Candidates should describe what would happen if the problem within business

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Candidates should describe what would happen if the problem, within business priorities, were not addressed. Solution Candidates should justify the proposed solution within business priorities and indicate how the proposed outcomes make sense and will be beneficial for the presented problem.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 8 References Denzin, N. & Lincoln, Y. (2005). Handbook of qualitative research , 3rd ed., Sage, London Havelka, D. & Merhout, J. W. (2009). Toward a theory of information technology professional competence. The Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50 (2), 106 – 116. . Moustakas, C. (1994). Phenomenological research methods . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Trauth, E. M., Quesenberry, J. L., & Huang, H. (2009). Retaining women in the U.S. IT workforce: Theorizing the Influence of organizational factors. European Journal of Information Systems, 18 (5), 476 – 497. doi:10.1057/ejis.2009.31.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 9 Appendix A: Put any supporting material in these appendices. You may need to add more or possibly delete the ones that you do not use.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 10 Appendix B: Put any supporting material in these appendices. You may need to add more or possibly delete the ones that you do not use.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 11 Appendix C: Put any supporting material in these appendices. You may need to add more or possibly delete the ones that you do not use.
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TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 12 Appendix D: Put any supporting material in these appendices. You may need to add more or possibly delete the ones that you do not use.
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