Posted by tac_admin, August 14, 2011

What is Problem Analysis?

  • Problem analysis is the process of understanding real-world problems and user’s needs and proposing solutions to meet those needs.
  • The goal of problem analysis is to gain a better understanding of the problem being solved, before development begins.
  • To identify the root cause, or the problem behind the problem, ask the people directly involved.
  • Identifying the actors on the system is a key step in problem analysis

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