interview project - Prepare a list of appropriate questions...

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CIS 281 – interviews Objective: To demonstrate understanding of fact-gathering through interviewing Using the information gleaned from the textbook and the supplemental articles, conduct a fact- finding interview with someone involved in a business procedure. Choose a person with whom you are familiar or comfortable. It can be a co-worker, a person you purchase products from, someone you attend church with, someone at the college (other than an instructor), or a relative/spouse. Identify the process that they are involved with; e.g., customer record keeping.
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Unformatted text preview: Prepare a list of appropriate questions to use in your interview. Use the proper steps in conducting an interview; for example, setting an appointment time. Record both your questions and their response in a report. Include a summarization of the main points. Remember that your objective is to become an expert on this procedure. This should be reflected in the questions presented to your interviewee and in your summarization. (20 points)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course CIS 268 taught by Professor Pitts during the Spring '08 term at Wallace Community College.

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