By Stanley G. Blethyn and Carys Y. Parker (Auth.)
This booklet offers a collection of instruments and strategies for the structures practitioner who must layout and enforce a computer-based info approach from a user's in part shaped inspiration. It then underpins those descriptive instruments and methods with educational theories and concepts. utilizing genuine case reviews to demonstrate the innovations, the authors goal to offer a coherent method and entire insurance of the jobs and initiatives of the structures builders and clients through the life-cycle of a venture
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Most of the routine technical activities can be characterized in this way - Levels of management 43 preparing schedules, replenishing stock, issuing despatch notes and invoices, processing payments received from customers, allocating labour costs to a contract, etc. It isn't only the operating decisions themselves. Most of the controls applied to these technical activities are programmable. In the second example above, there won't be any ambiguity about whether the panels were or were not delivered on 28 May.
Whatever attitude you may take to the idea that the solution comes first, there is one aspect of this which must be accepted by any well-managed system development organization. Many jobs will have been done before, somewhere: if not the whole job, then part of the job; or part of part of the job. The smaller the unit, the more general it is. Every building construction uses nails. We use language to speak and write to each other. We are able to communicate because of shared understanding of meaning.
References 1 Henri Fayol, General and Industrial Management, Pitman, London (1949) 2 Thomas A. Petit, 'A behavioural theory of management', Academy of Management Journal, December (1967) 3 Michael J. Earl and Anthony G. C. 1 Users, operators, analysts, programmers and others The title of this chapter is deliberately provocative. It assumes that there is a method, which, if followed, will lead to a design that is satisfactory to the users of the system. This brings us to the old problem of definitions.