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Focus of your Methodology: *STEP 3c [Context Analysis]* from the Socio-Technical Toolbox (STT). You should analyse more closely and elaborate on how the specified parts of the STT might be extended with features of SSM (and related techniques). This you should also describe with your own examples. You should develop your own complete templates for these steps with examples of how the templates are to be used inclusive instructions for their use. As a recommended starting point - make yourself a brief personal overview of SSM (by Peter Checkland), read up on the STT and the framework for evaluation of methodologies (in Avison and Fitzgerald). Then you will be able to pursue your inquiry more efficiently in greater depth.
The assignment will require you to evaluate and combine what you learn from Soft Systems Methodology (SSM, by Peter Checkland) and incorporate relevant aspect of it into specified parts of the Socio-Technical Toolbox. You are also expected explore use ideas from other but closely related techniques available in other methodologies such as Client Led Design by Frank Stowell and Object Oriented Analysis and Design by Lars Mathiassen et al (referring to techniques such as PEARL, FACTOR and other). You should use the evaluation framework described in the book by Avison and Fitzgerald to support your evaluation. Additionally for the evaluation you can also use the NIMSAD framework (in book by Nimal Jayaratna) For this purpose you will need to develop, adapt and personalise their framework for your evaluation specifically so it is suitable for you individual needs (so it becomes suitable especially for the methodology you created).
Start a learning diary (this is to be your compulsory study logbook) and try to keep it up to date on an everyday or at least on a weekly basis. The logbook is not marked but will be a required appendix to support your written project assignment.