Attributes of Information System Development
Computer-based information systems too often do not satisfactorily meet the information needs of users and are inflexible in accommodating change. Because change is inevitable for any system, a framework for viewing the information system development process which takes this into account is necessary. The concept of decoupling as a framework which seeks to minimize the adverse consequences of change is discussed in this article.
|Author||Hugh F. Juergens|
|Keywords||Development objectives, development methodology, development process information system structure, systems approach, decoupling|