ebusiness Architecture Roles
ebusiness Primary Models
B2B Brokerage Model
Buyer Aggregator Model
Buy Sell Match-Model
ebusiness B2B Hub
B2B Vertical Hub
Virtual Mall Model
Advertising Model Types
Organization Structure Alignment
Top-Down Strategy for Business
Existing Business Services
Effects on Existing Business
Issues and Concerns - Exercise
Key issues and concerns of the stakeholder
Address the key issues and concerns of stakeholders.
This exercise is worth a total of 5 points.
To receive full credit, you need to list in order of priority five key questions or issues from the perspective of the stakeholders that you will need to address in your design.
As well as five additional
that you might raise in addressing each of these questions.
Once you have completed your answer, you will submit your answer.
You are the e-business architect for an online grocery store called DN-Groceries.com.
You have the following information to work with:
DN-Groceries.com is a family-owned business that employs 60 employees and has 15 delivery trucks.
It currently operates in a single location, delivering five days a week to both households and other small businesses. DN-Groceries.com currently averages 50 deliveries per day.
Half of the DN-Groceries.com business now comes from online orders via an email ordering system.
The online ordering system has been operational for about two months, and is managed in-house by two long-time employees. The company has a working e-business model, but wants to expand the business.
They have asked you to redesign the e-business architecture.
You are preparing for a meeting with the stakeholders in this company. In preparation for this meeting, you need to compile a list of questions that will address their concerns. You also want to anticipate some of the additional questions that they will likely raise in discussing these key questions.
Based on what you know, your task will be to do the following:
List, in order of priority, five general questions that anticipate the concerns of the DN-Groceries.com stakeholders in this venture.
For each of the five key questions you listed, include at least one specific question that you might ask about the company process that would help you better understand these concerns.
This is a planning exercise; hence, there are no clear-cut right or wrong answers. Feel free to make assumptions about the enterprise, but where you do so, please list these in your solution.
The purpose of this exercise is to give you an opportunity to utilize your own process in addressing the key issues and concerns of the stakeholders in the design process.
Remember that the architect is involved on a strategic, not tactical, level and must avoid becoming immersed in the details that should be handled by the developer or the managers.
Submitting your exercise
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