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STEPS IN SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
Transcript of STEPS IN SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
1. DEFINING PROBLEM/NEED
The first step in systems approach is defining the problem. A problem is the gap between what actually is and what should be (goal)..
In view of this problem, the need could be any or all of the following:
2. FORMULATING OBJECTIVES
The second step is operationalizing the objective.
An objective is a statement of desired results
in terms that can be measured. Appropriate
yardstick to measure the extent to which the
stated objectives have been attained
should be provided.
more supplementary educational system
revision of textbooks
better teaching techniques
more competent teachers
more reading skills
3. DETERMINING RESOURCES/
The third step is assessing constraints and resources. Constraints are limited conditions which must be overcome in order to attain the objectives. Resources are available means, such as funds, manpower, materials and equipment which is essential to the attainment of the objective.