PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FOR SYSTEMS ANALYSIS

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ASSIGNMENT 1 STRUCTURE

In this assignment cover page usually includes course code and name, semester, assignment title, student name, and student ID.

 

Abstract

 

Abstract is one of the important parts of reports, research papers, and academic assignments. The abstract is often the last item that you write, but the first thing people read when they want to have a quick overview of the whole paper. I suggest you leave writing the abstract to the end, because you will have a clearer picture of all of your work.

A good abstract should has one well-developed paragraph that is coherent and concise, and is able to stand alone as a unit of information covers all the essential academic elements of the full length paper, namely the background, purpose, focus, methods, results and conclusions contains no information not included in the paper.

 

  Table of Contents

 

The table of contents usually includes the titles of the first-level headers, and often includes second-level or section titles (A-heads), and occasionally even third-level titles (subsections or B-heads).

 

  Introduction

 

Clarity of the introduction to the organisation selected for assignments in this course. This assignment introduction usually includes the following:

1-  Selected organisation background

2-  What the assignment is about?

3-  Outline the rest parts of this assignment

 

  Time Management Plan

Students are required to provide an effective time management plan that will lead to successful submission of your assignment 1 (Report), and the completion of the required activities that included in this assignment. This time management plan including the following:

 

1- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS): Professional design of WBS, and present all the relevant details at high level to complete assignment 1.

2- Task-Sequencing Approaches: Selection of the task-sequencing approach and the justification provided for this selection. Demonstrate an understanding of the project activities; and able to identify the priorities in the selected approach.

 

  Fact-Finding

Develop a fact-finding plan including the following:

 

1-  Interviews

2-  Documentation review

3-  Observation

4-  Questionnaires

5-  Research

 

Student need to explain how they will use these methods to obtain data. Also, which method you will using first and why (you need to write your justification).

 

  Organisation Chart

 

Review your chosen organisation, then draw the organisation chart. Next, list the individuals you would like to interview. Prepare a list of objectives for each of the interviews you will conduct. For example:

1- IT Manager

Student need to write a list of objectives, which explain his/her choice.

 

2- Director of Sales

Student need to write a list of objectives, which explain his/her choice. etc.

 

   “AS IS” Process

 

You need to provide an “AS IS” process diagram by using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) or Unified Modelling Language (UML) notation. The “AS IS” diagram should explain the process flow of your chosen organisation. Then, explain which process flow in this diagram that you want to improve.

 

   Report to Top Management

 

You are required to write a summary professional report to the top management (CEO) about the planning and analysis phases that you already completed. This report at a minimum should include the objectives, processes undertaken, scope, and recommendations to the top management (CEO).

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