• Agenda Overview
• Review SDLC “Mission Statement”
• Are We Ready? Brief Updates
• Work Stream Detail Reviews
• TouchPoint Wrap-Up
• Plan Next Steps/Future Considerations
"To develop a repeatable and consistent process for the
System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) for COIS to
better meet the business needs of our clients
through the quality of the deliverable and through
quality of communication between our clients and
us and among ourselves."
Work Stream I - Project Management
Work Stream II - Process
Work Stream III - Data
Work Stream IV - Network/Technology
Are We Ready?
Per Work Stream, share Written Materials for
examples and general definitions for each
Guide members through material slowly
Give quiet time to read/digest material as needed
Allow members to discuss TouchPoints
Reach agreement on items to include in final SDLC
Table items that need further investigation or a
Review all TouchPoints™ discussed
Note those that have been resolved
Note those that have not yet been resolved
If time, explore these TouchPoints again for
inconsistencies and see if they can be resolved
For those that have not been resolved, develop an
action plan to resolve them
There is a dependency between the Process Decomposition
category under the Process workstream and the Conceptual
Model (formerly the E/R diagram) under the Data workstream
(the former drives the latter).
Training--there has been a wide range of discussion across
groups as to where training belongs. (I am documenting
meeting notes from the tapes right now & will get back to you
with further details on this. There was extensive discussion on
this in the large meeting and some additional discussion in the
Network/Technology smaller meeting. Suggestions for new
deliverable names also emerged from both discussions.).
There was some discussion about potential overlap between
the System Test Protocols under Process and the Test Plan
Discuss What’s Left
Develop an Action Plan
Pat Yourself on the Back!
How Do We Combine strategies into one
What should the final deliverable look like?
How should we communicate this to the
division? Training needed?