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Responsibility

Title

Medium-sized financial brokerage

-not critically dependent

upon IT, makes money!

-outsource accounting (new)

-move toward std packages

-IT department

-CMM level 0 but not formally

measured

-Data management Group

Bachelors in theology &

philosophy

masters of divinity

-12 yrs with firm

50 M soft supervision, no

hiring, etc.

technical rather than

management track,

more consulting than

directing

senior

technical data

consultant

Medium-sized health care facility

heavy into IT development

-Clinical team within IT

department

Bachelors of Science in

nursing1999

MS nursing, emphasis

informatics, 2002

42 F In charge of project

implementation, but no

reporting employees

Clinical

business

analyst

Small biotech firm

-IT department

college 1 year 1980,

computer science

-was employee-rehired as

individual consultant

41 M none Contract

programmer/a

nalyst

Small biotech firm

-IT department

BS-comp.science, 1983

Worked in field since that

time

41 M In charge of project and

one other employee

Software

engineering

manager.

Large food product company

flattened out budgets

-IT department

-1200 employees

electrical engineering,

1968

50 M None

Technical consulting

Corporate

level software

architecture

Large food product company

-Management System Group --

Organizational Technical

Development

Masters in aerospace

engineering

42 M -15 people recently,

down to 10 today

(08/2002

-MIS

consultant

Appendix B: Interview Guide

Systems Development Representations The Unified

Modeling Language: Organizational Prerequisites and

Use Value

Preamble

We began with informal explanation of who we are and what we were doing. We also read

the formal Institutional Review Board – human subjects – approved disclaimer.