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A presentation compiled from various SAD books.

A presentation compiled from various SAD books.

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  • Typically, information systems or the more common  legacy  information systems include people, procedures, data , software, and hardware (by degree) that are used to gather and analyze  digital  information
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    • 1. System Analysis and Design Lecture Note 1 – Concept of SAD
    • 2. O’ Neil Lim [email_address]
    • 3. Lecturer Background
      • Degree in Computer Science (Hons)
      • Master in Information Systems
      • Scholar Researcher on
        • Creative Learning
        • IT Outsourcing
        • Retention Management
      • Industry Experiences:
        • Open Source Programming
        • Content Management System
        • Quality Assurance / Lead Assessor
    • 4. Things we’ll learn:
      • What is System Analysis and Design (SAD)
      • Types of Systems
      • Where does SAD positioned
      • Importance of SAD
      • Solutioning
      • Practical Examples
    • 5. What is SAD   "originated in the 1960s,to develop large scale functional business systems in an age of large scale business conglomerates. Information systems activities revolved around heavy data processing and number crunching routines“ Note: Conglomerates means a group of diverse companies under common ownership and run as a single organization
    • 6. What is SAD
      • Systems Analysis and Design, 9th Edition (Shelly Cashman )
      Home work 1
    • 7. What is SAD
      • Information Systems  (IS) is an academic/professional  discipline bridging the business field and the well-defined computer science field that is evolving toward a new scientific area of study.
      • An  information system  (IS) - or  application landscape  - is any combination of   information technology   and people's activities that support operations, management, and decision making.
    • 8. Types of Systems
    • 9. Where does SAD positioned Software Development Methodology SDLC
    • 10. Where does SAD positioned
    • 11. Where does SAD positioned
    • 12. Where does SAD positioned Rational Unified Process Accelerated SAP
    • 13.  
    • 14. The Importance of SAD
    • 15. The Importance of SAD
    • 16. Solutioning
    • 17. Solutioning
    • 18. Solutioning
    • 19. Solutioning
    • 20. Additional References
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systems_analysis
      • http://www.nos.org/htm/sad1.htm
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterfall_model
      • http://www.idinews.com/waterfall.html
      • http://www.slideshare.net/biersh/system-analysis-101
      • System Analysis, Design, and Development: Concepts, Principles, and Practices (Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management) [Hardcover]
      • Charles S. Wasson  (Author)
      • http://media.wiley.com/product_data/excerpt/87/04700747/0470074787.pdf
    • 21.  
    • 22.  
    • 23. Start Yes Review Project Schedule Changes? No End Update Committee Report Sign Off Design Inputs Functional Report User Requirements Documentation Prepare Test Plans (P05-4) SA / DTL QA / DTL PM CUST Any Changes? Review Documentation No Accept? Review Functional Report Yes Yes No End Review Documentation Any Changes? Yes No SAD System Analysis Design Documentation Preparation Functional Reports Programming Instruction
    • 24. Q & A Lecture Note 1 – Concept of SAD

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