Information Systems in Organizations
In the Stage 2 assignment, you will identify the inputs, processing and outputs of Myra's selected business process. Those inputs, processing and outputs form the functional (business) requirements for an IT system to improve the process.
Please follow the exact instructions Step by Step from the word document *Stage 2 Haircuts*
Stage 2 Haircuts.docx
The actually case study story is uploaded as *Haircuts Case Study*
Haircuts Case Study.docx
Use the Case Study to develop your assignment and refer to the Walmart Example to understand the concepts and what is required for the assignment.
WALMART EXAMPLE Business Analysis (Stage 2).docx
The Process Model Excel file is also attached.
Stage 2 Process Model.xlsx
Stage 2 Assignment notes:
Following are some clarifications to provide more guidance.
1) If a question is asked (“what’s your name?”), the answer to the question is the input for the process. The process is “ask name” or “get name.” The output is “name provided” or (if stored) “name captured” or “name stored”.
2) For a given process, the inputs should have different names than the outputs. This shows that something has been done with the inputs. (input = “dirty hand”; output = “clean hands”)
3) Processes should begin with verbs. “capture …” or “enter …. “ or “ask and capture”
4) In step 10 especially (and all the other steps), keep the beauty shop perspective. Do not assume the customer perspective. The customer has already received the bill. Now the customer pays the bill. What does the beauty shop do? Keep things simple! Do not worry about means of payment (cash or check). Assume the payment is for the full amount.
There will be 2 more stages for this case studies in the the next 2 week. I would like to work with one writer that can complete all the assignments on this case study.
Stage 1 with the corrections is attached too.