HRM 520 Strayer System Development Life Cycle Phases IV & V Assignment

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Question Description

Resources:


Kavanagh, M. J., Thite, M., & Johnson, R. D. (2018). Human resource information systems: Basics, applications, and future directions (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.


Assignment 3: System Development Life Cycle: Phases IV & V – Implementation and Maintenance

Worth 240 points

With the justification of an HRIS solidified, you need to show your client how you will implement the HRIS using one of the change models discussed in our text. You will also need to explain and justify cost associated with implementation via a cost benefit analysis. You want to ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement. Therefore, you include a maintenance and evaluation plan in your proposal.

Instructions:

Write a four (4) page proposal, in which you:

Change Management

  1. Discuss the various reasons system implementation fails. Compare and contrast various change models. Then select a change model to use during system implementation. Provide details of how you will use the change model and justify why you selected one model over the other models. Explain the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

HRIS Implementation

  1. Discuss the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and provide a timeline for these activities. Specify which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and explain their role.

Cost Benefit Analysis

  1. Create a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Analyze the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.

Maintenance

  1. Discuss how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

Resources

  1. Use at least five (5) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length.
  • Include a reference page. Citations and references must follow APA format. The reference page is not included in the required page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Create an HRIS needs analysis and evaluate the acquisition process.
    • Understand the management of change through the perspectives of various change models.
    • Create a project management plan and prepare the organization for the implementation.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric:

Points: 240

Assignment 3: System Development Life Cycle: Phases IV & V – Implementation and Maintenance

Criteria

Unacceptable

Below 70% F

Fair

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Discuss the various reasons system implementation fails. Compare and contrast various change models. Then select a change model to use during system implementation.Provide details of how you will use the change model and justify why you selected one model over the other models. Explain the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

Weight: 30%

Did not submit or incompletely discussed the various reasons system implementation fails. Did not submit or incompletely compared and contrasted the various change models. Did not submit or incompletely selected a change model to use during system implementation.Did not submit or incompletely provided details of how you will use the change model and did not submit or incompletely justified why you selected one model over the other models. Did not submit or incompletely explained the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

Partially discussed the various reasons system implementation fails. Partially compared and contrasted the various change models. Partially selected a change model to use during system implementation.Partially provided details of how you will use the change model and partially justified why you selected one model over the other models. Partially explained the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

Satisfactorily discussed the various reasons system implementation fails. Satisfactorily compared and contrasted the various change models. Satisfactorily selected a change model to use during system implementation.Satisfactorily provided details of how you will use the change model and satisfactorily justified why you selected one model over the other models. Satisfactorily explained the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

Thoroughly discussed the various reasons system implementation fails. Thoroughly compared and contrasted the various change models. Thoroughly selected a change model to use during system implementation.Thoroughly provided details of how you will use the change model and thoroughly justified why you selected one model over the other models. Thoroughly explained the various steps that should be included to ensure the change model is effective.

2. Discuss the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and provide a timeline for these activities. Specify which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and explain their role.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely discussed the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and did not submit or incompletely provided a timeline for these activities. Did not submit or incompletely specified which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and did not submit or incompletely explained their role.

Partially discussed the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and satisfactorily provided a timeline for these activities. Partially specified which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and partially explained their role.

Satisfactorily discussed the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and satisfactorily provided a timeline for these activities. Satisfactorily specified which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and satisfactorily explained their role.

Thoroughly discussed the activities that are necessary prior to the system going live and thoroughly provided a timeline for these activities. Thoroughly specified which change management team member will be responsible for each activity and thoroughly explained their role.

3. Create a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Analyze the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.
Weight: 25 %

Did not submit or incompletely created a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Did not submit or incompletely analyzed the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.

Partially created a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Partially analyzed the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.

Satisfactorily created a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Satisfactorily analyzed the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.

Thoroughly created a cost benefit analysis matrix for the HRIS vendor you chose during Phase III: Design. Thoroughly analyzed the cost justification strategies that you will use to justify the cost of the HRIS, including data that identify each benefit and cost component examined, estimates of the dollar amount for each, estimates on when the organization will incur each cost and receive each benefit, and documentation justifying each decision you made in listing these benefits.

4. Discuss how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

Weight 10%

Did not submit or incompletely discussed how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

Partially discussed how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

Satisfactorily discussed how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

Thoroughly discussed how you will ensure the system is properly maintained and evaluated for continuous improvement.

5. 5 references

Weight: 5%

No references provided.

Does not meet the required number of references; some or all references poor quality choices.

Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.

6. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements

Weight: 10%

More than 6 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present

Tutor Answer

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School: New York University

Hi, I have completed the paper. Please find attached. It has been nice working with u.

System Development Life Cycle
Thesis statement: System implementation involves the development of a new system in which
program coding, multimedia, and graphical elements are usually involved.
1. Introduction
2. Change Management
3. HRIS Implementation
4. Cost Benefit Analysis
5. Maintenance
6. Conclusion


Running head: SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE

System Development Life Cycle
Institution Affiliation
Date

1

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE

2

Introduction
Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) model is a method that is inherent in the field
of information technology and is mostly used in the development of software and acquisition. It
has evolved over a period of time with its central focus is developing software that can be used in
businesses, research, and industries. It usually consists of five phases namely planning, analysis,
design, implementation, and maintenance.
System implementation involves the development of a new system in which program
coding, multimedia, and graphical elements are usually involved. There are times that the system
implementation fails and one of the reasons is that in this phase, programmers are responsible for
coding and bugs/errors may be included. Secondly, the documentation of the work may be done
wrong, and these documents are paramount to test the program. Testing must be done on the
system several times to evade implementation failure. The testing stage should include unit
testing, integration testing, system testing, and user acceptance test. Therefore, if one of the
stages is skipped, the implementation process is bound to fail (Roslina, 2019).
Change Management
The change models involved in system development lifecycle include classical waterfall...

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