Event Management Online Desk Case Study

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1.0 Project Proposal
1.1 Project Background, Issues & Rationale
This Section provides the background, issues and rationale behind this proposed Event Management Online Desk (EMOD) in brief.

1.1.1 Background
There are many numbers of events happening every day somewhere in today’s changing Sri Lankan society. These events are happening under many categories such as: events organized by schools, companies, artists, politicians and other various kinds of parties.

At present, most of these events are handled by either event management companies/ organizers or by individuals. On the other hand, there are many event suppliers who supplies different event organizing resources. But, in the present context,
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It is focused on identifying the risks before going to the next step in system development. It helps to reduce the damage by identifying the risk before it happens.

Figure 09: Spiral system development model (Author, 2015)

Spiral model starts from small point in the middle. It starts from small scale. And predict the risks in the next step. Then if there are any risks reduce it and expand to the next step. It keeps predicting the risks and expanding. As it keeps growing the risk is getting lower and the expanding speed is getting faster. But it is very important to predict the risks in the system to keep going the spiral. That is where the management section in the developing team comes.
Spiral model also contain some parts from the Waterfall model. The stages in the Spiral model are almost same as the waterfall model. It has 4 stages to predict risks before going to the each stage.
 Planning
 Analysis
 Design
 Implementation and operation
These steps are again same as the waterfall model steps. [Please refer to section 3.2.1] Advantages and Disadvantages of Spiral SDM
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But it is efficient if there are only two persons who have enough knowledge about the proposed system and the developing process. It is recommended to arrange the meeting in a suitable place and time which will be convenient and the people who are involved feel comfortable.
There are two types of the interviews.
 Structured (Formal interviews)
Formal interviews are where people meet on appointment and face to prepared questions. These questions are fixed and expecting answers for a specific feature/doubt.
 Unstructured (Casual interviews)
Casual interviews are where people meet freely and face question which are not prepared before. So an experienced interviewer can ask as much as questions and cross questions to clear any doubt they have and clear it out to get a good idea about the system.
Language takes a huge roll in interviews. The success of the interview depends on how the interviewer communicate with other people. The interview will be a failed one if he cannot understand what other people say or if he cannot express his idea in order to have a better relationship and understanding.
There are three ways interviewer can record the data.
 Writing it down
 Voice recording
 Video capturing
This can be decided by the interviewer considering the place and more convenient
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