen Hamilton, a services company with a business model similar to that of CIC in the case study.  The case study tells you that the executives and employees at CIC have identified a need for an effective and efficient hiring system.  As you review the case study, use the outline below to help you take notes to assist in your analysis; in particular, list the needs of the individuals expressed in the "interviews."  

I.             Background and Organizational Analysis

A.           Introduction –briefly describe (at a high level) the organization in the Case Study; provide a context for the rest of the document.  (one paragraph)

B.            Organizational Strategy- Using the Business Strategy statement and information from the Case Study, explain how a new hiring system would support that strategy (Two to three strong sentences that explain how the system would support the strategy and justify your position with specifics from the Case Study).

C.            Components of an Information System -Explain each of the following in relationship to an information system to support the hiring process at CIC: 

1.          People and Technology– Identify the interest or objectives for the new hiring system for eachstakeholder listed below based on his or her organizational role.  Include how the technology will improve how the job is done; that is, identify what each of the stakeholders needs the systemto do.  (Introductory sentence or two, followed by 1-2 sentences for each role)

    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager

 

2.          Processes -    The overall hiring process has several sub-processes, four of which are listed in the table below.  For each of the sub-processes listed, complete the table with the requested information.  You will describe the process as it is currently being done (As/Is Process), the process as it will be done after the system is implemented (To/Be Process) and the business benefits of the improved process.  (Provide an introductory sentence for this section and copy the table and insert the information within.)

 

Hiring Process

Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

As/Is Process

To/Be Process

Business Benefits of Improved Process

Receiving applications

 

 

 

Matching applications with open job requisitions

 

 

 

Screening Resumes

 

 

 

 

Scheduling Interviews

 

 

 

 

 

3.          Data/Information – In order to support CIC's hiring process, the new system will need to collect, store and process data.  An example of needed data is “Name of Hiring Manager.-” The case study provides insight into the kinds of data that will be needed.  First, insert an introductory opening sentence for this section.  Then identify ten (10) critical data/ information items for this hiring information system solution.  (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)  

 

Data/Information Requirement

  1. 1.             
  2. 2.             
  3. 3.             
  4. 4.             
  5. 5.             
  6. 6.             
  7. 7.             
  8. 8.             
  9. 9.             
  10. 10.          
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis

 

Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study.  Refer to the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report.

Overview

As a business analyst in the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO's) department of Chesapeake IT Consulting (CIC), you have been assigned to conduct an analysis, develop a set of system requirements and propose an IT solution to improve the hiring process for CIC.   This work will be completed in four stages, and each of these four stages will focus on one section of an overall Business Analysis and System Recommendation(BA&SR) report to be delivered to the CIO. 

The graphic below outlines the Table of Contents for this report:

Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis(Stage 1) - The first step is to look at the organization and explain how an IT system could benefit CIC by improving its hiring system.

Section II: Strategic Use of Technology(Stage 2) – Next you will explain, in general, how CIC can use IT for strategic purposes.

Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes(Stage 3) – Then you will analyze CIC's strategy and processes to determine how technology solutions can be used to support the organizational processes and enable CIC’s strategic and operational outcomes, and develop a set of requirements for the new hiring system.

Section IV: System Recommendation(Stage 4) – Finally, you will identify an enterprise hiring system for CIC, and explain how it meets the requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within CIC.

The sections of the BA&SR will be developed and submitted as four staged assignments.  In stages 2, 3 and 4, you will also incorporate any feedback received when the previous stage is graded to improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.   At the end of the course, you will submit a complete BA&SR document that includes all the sections and changes that resulted from previous feedback.                                 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 


Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)
 

Section I of the BA&SR document contains an organizational analysis and identifies ways in which information systems can help the organization in the case study (CIC) to meet its strategic goals and meet the information needs of various levels of management.  This analysis lays the ground work for the next section of the BA&SR which will explain how technology can be used to support specific strategic activities of the organization.

 

Using the case study, assignment instructions, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis.  Recommended lengths for each section are provided and be sure to include all pertinent information.  A key to successful business writing is quality and conciseness rather than quantity.

To start, review the Business Perspectives Module (week 1 content), particularly the sections that describe the example of Booz Allen Hamilton, a services company with a business model similar to that of CIC in the case study.  The case study tells you that the executives and employees at CIC have identified a need for an effective and efficient hiring system.  As you review the case study, use the outline below to help you take notes to assist in your analysis; in particular, list the needs of the individuals expressed in the "interviews."  

I.             Background and Organizational Analysis

A.           Introduction –briefly describe (at a high level) the organization in the Case Study; provide a context for the rest of the document.  (one paragraph)

B.            Organizational Strategy- Using the Business Strategy statement and information from the Case Study, explain how a new hiring system would support that strategy (Two to three strong sentences that explain how the system would support the strategy and justify your position with specifics from the Case Study).

C.            Components of an Information System -Explain each of the following in relationship to an information system to support the hiring process at CIC: 

1.          People and Technology– Identify the interest or objectives for the new hiring system for eachstakeholder listed below based on his or her organizational role.  Include how the technology will improve how the job is done; that is, identify what each of the stakeholders needs the systemto do.  (Introductory sentence or two, followed by 1-2 sentences for each role)

    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager

 

2.          Processes -    The overall hiring process has several sub-processes, four of which are listed in the table below.  For each of the sub-processes listed, complete the table with the requested information.  You will describe the process as it is currently being done (As/Is Process), the process as it will be done after the system is implemented (To/Be Process) and the business benefits of the improved process.  (Provide an introductory sentence for this section and copy the table and insert the information within.)

 

Hiring Process

Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

As/Is Process

To/Be Process

Business Benefits of Improved Process

Receiving applications

 

 

 

Matching applications with open job requisitions

 

 

 

Screening Resumes

 

 

 

 

Scheduling Interviews

 

 

 

 

 

3.          Data/Information – In order to support CIC's hiring process, the new system will need to collect, store and process data.  An example of needed data is “Name of Hiring Manager.-” The case study provides insight into the kinds of data that will be needed.  First, insert an introductory opening sentence for this section.  Then identify ten (10) critical data/ information items for this hiring information system solution.  (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)  

 

Data/Information Requirement

  1. 1.             
  2. 2.             
  3. 3.             
  4. 4.             
  5. 5.             
  6. 6.             
  7. 7.             
  8. 8.             
  9. 9.             
  10. 10.          
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis Stage 1:   Background and Organizational Analysis

   

Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study.  Refer to the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report. Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study.  Refer to the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report.

Overview Overview Overview

As a business analyst in the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO's) department of Chesapeake IT Consulting (CIC), you have been assigned to conduct an analysis, develop a set of system requirements and propose an IT solution to improve the hiring process for CIC.   This work will be completed in four stages, and each of these four stages will focus on one section of an overall Business Analysis and System Recommendation(BA&SR) report to be delivered to the CIO.  As a business analyst in the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO's) department of Chesapeake IT Consulting (CIC), you have been assigned to conduct an analysis, develop a set of system requirements and propose an IT solution to improve the hiring process for CIC.   This work will be completed in four stages, and each of these four stages will focus on one section of an overall Business Analysis and System Recommendation(BA&SR) report to be delivered to the CIO.  Business Analysis and System Recommendation

The graphic below outlines the Table of Contents for this report: The graphic below outlines the Table of Contents for this report:

Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis(Stage 1) - The first step is to look at the organization and explain how an IT system could benefit CIC by improving its hiring system. Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis(Stage 1) - The first step is to look at the organization and explain how an IT system could benefit CIC by improving its hiring system. Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis

Section II: Strategic Use of Technology(Stage 2) – Next you will explain, in general, how CIC can use IT for strategic purposes. Section II: Strategic Use of Technology(Stage 2) – Next you will explain, in general, how CIC can use IT for strategic purposes. Section II: Strategic Use of Technology

Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes(Stage 3) – Then you will analyze CIC's strategy and processes to determine how technology solutions can be used to support the organizational processes and enable CIC’s strategic and operational outcomes, and develop a set of requirements for the new hiring system. Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes(Stage 3) – Then you will analyze CIC's strategy and processes to determine how technology solutions can be used to support the organizational processes and enable CIC’s strategic and operational outcomes, and develop a set of requirements for the new hiring system. Section III: Strategic and Operational Outcomes

Section IV: System Recommendation(Stage 4) – Finally, you will identify an enterprise hiring system for CIC, and explain how it meets the requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within CIC. Section IV: System Recommendation(Stage 4) – Finally, you will identify an enterprise hiring system for CIC, and explain how it meets the requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within CIC. Section IV: System Recommendation

The sections of the BA&SR will be developed and submitted as four staged assignments.  In stages 2, 3 and 4, you will also incorporate any feedback received when the previous stage is graded to improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.   At the end of the course, you will submit a complete BA&SR document that includes all the sections and changes that resulted from previous feedback.                                  The sections of the BA&SR will be developed and submitted as four staged assignments.  In stages 2, 3 and 4, you will also incorporate any feedback received when the previous stage is graded to improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.   At the end of the course, you will submit a complete BA&SR document that includes all the sections and changes that resulted from previous feedback.                                 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

 

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents Business Analysis and System Recommendation (BA&SR) Table of Contents

                 

                 

                                   

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)       I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)       I.               I.               Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)       Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)      

A.             Introduction          

A.             Introduction          

A.             Introduction           A.             Introduction           A.             Introduction          

B.             Organizational Strategy

B.             Organizational Strategy

B.             Organizational Strategy B.             Organizational Strategy B.             Organizational Strategy

C.             Components of an Information System

C.             Components of an Information System

C.             Components of an Information System C.             Components of an Information System C.             Components of an Information System

1.             People and Technology

1.             People and Technology

1.             People and Technology 1.             People and Technology 1.             People and Technology

2.             Processes

2.             Processes

2.             Processes 2.             Processes 2.             Processes

3.             Data/Information

3.             Data/Information

3.             Data/Information 3.             Data/Information 3.             Data/Information

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2) II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2) II.             II.             Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2) Strategic Use of Technology (Stage 2)

A.             Decision Making

A.             Decision Making

A.             Decision Making A.             Decision Making A.             Decision Making

B.             Communication

B.             Communication

B.             Communication B.             Communication B.             Communication

C.             Collaboration

C.             Collaboration

C.             Collaboration C.             Collaboration C.             Collaboration

D.             Relationships

D.             Relationships

D.             Relationships D.             Relationships D.             Relationships

E.             Structure

E.             Structure

E.             Structure E.             Structure E.             Structure

F.             Competitive Advantage

F.             Competitive Advantage

F.             Competitive Advantage F.             Competitive Advantage F.             Competitive Advantage

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3) III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3) III.            III.            Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3) Strategic and Operational Outcomes (Stage 3)

A.             Strategic Outcomes

A.             Strategic Outcomes

A.             Strategic Outcomes A.             Strategic Outcomes A.             Strategic Outcomes

B.             Process Analysis

B.             Process Analysis

B.             Process Analysis B.             Process Analysis B.             Process Analysis

C.             Requirements

C.             Requirements

C.             Requirements C.             Requirements C.             Requirements

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4)

IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4) IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4) IV.            IV.            System Recommendation (Stage 4) System Recommendation (Stage 4)

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution A.             Benefits of an Enterprise Solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

B.             Proposed IT solution

B.             Proposed IT solution B.             Proposed IT solution B.             Proposed IT solution

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements C.             How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements

D.             Implementation Steps

D.             Implementation Steps

D.             Implementation Steps D.             Implementation Steps D.             Implementation Steps

E.             Conclusion

E.             Conclusion

E.             Conclusion E.             Conclusion E.             Conclusion

   


Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)
 
Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)

Assignment – BA&SR Section I – Background and Organizational Analysis (Stage 1)

 

Section I of the BA&SR document contains an organizational analysis and identifies ways in which information systems can help the organization in the case study (CIC) to meet its strategic goals and meet the information needs of various levels of management.  This analysis lays the ground work for the next section of the BA&SR which will explain how technology can be used to support specific strategic activities of the organization. Section I of the BA&SR document contains an organizational analysis and identifies ways in which information systems can help the organization in the case study (CIC) to meet its strategic goals and meet the information needs of various levels of management.  This analysis lays the ground work for the next section of the BA&SR which will explain how technology can be used to support specific strategic activities of the organization.

   

Using the case study, assignment instructions, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis.  Recommended lengths for each section are provided and be sure to include all pertinent information.  A key to successful business writing is quality and conciseness rather than quantity. Using the case study, assignment instructions, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis.  Recommended lengths for each section are provided and be sure to include all pertinent information.  A key to successful business writing is quality and conciseness rather than quantity. Section I: Background and Organizational Analysis

To start, review the Business Perspectives Module (week 1 content), particularly the sections that describe the example of Booz Allen Hamilton, a services company with a business model similar to that of CIC in the case study.  The case study tells you that the executives and employees at CIC have identified a need for an effective and efficient hiring system.  As you review the case study, use the outline below to help you take notes to assist in your analysis; in particular, list the needs of the individuals expressed in the "interviews."   To start, review the Business Perspectives Module (week 1 content), particularly the sections that describe the example of Booz Allen Hamilton, a services company with a business model similar to that of CIC in the case study.  The case study tells you that the executives and employees at CIC have identified a need for an effective and efficient hiring system.  As you review the case study, use the outline below to help you take notes to assist in your analysis; in particular, list the needs of the individuals expressed in the "interviews."  

I.             Background and Organizational Analysis I.             Background and Organizational Analysis I.             Background and Organizational Analysis

A.           Introduction –briefly describe (at a high level) the organization in the Case Study; provide a context for the rest of the document.  (one paragraph) A.           Introduction –briefly describe (at a high level) the organization in the Case Study; provide a context for the rest of the document.  (one paragraph) A.           Introduction –

B.            Organizational Strategy- Using the Business Strategy statement and information from the Case Study, explain how a new hiring system would support that strategy (Two to three strong sentences that explain how the system would support the strategy and justify your position with specifics from the Case Study). B.            Organizational Strategy- Using the Business Strategy statement and information from the Case Study, explain how a new hiring system would support that strategy (Two to three strong sentences that explain how the system would support the strategy and justify your position with specifics from the Case Study). B.            Organizational Strategy

C.            Components of an Information System -Explain each of the following in relationship to an information system to support the hiring process at CIC:  C.            Components of an Information System -Explain each of the following in relationship to an information system to support the hiring process at CIC:  C.            Components of an Information System -

1.          People and Technology– Identify the interest or objectives for the new hiring system for eachstakeholder listed below based on his or her organizational role.  Include how the technology will improve how the job is done; that is, identify what each of the stakeholders needs the systemto do.  (Introductory sentence or two, followed by 1-2 sentences for each role) 1.          People and Technology– Identify the interest or objectives for the new hiring system for eachstakeholder listed below based on his or her organizational role.  Include how the technology will improve how the job is done; that is, identify what each of the stakeholders needs the systemto do.  (Introductory sentence or two, followed by 1-2 sentences for each role) People and Technology each system

    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager
    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager
    1.                                     i.         CEO
    2.                                   ii.         CFO
    3.                                  iii.         CIO
    4.                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
    5.                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
    6.                                  vi.         Recruiters
    7.                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
    8.                               viii.         Hiring Manager
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  •                                   ii.         CFO
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  •                                  iii.         CIO
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  •                                  iv.         Director of Human Resources
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  •                                    v.         Manager of Recruiting
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  •                                  vi.         Recruiters
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  •                                 vii.         Administrative Assistant
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  •                               viii.         Hiring Manager
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    2.          Processes -    The overall hiring process has several sub-processes, four of which are listed in the table below.  For each of the sub-processes listed, complete the table with the requested information.  You will describe the process as it is currently being done (As/Is Process), the process as it will be done after the system is implemented (To/Be Process) and the business benefits of the improved process.  (Provide an introductory sentence for this section and copy the table and insert the information within.) 2.          Processes -    The overall hiring process has several sub-processes, four of which are listed in the table below.  For each of the sub-processes listed, complete the table with the requested information.  You will describe the process as it is currently being done (As/Is Process), the process as it will be done after the system is implemented (To/Be Process) and the business benefits of the improved process.  (Provide an introductory sentence for this section and copy the table and insert the information within.)

       

    Hiring Process

    Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

    As/Is Process

    To/Be Process

    Business Benefits of Improved Process

    Receiving applications

     

     

     

    Matching applications with open job requisitions

     

     

     

    Screening Resumes

     

     

     

     

    Scheduling Interviews

     

     

     

     

    Hiring Process

    Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

    As/Is Process

    To/Be Process

    Business Benefits of Improved Process

    Receiving applications

     

     

     

    Matching applications with open job requisitions

     

     

     

    Screening Resumes

     

     

     

     

    Scheduling Interviews

     

     

     

     

    Hiring Process

    Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

    As/Is Process

    To/Be Process

    Business Benefits of Improved Process

    Hiring Process

    Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

    Hiring Process Hiring Process Hiring Process

    Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process Below are sub-processes that are part of the overall hiring process

    As/Is Process

    As/Is Process As/Is Process As/Is Process

    To/Be Process

    To/Be Process To/Be Process To/Be Process

    Business Benefits of Improved Process

    Business Benefits of Improved Process Business Benefits of Improved Process Business Benefits of Improved Process

    Receiving applications

     

     

     

    Receiving applications

    Receiving applications Receiving applications Receiving applications

     

       

     

       

     

       

    Matching applications with open job requisitions

     

     

     

    Matching applications with open job requisitions

    Matching applications with open job requisitions Matching applications with open job requisitions Matching applications with open job requisitions

     

       

     

       

     

       

    Screening Resumes

     

     

     

     

    Screening Resumes

     

    Screening Resumes Screening Resumes Screening Resumes

         

     

       

     

       

     

       

    Scheduling Interviews

     

     

     

     

    Scheduling Interviews

     

    Scheduling Interviews Scheduling Interviews Scheduling Interviews

         

     

       

     

       

     

       

       

    3.          Data/Information – In order to support CIC's hiring process, the new system will need to collect, store and process data.  An example of needed data is “Name of Hiring Manager.-” The case study provides insight into the kinds of data that will be needed.  First, insert an introductory opening sentence for this section.  Then identify ten (10) critical data/ information items for this hiring information system solution.  (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)   3.          Data/Information – In order to support CIC's hiring process, the new system will need to collect, store and process data.  An example of needed data is “Name of Hiring Manager.-” The case study provides insight into the kinds of data that will be needed.  First, insert an introductory opening sentence for this section.  Then identify ten (10) critical data/ information items for this hiring information system solution.  (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)  

       

    Data/Information Requirement

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