Project Scope Candidates should summarize what will and will not be included in

Project scope candidates should summarize what will

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before proceeding to the sections below. Project Scope Candidates should summarize what will and will not be included in the project. The scope of the project should be large enough for the student to demonstrate a very broad spectrum of information and clearly demonstrate competency. Project Rationale Candidates’ summaries should include the rationale for choosing this project, including what makes this problem interesting or significant. Problem Summary Candidates’ summaries of the problem should include the context in which this problem exists. Problem Background Candidates should provide sufficient background information so that the reader can appreciate the need for a solution and the approach that will be taken in the project. Need for the Solution Candidates’ summaries should include why the problem is important. Reason for Approach Candidates’ summaries should include why the proposed approach was selected and include a comparison of this approach to other approaches.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 5 Prospectus Organization Candidates’ summaries should include all the sections to follow and should tell the reader what can be expected in the remainder of the prospectus. Problem Statement In this section, you will summarize in a business or an IT problem statement the components of the problem. Include the following information in your explanation: Background Information In the statement, candidates should summarize what the reader needs to know in order to appreciate the problem. Why is it a problem in this domain? This may include a literature review. Causes In this section, candidates should summarize the overall causes and the detailed factors contributing to the broader causes of the problem in this section.
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