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Further, because there is no physical wear and tear, the rate at which problems occur does remain the same. The reality, however, is that during the course of its usage, there is a likelihood that the software system (and the ecosystem around it) has been tinkered with, through customizations, higher data volumes, newer interfaces to external systems, etc. Each time such changes occur, there is the chance that new points of failure will be introduced. As keen practitioners, one should be wary of such evolving systems.
It assesses the opportunities, risks, dependencies, and threats to the organization, and makes plans to help the organization surf the tide in the changing external environment. c. Policy systems — rules of intervention. This establishes the ground rules that govern the functioning of the entire organization. It is important to be democratic while constituting these rules, to ensure their widespread compliance. 3. The environment. This includes those parts of the outside world that are of direct relevance to the system under consideration.
Russell L. fm Page 21 Thursday, July 5, 2007 10:44 AM Chapter 2 Systems I must create a system, or be enslaved by another man’s. —William Blake For a profession that deals with systems, it is a matter of some perplexity that little attention is paid to Systems Science by those who build software systems. That practitioners tend to ignore theoretical underpinnings of their professions is not unexpected. Good actors do not necessarily attend acting schools. Many managers are successful without being students of management science.