Information systems development methodologies, Computer Engineering

Task 1:  

Methodologies are 'regarded as a recommended series of steps and procedures to be followed in the course of developing an information system' and were introduced to improve the development of Information Systems.  Give reasons as to why these approaches can benefit systems analysis and development.  Support your answer with relevant examples.

Transferable/Key Skills and other attributes:

  • Communication: communicate effectively and professionally in written reports and oral presentations
  • IT Skills: Retrieve information using search engines, browsers and catalogues; use appropriate IT facilities to prepare and present technical reports in various formats (documents, oral presentations)
  • Numeracy: Use mathematical techniques in the processes of analysis and design
  • Problem Solving; solve problems using appropriate tools/methods.
  • Working with Others: Plan and manage team projects using available support tools; work effectively as part of a team, recognising the different roles within a team and different ways of organising teams
  • Self learning; Managing one's own learning and development including time management and organisational skills; research and investigative skills; Decision making and independent thought.
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