BIS3339 – Le12 (29April 2016) (10 weeks left)

  1. Contents
    1. Report writing – tell a story
      1. continuity
      2. completeness
    2. System Analysis and Requirements
      1. Stakeholder and Task analysis
      2. Workflows (Process design) – their expectations on functionalities
      3. Data Analysis and data dictionary (ER diagram / Data models / Data engine)
        1. Default tables other than out-of-the-box table
  2. Course-Works
    1. 100 pages for A;
    2. 27May for 1st Demo of Prototype 1 and further improvement
    3. Typical TOC (at student handbook)
      1. An abstract (5%) (17Jun)
      2. An Introduction (10%) (17Jun)
      3. A literature review (10%) (17Jun)
      4. System analysis and requirements (10%) (M1 – 13May)
        1. problem definition
      5. System Design (10%) (20May)
      6. System Implementation (20%) (27May)
      7. System Testing (10%) (10Jun)
      8. System Evaluation (10%) (10Jun)
      9. Project Evaluation (10Jun)
      10. Conclusion (10%)
      11. References (5% with overall presentation)
    4. Project Viva (24Jun – Last Lesson) – English + Chinese
    5. Final report submission at (24Jun)
  3. References
  4. Follow-ups
    1. customized TOC next time;
    2. Lesson learnt: finish as soon as possible – 15th June
    3. Next Lesson: System and requirements analysis (Draft)
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BIS3339 – Le12 (29April 2016) (10 weeks left)

BIS3324 – Le13 (26April2016)

  1. Contents
    1. SAM (Strategic Alignment Model)
    2. Consensus <-> alignment
      1. Business strategy: eg. market share 40% -> new product / service / innovative, cost leadership;
      2. IT strategy
      3. Levels of Strategy and Infrastructure: functional processes / procedures; administrative structure / skills (functional);
      4. Competency based : technical; decision making; communciation; team work; innovation; resilence;
      5. Strategy Alignment models
        1. Perspective 1: IT acts on business infrastructure; no IT strategy involved;
        2. Perspective 2: IT acts on Business strategy, eg. Outsourcing;
        3. Perspective 3: IT strategy affecting Business strategy, eg. Consultancy;
        4. Perspective 4: IT s
    3. PPT of <Organizational culture & Change management>
      1. organizational culture:
      2. 壹田 文化: 幫助別人成功 / 大部份員工都不是很聰明, 如何激勵及發掘其潛能 / 地震去熊本市協助及報導;
      3. Forces for change:
        1. environmental forces
        2. internal forces
      4. Resistance to change
  2. Assignment
    1. including <Strategy Alignment models>;
    2. <Consensus>
      1. IT – Business models
      2. General alignment practices, eg. workshops, business people as IT heads;
  3. References
  4. Follow-ups
    1. Traditional IT – react to needs / passive to services;
    2. Update trend – technological sharing / bring in insights / introducing practices;
BIS3324 – Le13 (26April2016)

ITX3000 – Le12 (26April 2016)

  1. Contents
    1. Wk 9 PPT – Cognitive Psychology Attention
  2. Assignment
  3. Follow-ups
  4. References
    1. No palgarism check on hard-copy -> please prepare for Courseworks at spare time;
    2. 自編導演: Self-authoring / Self-directing / self-acting;
    3. eg. writing proposal / writing tender with self only characteristics;
      1. Main point – prepare work to users; no extra works by users;
    4. Long term planning in HK
      1. disclosures of meeting minutes >50 years in British government – 10 years housing policy / 6 years free education – 麥理浩
    5. University entry – 海外學生排隊 – 識人
      1. 清華/北大 – 香港學生
      2. 廣州中大 – 香港學生
      3. 香港大學 – 中三/四 英國GCE
ITX3000 – Le12 (26April 2016)

BIS3400 – Le12 (24April 2016)

  1. Content
    1. Big Data & Digital Divide PPT;
    2. analyze and visual data, eg. CCTV;
      1. additional data for marketing;
      2. for projection / prediction functionalities;
    3. Big data characterized by 5V:
      1. Volume: large quantity; scales of exabytes
      2. Velocity: rapid production and processing needs
      3. Variety (mostly unstructured):
      4. Veracity (low quality input with high quality output requirements):
      5. Value:
    4. *Kant VS Consequentialism: (Ethic and Social: high mark differentiation)
      1. Kant: Belief & Principles (Common to all / not based on situation)
        1. Rules / orders -> quick decision logics
        2. Timeline: Long term
        3. sample -> Internet Content Regulation -> Freedom of Speech (Democracy) -> Western
        4. Culture: ocean culture – multi ethnics; western: intra-continental – single-ethnic stability;
      2. Consequentialism: Base on Situations / Result & Benefits & Cost
        1. Timeline: NOW; does the result gives us a better result now?
    5. Example: Internet content regulation
      1. K: Freedom of Speech -> Democracy
      2. C: Can “Social Order” Principle out-balance the “freedom of speech””
  2. Assignment
    1. Firstly, by Principle of Kant – working surveillance is not ethical
      1. what IT can do
      2. not ethical for electronic surveillance
    2. On the other hand of Consequentialism
      1. IT can bring advantages: minize
      2. in view of consequentialism -> ethic for electronic surveillance
    3. Refer to structures of PPT in Big Data
      1. Legal (P.16 of PPT of Big Data)
        1. existing laws (300 words)
        2. drafting laws with disputes (400 words)
      2. Definitions of “Electronic workplace surveillance” with quote
        1. quotation
        2. define scope
      3. Social theories: such as discrimination…
  3. Follow-ups
    1. 中簽率
    2. Sales related indicators for decision / improvements;
    3. Data protection policies; with monthly reports for storage and comparison;
    4. don’t always quote in law and professional (use your own wordings to state in legal and professional)
      1. re-phrasing in laws
    5. Social media: ethical to crawl data from social media account? samples / scenarios
    6. Next lesson – two PPT slides of ethical issues
      1. with notes
      2. 10 PPT
        1. definition – 1
        2. ethic – 2
        3. soical – 2
        4. legal – 2
        5. professional – 2
        6. vulnerabilities and limitations – 1
  4. References
    1. Analytic functions with IP cam;
    2. Broken Promises of Privacy: Responding to the Surprising Failure of Anonymization, Ohm, Paul — about
    3. Benson’s Writing approach in Marking scheme
      1. Main bodies -> Conclusion -> Introduction
      2. Ethical -> Social -> Legal -> Professional
        1. Two PPT slides of ethical
BIS3400 – Le12 (24April 2016)

BIS3339 – Le12 (22April 2016)

  1. Content
    1. Literature review Works:
      1. add more coding samples;
        1. HTML5 coding and design for SharePoint 2013
      2. elaborate searching examples;
      3. Success samples
      4. Conclusion
    2. Final report (One-year contents) (samples)
      1. High grade
        1. Good Interface design
      2. Low grade
      3. TOC
        1. literature review – enhancements or revising / bug patching
        2. Stakeholder analysis
        3. Functional
          1. ER diagram / Use case
          2. Data dictionary
          3. Prototype / design layout
        4. Non-functional requirement
        5. Test case (5-6 pages)
        6. table structures?
        7. coding (10% @ report + 5% @ Viva)
        8. Appendix
          1. Source code
  2. Follow-ups
    1. 27th May – portal demo
    2. Prototype drawing
    3. Use Case diagram
    4. evaluation
    5. Next lesson (29/4)
      1. final version of report
      2. Process analysis
      3. Customization of system
        1. HomePage – Logos, skins
        2. Logos
  3. References
    1. wiki – knowledge management
    2. SharePoint 2013 Best Practices
    3. Searching in Enterprise
BIS3339 – Le12 (22April 2016)