Evolution-of-an-Aging-Information-System-at-Yale

Apr 30th, 2015
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This article presents Yale University's "constructive evolution" method of dealing with the problem of aging information systems. After a discussion of the reasons systems become outdated-primary among them reactive maintenance practices--the author explains the process at Yale by which systems development personnel "partner" with systems users to ensure the constructive evolution of systems over time, with the concept of continual change and improvement as the foundation for the partnership.

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