An Information Radiator is a publicly posted display that shows people walking by information they care about without having to ask anyone a question. Typically information radiators are big, very easy to see, and change often enough to be worth revisiting. Online files and Web pages generally do not make good information radiators, because an information radiator needs to be visible without significant effort on the part of the viewer.
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What is information security?
Examining or measuring whether an activity, component, product, result, or service conforms to specified requirements. Inspection is performed by a Independent Team / Group to provided timely unbiased Observations...
What is Integrated Project Delivery ?
To complete the information architecture, it is necessary to analyze the interaction of entity types and activities. Activities can be seen to either Create, Read, Update, or Delete (CRUD) at least one entity type. Entity types, in turn, need to be used by at least one activity. At the architectural level, we want to know answers to the following:
Interface Control Document (ICD) is a document that describes the interface(s) to a system or subsystem. It may describe the inputs and outputs of a single system or the interface between two systems or subsystems. It can be very detailed or pretty high level, but the point is to describe all inputs to and outputs from a system.
There are various factors that play a crucial role in the project, but some aspects are critical which decides the project value. Inventory management is one of them. What are inputs of it? Why is it critical? What’s the output?
A graphic technique, (also known as a fishbone diagrams, herringbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, or Fishikawa), used for displaying characteristics of a given situation or problem.
A method for keeping a record of open problems that, depending on their content, must be solved within the next task, before the next milestone, or before the change effort can be successfully completed.
A technique used to identify all relevant opportunities where information technology can be applied to reengineer the value stream or redesign the business process. Technologies within the enterprise's current portfolio, as well as new emerging technologies which can be acquired, should be included.