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  1. 1. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY Movies on Demand System A system is required to provide a means for subscribers to the BlueSkyBird interactive TV service to select and pay for movies-on-demand. The list of movies available for viewing will include the cost and running time of each movie. Movies will be paid for using a prepaid card rs inserted into the set-top box. Movies can be paid for in advance, and can be cancelled with full refund provided; this is done before the movie starts. Cards can be topped up at any time using a credit card through the interactive TV service. At any time, subscribers can request pe the balance on their card. 1. Goals: Write a list of goals for the Movies on Demand System in the form of Goals To become a Market Leader Pa table (Goal, owner, goal type). Owner Operational roles Goal type Quality Goal de Increase in Sales growth Purchaser/ financial Functional Goal beneficiaries Payment security (Prepaid) Regulatory (credit card Security Goal ra company) Perfect entertainment in convenient way Operational roles Reliability, too get subscribe and pay (Employees) performance GoalpG Produce prominent profits Stockholders Functional Goal Make it time saving Users, Subscribers Non-functional (Usability) Money Back surety Users, subscribers Non-functionalTo (safety) Easy to get movie and payment Subscribers Functional Goal To overcome impact of competitors and Negative stakeholders Commercial Goal opposition (Competitors) To regulate vulgarity and sexual Government & media Legal Goal Easy to change according to needs Brand manager / system Usability Goal developer GET YOUR WORK DONE BY
  2. 2. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY 2. Stakeholders: Identify all stakeholders and their roles in the Movies on Demand System and document using: A) Onion model (use Onion Model Template) B) List of stakeholder roles (use Stakeholder Roles Template) rs A project stakeholder is someone who gains or losses something (could be functionality, pe revenue, status, compliance with rules, and so on) as a result of that project. In other words, a stakeholder is much more than a product’s eventual "user." A stakeholder can be someone who finances the project; someone whose skill is needed to build a product, such as a Pa network specialist or a usability expert; an organization whose rules developers must obey, such as a tax lawyer firm or a standards institute; or an external organization that can influence project success, such as an environmental group or a competitor. Given this wide and complex project sociology, it helps to have some way of modelling the stakeholders and de their differing involvements. We have used an onion diagram (see Figure 1). This deceptively simple-looking model actually conceals information about the system of movie on demand. First, it presents a view ra of the project that centres on what we’re building. It is called as the kit, the equipment, or the product that is in our case is Movie on Demand, which includes generic slots for the people who operate and maintain the equipment and deliver its results, as well as anypG standard rules or procedures they use to operate it. These directly interacting roles don’t begin to exhaust the range of stakeholder responsibilities in a development project. Systems invariably operate in a containing system that is outside the project’s control and mentioned as the Market for cable operatives that includes our system plus any of its nonoperationalTo beneficiaries. Normally, the people who benefit from the product work in the market otherwise, the product is running only for its own benefit! We call these people functional beneficiaries “subscribers” to distinguish them from operators. In this special case where you buy a movie on demand just for your own benefit or enjoyment, and you operate it yourself, you are a (device) user/subscriber, which is considered as hybrid role that crosses the "our system" boundary. The term properly applies only to such hybrid roles in mass-market product developments. Normal operators operate equipment so as to deliver the results to the subscribers, who in turn work in the market for other stakeholders in the wider environment, GET YOUR WORK DONE BY
  3. 3. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY which includes the containing system plus any other stakeholders who affect decisions we make about our system. These are the agents that are used to control the social and legal obligations to have a better control over the culture norms and values. rs pe Pa de rapG Figure 1: Onion Model for Movies on DemandTo Stakeholder’s roles: Stakeholder Role Stakeholder Viewpoint Functional Subscribers Want good and low cost movies beneficiaries Financial Stockholders To gain profits and success of system Beneficiaries GET YOUR WORK DONE BY
  4. 4. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY Political beneficiaries Governments To maintain law and order Negative Role Competitors Keep pressure to make their program successful Negative Role Opposition Have negative viewpoint about the overall company Operational Roles Maintenance Maintain the system for better customer service rs Operational Roles Normal Operatives Sells and keep in touch with the customers Interfacing Role Interfacing operatives Maintain the efficiency and sharing data pe Regulatory Public, Media Voluntarily check for vulgarity and sexuality (Voluntarily) exposure Regulatory Police and Courts Restrict to follow code of conduct for movies (Enforcing) Surrogate Role Brand manger To have feedback and try to change it as required Surrogate Role Hybrid Role Pa System developers Users/ Subscribers Who develops and change system according to needs To have the best vulgarity free and good print movies. de In the very next figure: 2 the roles of every stakeholder are clearly mentioning where they are interrelating with each other. Every stakeholder is playing its vital role in the system ra development. Within the system and in the market the stakeholders like operatives and the subscribers have a certain pressure over the product mangers to maintain good price, excellent quality and the new movies to be introduced as early as possible. Similarly if thepG role is a little bit broaden up then in the wider environment shareholders have a pressure over the mangers to maintain good profits and success of the project while the a continuous competition pressurizes the management to innovate and have low prices in the market. While on the other side in wider environment the people and the government have their ownTo role on the management to control the vulgarity and sexuality exposure in the movies. Here except the competitors and some opposition politicians play a negative role while all the other stakeholders are performing positive role for the corrective and for the success of the system. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY
  5. 5. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY rs pe Pa de Figure 2: Onion Model Showing Impact of stakeholders roles ra 4. Requirements from Individuals: Write your interview questions for one of thepG stakeholders with an operational role identified in Task 2. Start with stating what the main objective of the interview is? All the projects that we work on seem to have one thing in common: developers areTo concerned about the difficulty of involving the right stakeholders to discover, specify, and test requirements. Because right stakeholder is the person who can help us to have a better overview of the project and the system. And it also helps us to make an appropriate change in the system according to the needs and requirements. We have the Stakeholder interview to better understand what people mean when they say, "We have a problem with our stakeholders." We asked each participant to choose one stakeholder concern that causes the biggest problem in his or her environment. The objective was to discover which concerns are the most frequent and where we should focus our improvement efforts. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY
  6. 6. GET YOUR WORK DONE BY Here we have developed an interview with the operational level with the normal operatives. These are the stakeholders who are the users and subscribers of the system by themselves and also work for the organization as in its operational level. We choose them because they can give the overview from both inner and outer side of the system. This will help us to better understand about the system and we can judge where we are required with an improvement rs and change to make our system more efficient and appropriate to use. Interview Questions: pe 1. What basically the idea behind Movie on demand? 2. Which resources were basically involved in this system initially? 3. How the training and development is going to hold about this program in the company? Pa 4. Why you thought to bring this value added service to your company? 5. When basically you think about the necessity of this system? 6. How the change would be implemented in the company; were employees taken in de confidence? 7. Who are the basic competitors to you in the market relating to this system and their strengths? ra 8. What are the basic strategies to overcome impact on system by negative stakeholders? 9. Who are the system developers? 10. Is a system developer from inside the company or you outsourcing them?pG 11. What do you think about the quality and maintenance of the system and how to control? 12. In which way you get the feedback? 13. How to change the system according to the needs and requirements of stakeholders?To 14. Is it payment method is easy, secure and error free? 15. What basically the exact procedure to subscribe for it? 16. Do you think it is an easy way to subscribe and customer would surely be attracted towards it? 17. What were the first expressions by the subscriber about its unique payment method? 18. What support did you get by your investors and financial beneficiaries? 19. What do you think about Movie on demand’s future? 20. Just one; is this system a failure or a success for the business? GET YOUR WORK DONE BY