The Structure Of Systems Analysis

  • John E. Bingham
  • Garth W. P. Davies
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Abstract

If you ask the average systems analyst to describe and define the work he does, you will probably receive a very vague answer. This is not because his work is particularly complex or difficult to describe (it is NOT as this book attempts to show), but simply because most systems analysts themselves do not have a very clear idea of the structure of their task. They are usually heavily overworked and manage to do their daily work because in most companies there is always a backlog of systems work which is clearly defined due to its urgency. So they follow a series of short-term goals rather than a methodology of systems analysis.

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© John E. Bingham and Garth W. P. Davies 1978

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  • John E. Bingham
  • Garth W. P. Davies

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