Experiential Systems Analysis


  • Frank G. Duserick
  • Ernest L. Enke
  • Amy Rummel
  • Randall Rummel


There is a growing interest in experiential teaching approaches without the empirical evidence that it is a more viable approach than the traditional instructional methodology for systems analysis. The objectives of this research are to develop a model for comparing methodologies for the teaching of systems analysis, to utilize the model to test performance of the subjects and to identify and apply appropriate measures for assessing performance. This paper intends to utilize a research framework to compare experiential and traditional approaches to teaching Systems Analysis using a process oriented methodology for analysis.