Organizational Information System Training A summary of the individual learning experiences about the overall methods of implementation and maintenance.
A description of the process of coding, testing, and converting an organizational information system.
An outline of the organizational information system and how this system is easily divided for projects.
A comparison of the many modes available for organizational information system training (Note: also include self-training and electronic performance support systems).
An analysis of threats to system security and remedies that can be applied and examples of how traditional implementation issues apply to electronic commerce applications.
An analysis about the methods of implementation and maintenance and the skills that students need to develop or improve upon for future work on Systems Analysis and Design Projects. For example, process of coding, testing, preparing a test plan for an information system, understanding the many modes available for organizational information system training, understand why implementation sometimes fails, and understand the many threats.
Submit this assignment to your instructor via the dropbox “LP2.2 Assignment: Reflection Paper.” This assignment is worth 60 points and will be graded according to the following scoring guide.