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< previous page page_221 next page > Page 221 carriers/assailants as objects, thus ascribing an inferior position to them in the analysis and making them "the problem" rather than one of the clients. It is reasonable to suppose that if we nominate the carrier/assailant as a client, then we may find ourselves attacking the primary difficulties rather than nursing the symptoms. The main shift in emphasis you may wish to concentrate on is that from the groups who are concerned about the potential attackers (the emphasis revealed by the "is" mode), to the actual carriers/assailants themselves. This would reflect a shift in the boundaries of the design. Despite the good intentions of the original multi-agency notion, very careful attention needs to be paid to how the design is realised. Fundamentally, as Ulrich suggests, we need to ask about the clients, purposes and designers of this system and how the purposes can be properly realised.
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If you are doing this exercise in groups you could usefully
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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