Functional analysis of office requirements

Functional analysis of office requirements

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The Functional Analysis of Office Requirements (FAOR) Project (ESPRIT Project Number 56) completed in 1987, serves as a comprehensive guide for conducting an office requirements analysis--defining the scope of an office analysis and setting out an approach to determining which office system supports the needs of a particular organization. This book describes the FAOR approach in detail and presents a case study in which it was used. In this way, readers are provided with the concepts underlying FAOR as well as an example of how to apply it in practice. Written by members of the project team, the book presents detailed coverage of the tools and techniques for creating a requirements analysis aimed at developing a successful office system of practical value in real-world settings.a multiperspective approach Gunter SchAcfer, Commission of the European Communities. Application in ... MOBILE Guide (1982) Equip* Methodologie Kayak. Project Kayak, INRIA, France, January. Mokhoff, N. (1979) ... Nolan, R. ( 1979) Managing the Crisis in Data Processing, Harvard Business Review, March -April. Olle, T.W., Sol, H. and ... Olle, T.W., Sol, H. and Tully, C. (1983) Information Systems Design Methodologies: A Feature Analysis, North Holland, Amsterdam. Olle, T.W., Solanbsp;...

Title:Functional analysis of office requirements
Author:Gunter Schäfer, Commission of the European Communities
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1988-09-13


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