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Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fifth Edition 1-1 Week 1 – Tutorial Review Questions 1. Give an example of a business problem. 2. What are the main steps followed when solving a problem? 3. Define system. 4. Define information system. 5. What are the types of information systems found in most organizations? 6. List the six fundamental technologies an analyst needs to understand. 7. List four types of tools the analyst needs to use to develop systems. 8. List five types of techniques used during system development. 9. What are some of the things an analyst needs to understand about businesses and organizations in general? 10. What are some of the things an analyst needs to understand about people? 11. How might an analyst become involved with executives and strategic planning
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Unformatted text preview: relatively early in his or her career? Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fifth Edition 1-2 Thinking Critically 1. Many different types of information systems were described in this chapter. Give an example of each type of system that might be used by a university. 2. What is the difference between technical skills and business skills? Explain how a computer science graduate might be strong in one area and weak in another. Discuss how the preparation for a CIS or MIS degree is different from the preparation for a computer science degree. 3. Explain why an analyst needs to understand how people think, learn, react to change, communicate, and work....
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