Case Assignment For this paper, you will continue your description and assessment of your chosen organization. Please address the following important descriptive and analytic questions, providing enou
For this paper, you will continue your description and assessment of your chosen organization. Please address the following important descriptive and analytic questions, providing enough information to assure clarity:
· Based on the background readings and your own research, elaborate on unique principles that organizations can use to foster success through their IT Governance Plan.
· Address a plan the organization might use to foster organizational improvement and positively leverage its future in the IT Governance Plan. Be specific with your ideas and examples.
Your focus must be principally on IT/ITM-related elements of your topic organization as you review/integrate GST principles and concerns into your IT Governance Plan.
In all of this, you will need to reflect on your description and analysis (and perhaps adjust it accordingly) to ensure that you are able to integrate insight and learning from previous classes (and other sources as fits the circumstances). This means you must use at least five contiguous academically sound citations and later full references. Use enough concurrent discussion so that the purpose of each citation is apparent to the reader. This paper is incomplete without five academically sound references. Relevant magazine articles from such sources as CIO are acceptable. Make sure to use illustrations and examples from your topic organization.
You will be assessed on the appropriateness and completeness of the detail you provide regarding your selected organization, your use of citations and references as noted above, and your intellectual insight into topically important issues. You will also be assessed on how well you adhere to the specific Capstone Case Guidelines provided to you.
This is a draft, so if you need to make educated guesses at this stage, that is fine for now. Your paper should be at least four, if not more, double-spaced pages when finished. The issue in these case papers is not brevity; rather it is insight and completeness in dealing with the topic(s).