A Management View of Systems Analysts: Failures and Shortcomings

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Abstract

The development of useful and satisfactory computer-based information systems requires a good working relationship between the user and the analyst. However, it appears that this relationship frequently is threatened by ineffective systems work. It is caused by a set of perceptions and assumptions that users and analysts make which lead to dissatisfaction with the analyst. This article explores some of the reasons for failures and short-comings as well as insights into what can be done to improve the situation.

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Author James A. Senn
Year 1978
Volume 2
Issue 3
Keywords systems analyst, analysis and design, resistance to information systems, information structure, information systems
Page Numbers 25-32