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Indira Gandhi National Open University presents
A video Lecture Course: System Analysis
b what is system investigation ? It is another term for requirement analysis requirement analysis
WHAT IS REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS? b analysis of the needs of the user b study of the current system b wish list
IMPORTANCE OF REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS b A builder builds a house only after studying the land and it’s laws...
IMPORTANCE OF REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS b A doctor operates only after proper diagnosis and a battery of tests...
SUCCESSFUL PROJECT TEAMS SPEND.. b 50 % of time & effort on analysis b 30 % of time & effort on design b 20 % of time & effort on development
YOU HAVE TO BE …. b … a detective to dig out potential and existing problems...
YOU HAVE TO BE... b A charmer able to deflect antagonism
ASKING QUESTIONS... b Whom to ask ? b What information to seek ? b Why is it required ? b When to ask ? b Where to ask ?
WHOM TO ASK ? b should we question the chairman or the marketing manager or the security guard ?
NEUMANN-HADASS MODEL STRATEGIC PLANNING (SENIOR MGMT) MGMT. CONTROL (MIDDLE MGMT) OPERATIONS CONTROL (JUNIOR MGMT)
WHOM TO ASK ? b preparing a bill - junior management b discounts to customers - middle management b customer profile for next 5 years - senior management
WHAT INFORMATION TO SEEK ? b each system has 8 basic characteristics which we have to study
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS b goals - purpose of the system b Inputs - resources used b outputs - results achieved b boundaries - scope of the system
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS b environment - external factors b components - processing details b interrelations - links b constraints - limitations
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS PAYROLL PROCESSING Attendance Leave Tax Payslips PF
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS b Goals - printing payslips b Inputs - attendance, leave details b Outputs - payslips, PF register b Boundaries - payroll processing department
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS b Environment - tax laws b Components & Interrelations - payroll processing programs b Constraints - inputs available only 2 days before processing
WHY IS THAT REQUIRED ? b crux of system investigation b not to accept anything at face value b spirit of inquiry
CHECKING FOR REDUNDANCY PO Finance Receiving Stores Customer Purchase Records (2)
WHEN ASKING WHY, REMEMBER b you will not be popular b you will have to dig deeper and find real reasons
Indira Gandhi National Open University presents
A Video Lecture Course: Data Structure & Algorithms
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Set Raghav Mishra Carpenter Gopal Mehto Kanwar Singh
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ASKING QUESTIONS... b When to ask ? b Where to ask ?
GROUND RULES b make an appointment else you will look unprofessional & rude b unplanned meeting implies unprepared user b ensure that the user has enough time for you
GROUND RULES b user’s work place access to documents access to documents home ground home ground b neutral meeting ground
MISSING QUESTION... b HOW is the work done ?
WHY MISSING ? b concerned with reasons and not methods b vital to distinguish between data and methods
USERS ARE MOST IMPORTANT b State-of-the-art systems but useless b Identify all end users b Accurate & complete organizational chart b classify end users
Indira Gandhi National Open University presents. A Video Lecture Course; System Analysis.
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