1.) The associates should try to learn what my background is and what kind of experience I have. I should try to learn what are the associates thoughts and concerns associated with the system I’m going to design for them.
2.) Yes it does, the company has quite a lot of paperwork currently clogging up time between employees, and by setting up a new system to alleviate the hassle it will simplify the business transactions and patient information. Also by implementing this system the clinic will not need to hire additional staff which in turn leads to more salary and benefit costs.
3.) Operational Feasibility
Will the new system require training for users? If so, is the clinic prepared to provide the necessary resources for training current employees?
Will patients experience adverse effects in any way, either temporarily or permanently?
Does the clinic have the necessary hardware, software, and network resources? If not, can those resources be acquired without difficulty?
Does the clinic have the needed technical expertise? If not, can it be acquired?
What are the tangible benefits to the clinic implementing a new system?
What are the intangible benefits to the clinic implementing a new system?
What conditions must be satisfied during the development of the system?
Has management established a firm timetable for the project?
4.) Step 1 Understand the problem
Step 2 Define the project scope and constraints
Step 3 Perform fact-finding
Analyze organizational charts
Conduct a user survey
Step 4 Evaluate feasibility
Step 5 Estimate project development time and costs
Step 6 Present results and recommendations to management