The Changing Roles of the Systems Analyst

The Changing Roles of the Systems Analyst

David Graf (Northern Illinois University, USA) and Mark Misic (Northern Illinois University, USA)
Copyright: © 1994 |Pages: 9
DOI: 10.4018/irmj.1994040102
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Abstract

The role of the systems analyst continues to be integral to the backbone of the organization—the organization’s information system. The nature of the systems analysts’ activities and work environment has undergone many changes in recent years. A more computer literate user community, new systems innovations, and a move toward cooperative systems development have contributed to these changes. This study attempted to develop and clarify the roles of the systems analyst based upon the frequency of selected systems analyst activities within the context of human relationships encountered by the systems analyst.

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