CMC3523_SAD_Tut 6

CMC3523_SAD_Tut 6 - a) List all the possible techniques...

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Tutorial 6- Chapter 4 Structured Analysis – Investigation Techniques Part A : Review Questions 1. What are the steps in Interview as a fact-finding techniques? 2. What should we do before, during and after Interview? 3. During the interview should the analyst take notes or use a tape recorder? 4. What should we do before, during and after Observation? 5. What is Hawthorn effect? Follow up Tutorial 5 2. What are fact-finding techniques that systems analyst use during the preliminary investigation? State two advantages and disadvantages of each technique. Part B: Apply your knowledge Situation The school is considering a new system that will speed up the student registration process. As a system analyst, you are asked to develop a plan for fact-finding.
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Unformatted text preview: a) List all the possible techniques that you might use b) Describe an advantage for each technique. c) What are five important questions to use during fact-finding. d) Design a questionnaire to learn more about Part C: Case Studies Refer to the Case Studies of the New Century Health Clinic on page 3.44 4 th Ed./ P.139 on 5 th Ed. of the text book System Analysis and Design by Shelly, Cashman & Rosenblatt. 1. List the individuals you would like to interview during the system analysis phase. 2. Prepare a list of objectives for each of the interviews you will conduct. 3. Prepare a list of specific questions for each individual you will conduct....
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course CMC 3523 taught by Professor Freddy during the Three '10 term at Swinburne.

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