Systems Analysis and Design: Current Practices
The process to develop computer-based information systems has changed significantly within the last ten years. Research was conducted to determine how organizations currently perform systems analysis and design. Responding organizations provided evaluations of their current approaches and tools. The results should provide insights for information systems practitioners and have implications for educational efforts and research in the information systems field.
|Charles R. Necco, Carl L. Gordon, and Nancy W. Tsai
|Systems development methods, systems development life cycle, traditional/classical approach, structured methods, automated tools, prototyping, information centers