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Hadi Alaei Thinking critically chapter 4 Systems analysis and design 1. The first step to getting complete, comprehensive information is to define all the necessary questions and determine the users and the number of users required to answer the questions. During interview, analysts should try to make the interview as short as possible so the users don’t get tired and be focuses in answering questions. Also, during the interview analysts should look for as much as detail as possible and take careful notes so that they can get complete information. Also, it is very important to ask for possible errors that could occur in a process and document the answer for future use. 3. Some users may want some features in an information system which may be not as significant as the core features. Since recourses are limited, analysts should determine the scope of the information system and choose between what is very important and what isn’t. To reduce scope creep as much as possible, analysts should properly define, document, and control the scope of
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