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To prove that he/she is truly dedicated to the service of others, community service must be done and documented. Working, volunteering and interning are all acceptable ways to gain experience in the field of veterinary medicine. The reason behind schools requiring experience is to ensure that the student knows what they are getting into before they spend thousands of dollars (approx... displayed next 300 characters
Many projects are different, but the role of a system analyst remains the same. When a system analyst initiates the project (SDLC), he should have a concrete picture of where the project will be heading...
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W3C / WSAWG Spring 2002
Overview of CSF Analysis
CSF analysis is:
A method developed at MIT's Sloan school by John Rockart to guide businesses in creating and measuring success
Widely used for technology and architectural planning in enterprise I/T
A top-down methodology that is especially suitable for designing systems as opposed to applications
A reductionist method for going from an abstract vision to concrete requirements
What Is a Critical Success Factor?
A key area where satisfactory performance is required for the organization to achieve its goals
A means of identifying the tasks and requirements needed for success
At the lowest level, CSFs become concrete requirements
A means to prioritize requirements
The CSF Method
Start with a vision: mission statement
Develop 5-6 high level goals
Develop hierarchy of goals and their success factors
Leads to concrete requirements at the lowest level of decomposition (a single, implementable idea)
Along the way, identify the problems being solved and the assumptions being made
Cross-reference usage scenarios and problems with requirements
Results of the Analysis
Hierarchy of goals and CSFs
Lists of requirements, problems, and assumptions
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