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System Analysis & Design Training Course

System Analysis and Design course provides a methodical approach to developing computer systems including systems planning, design, testing, implementation and software maintenance.  Emphasis is on the strategies and techniques of systems analysis and design for producing logical methodologies for dealing with complexity in the development of information systems.  The course approaches the development of information systems (IS) from a problem-solving perspective.



The Context for Analysis and Design

  • Business Analysis

  • Constraints

  • Using IT for Competitive Advantage

  • Successful Systems

  • The Role of the Analyst and Designer

  • Ethical Considerations


Approaches to Analysis and Design

  • A Framework for Analysis and Design Methods

  • Object-Orientation

  • Traditional Approaches

  • Structured Approaches

  • Rapid Application Development

  • Workflow Systems


Communicating with People

  • Types of Communication

  • Barriers to Communication

  • Improving Your Skills


Building Better Systems

  • Quality Concepts

  • Quality Gurus

  • The Cost of Poor Quality

  • Quality Management

  • Quality in the Structured Life Cycle


Project Management

  • Stages of System Development

  • Project Planning

  • Estimating

  • Project Monitoring and Control


Systems Analysis: Concepts

  • What Is Systems Analysis?

  • Development Life Cycles

  • A Structured Approach

  • The PARIS Model


Systems Analysis: Planning the Approach

  • Objectives and Terms of Reference

  • Constraints

  • Preparing for Detailed Analysis

  • The Feasibility Study


Systems Analysis: Asking Questions and Collecting Data

  • Fact-finding Interviews

  • Questionnaires

  • Observation

  • Record Searching

  • Document Analysis


Systems Analysis: Recording the Information

  • Data Dictionaries and CASE Tools

  • Data Flow Diagrams

  • Modelling Current Physical Processing

  • Entity Models

  • Modelling Current Data

  • The Data Catalogue

  • Recording the Requirements


Object-Oriented Methods

  • Principles of OO

  • Object-Oriented Models



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