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  1. WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT – BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS

    OVERVIEW

    This is the second of a series of five sequential assignments (the course project) in which you continue to act as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of a hypothetical, e-commerce start-up company of your design.You have been tasked with delivering an information technology project plan in anticipation of the company relocating to a new facility. In the first course deliverable, you created a project plan inception document and supporting Gantt chart. This deliverable spelled out the company’s background information and business and provided an overview of the company’s information system infrastructure.In this second course project deliverable, you are responsible for developing the business requirements to be incorporated into the information systems design you are creating.Procuring quality business requirements is a critical step when designing quality information systems. Completing a quality requirements document captures user needs and expectations to facilitate the proper design of the company’s infrastructure and information systems.This assignment consists of two parts:

    Part 1: Business Requirements

    You will develop a 5–7-page business requirements document for your hypothetical e-commerce company as part of the overall information systems project plan you are creating. Using the Business Requirements Template [DOCX], you will speculate on the company’s current and future requirements. Your assumptions need to be carefully considered and realistic.

    Part 2: Updated Gantt Chart

    You will use Microsoft Project to update the supporting project Gantt chart begun in your previous course project deliverable.

    • You are not creating a new Gantt chart, only updating the one you created in the previous assignment.

    Note:

    • You are to create or assume all necessary assumptions to successfully complete this assignment.
    • You must submit both parts as separate files to the assignment area. Label each file name according to the appropriate part.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    Part 1: Business Requirements

    Using the Business Requirements Template, you are to write a 5–7-page business requirements document for your hypothetical e-commerce company in which you:

    1. Describe the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control.
    2. Describe non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance.
    3. Describe technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components.
    4. Identify potential risks, constraints, and assumptions.
    5. Use three sources to support your writing.
      • Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.
      • Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.
      • Access the library or review library guides for help with research, writing, and citation.
    Part 2: Updated Gantt Chart

    Use Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document.

    FORMATTING

    This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Note the following:

    • The preferred method is for the business requirements portion of your assignment to be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
    • Include a cover page containing the assignment title, 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 source list page. Citations and references must follow SWS format. The source list page is not included in the required page length.

    LEARNING OUTCOMES

    The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

    • Develop a business requirements document for a project plan.

    Files to submit: Word document, PDF of your Gantt Chart, MPP file from MS Project

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  3. Unacceptable Needs Improvement Satisfactory Competent Exemplary
    Describe the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control. Points:(0.00%)Did not describe the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control. Points:13 (13.00%)Attempted to describe the functional business requirements but did not specify scope control, left out key functional requirements, critical specifications were missing from the business requirements identified, and/or included more than five incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:15 (15.00%)Described the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control, but left out some functional requirements, some specifications were missing from the business requirements identified, and /or included 3–5 incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:17 (17.00%)Described the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control, but minor specifications were missing from the business requirements identified and/or included 1–2 incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:20 (20.00%)Described the functional business requirements (scope) and scope control.
    Describe non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance. Points:(0.00%)Did not describe non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance. Points:9.75 (9.75%)Attempted to describe non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance, but critical non-functional business requirements were missing, key specifications were left out of the identified non-functional business requirements, and/or included more than five incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:11.25 (11.25%)Described non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance, but some non-functional business requirements were missing, some specifications were left out of the identified non-functional business requirements, and/or included 3–5 incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:12.75 (12.75%)Described non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance, but minor specifications were left out of the identified non-functional business requirements, and/or included 1–2 incorrect or unrealistic data points. Points:15 (15.00%)Described non-functional business requirements, such as governance, risk, and compliance.
    Describe technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components. Points:(0.00%)Did not describe technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components. Points:9.75 (9.75%)Attempted to describe technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components, but critical technical requirements or e-commerce infrastructure components were not addressed, critical technical requirements lacked key specifications, and/or description contained more than five erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:11.25 (11.25%)Described technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components, but some technical requirements or e-commerce infrastructure components were not addressed, some technical requirements lacked helpful specifications for investors, and/or description contained 3–5 erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:12.75 (12.75%)Described technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components, but some technical requirements lacked minor helpful specifications for investors, and/or description contained 1–2 erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:15 (15.00%)Described technical requirements to integrate various e-commerce infrastructure components.
    Identify potential risks, constraints, and assumptions. Points:(0.00%)Did not identify potential risks, constraints, and assumptions. Points:9.75 (9.75%)Attempted to identify potential risks constraints, and assumptions, but critical risks, constraints, and assumptions were missing, descriptions of identified risks, constraints and assumptions were missing critical details, and/or narrative contained more than five erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:11.25 (11.25%)Identified potential risks, constraints, and assumptions, but some risks, constraints, and assumptions were missing, descriptions of identified risks, constraints, and assumptions were missing some details, and/or narrative contained 3–5 erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:12.75 (12.75%)Identified potential risks, constraints, and assumptions, but descriptions of identified risks, constraints, and assumptions were missing minor details and/or narrative contained 1–2 erroneous or unrealistic data points. Points:15 (15.00%)Identified potential risks, constraints, and assumptions.
    Use Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document. Points:(0.00%)Did not use Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document. Points:13 (13.00%)Attempted to use Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document, but more than five major and minor tasks, subtasks, resources, or time related to the project were missing. Points:15 (15.00%)Used Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks, identified in the business requirements document, but 3–5 major and minor tasks, subtasks, resources, or time related to the project were missing. Points:17 (17.00%)Used Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document, but 1–2 minor tasks, subtasks, resources, or time related to the project were missing. Points:20 (20.00%)Used Microsoft Project to update the previously created Gantt chart with the major and minor tasks identified in the business requirements document.
    Use three sources to support your writing. Points:(0.00%)No references provided. Points:3.25 (3.25%)Does not meet the required number of references; all references are poor quality choices. Points:3.75 (3.75%)Meets the required number of references; some references are poor quality choices. Points:4.25 (4.25%)Meets the number of required references; most references are high quality choices. Points:(5.00%)Meets or exceeds the number of required references; all references are high quality choices.
    Clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements. Points:(0.00%)Serious and persistent errors in clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements (more than eight errors). Points:6.5 (6.50%)Persistent errors in clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements (7–8 errors). Points:7.5 (7.50%)Partially free of errors in clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements (5–6 errors). Points:8.5 (8.50%)Mostly free of errors in clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements (3–4 errors). Points:10 (10.00%)Error-free or almost error-free in terms of clarity, organization, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements (0–2 errors).
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