MINSYST – Feasibility Study Plan


To be able to look for a local/national problem that can be resolved using Information System (IS) implementation

To study different IS implementations and conduct a cost-benefit analysis on its effects to the issue being resolved

To present and defend the feasibility study plan with valid and logical support

Template for Proposal

Follow the format used by the US Department of Energy (DOE) found in this link – http://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/cioprod/documents/feas.pdf

Timeline (Refer to the DOE template)

Note: Always submit the written report to justinp@apc.edu.ph in PDF format on or before the day before the presentation date. No need to provide hard copies except the final report. Revisions in the document must be submitted until the day before the next meeting.

No written report, no presentation.

July 24 Fri – Written: Chapter 1 Introduction; Presentation (5 slides, 1-Title page, 2- Purpose of the Study, 3- Project History, 4- Methodology, 5- Reference.

Presentation time: 7 mins per group, 2 mins Q&A

July 31 Fri – Written: Chapter 2 General Information, Presentation (7 slides, 1- Title page, 1 slide per sub-section/section)

Presentation time: 7 mins per group, 2 mins Q&A

Aug 14 Fri – Written: Chapter 3 Alternatives & Chapter 4 Recommendations and Conclusions, Presentation (Slides will vary. Provide at the most 3 alternatives based on your shortlist)

Presentation time: 10 mins per group, 5 mins Q&A

Aug 17 Tue – Submission of final written report. This is the only report that you need to printout aside from sending it via PDF format. No more presentation during this meeting.

The discussion is open for peer coaching. Meaning, other groups can pose intelligent questions and suggestions that will positively help the presenters improve their Feasibility Study.


Group Grade 80% – (This grade will be coming from the teacher)

Content – 60%

Did the content help improve the current process of the organization?

Did the content satisfactorily justify the solutions presented and conclusion chosen?

Did the content provide a high-impact solution to the organization’s problem?

Did the group justly pick the feasible conclusion?

Did the content answer and respond to the questions/concerns of the peers?

Is the feasibility study well-researched?

Presentation – 20%

Did the group come in prepared for the presentation?

Did the group follow the format for the presentation?

Did the group follow the submission deadlines?

Did the group communicate their ideas in a manner where the audience can fully understand their thoughts?

Individual Grade 20% – (This grade will be coming from the group leader)

The criteria will be given to the group leader. The group leader automatically gets 100% for this component. The reason for the individual grade is to be able to give the right grade to each member based on his/her contribution to the group. The teacher won’t be able to see the individual contribution. The leader, however, can observe that.

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