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Literature Review

28 August, 2015 - 12:23

A common method for gathering initial information about an information system or the operations of a business process is the internal literature review. An internal literature review is the examination of documentation maintained within the organization, such as flowcharts, organization charts, data flow diagrams, and procedures manuals. Gathering information from documentation outside the organization (e.g., industry statistics) is an example of an external literature review.