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“Eight Classic Techniques.” An experiences analyst is adept at using a wide variety of elicitation techniques and possesses the sensitivities and skill necessary to assess the political, technical, and psychological characteristics of a situation to determine which elicitation technique to apply.

  • Explain the eight (8) classic techniques used most in organizations today. Compare and contrast the strengths of each.

  1. Interviewing

  2. Brainstorming

  3. Conducting collaborative workshops

  4. Prototyping

  5. Questionnaires

  6. Observation

  7. Independent study

  8. Modeling

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Elicitation techniques
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This is a technique used by the system analysis in the gathering of information among the
users of the system. It is a formal face to face meeting between the system analysts and user
of the system. An interview can be explained a certain type of meeting and can be limited to
two persons. In some cases, it can be more than one interviewee (Cooke, 1994). The different
strengths include a fast method of collecting information with a response rate that is high,
interviewers are able ...

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