Chapter07 - 146 Determining System Requirements Chapter 7...

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Unformatted text preview: 146 Determining System Requirements Chapter 7 Determining System Requirements True-False Questions 1. Requirements determination, requirements structuring, and alternative generation and choice are the three parts to analysis. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 202 2. During requirements determination, information can be gathered from users of the current system, forms, reports, and procedures. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 204 3. Challenging yourself to look at the organization in new ways describes the impertinence characteristic that a systems analyst should exhibit during the requirements determination phase. Answer : False Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 204 4. Assuming anything is possible and eliminating the infeasible describes the reframing characteristic that a systems analyst should exhibit during the requirements determination phase. Answer : False Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 204 5. Finding the best solution to a business problem or opportunity describes the attention to details characteristic that a systems analyst should exhibit during the requirements determination phase. Answer : False Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 204 6. Requirements creep is a term used to describe a project that has bogged down in an abundance of analysis work. Answer : False Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 205 7. Joint Application Design and prototyping can help keep the analysis effort at a minimum yet still effective. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 205 8. Collection of information is at the core of systems analysis. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Reference : p. 205 9. Contrary to popular belief, interviewing is not one of the primary ways analysts gather information about an information systems project. Answer : False Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 206 10. In order to promote more truthful responses, the general nature of the interview should not be explained to the interviewee in advance. Answer : False Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 206 147 Determining System Requirements 11. Neutrality is a guideline for effective interviewing. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 206 12. As a general guideline, you should prepare an agenda with approximate time limits for different sections of the interview. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 207 13. Unstructured questions are questions in interviews and on questionnaires that have no prespecified answers. Answer : False Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 208 14. Open-ended questions are usually used to probe for information when you cannot anticipate all possible responses or when you do not know the precise question to ask. Answer : True Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 208 15. Open-ended questions can put the interviewee at ease because she can respond in her own words using her own structure....
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