An introduction section that defines your topic, and describes why this issue is important. This section must include your Thesis Statement, which expresses the topic of your paper in the form of a one sentence statement.
A state of the art assessment/literature review of your topic. Examine the published works found in major academic and business publications (i.e., HBR, Sloan, Academy of Management Review, MISQ, ISR, Communications of the ACM). At lease half of your sources should be from high quality journals, industry reports, and books. Provide the reader of your report with a thorough understanding of the topic, current practices, competing technologies, management models, problems/issues raised by others, etc.
An analysis of the topic that draws on the material from class and from your reading. Your analysis should include as a minimum (necessary to receive a score of 85%) the following elements (alternative elements may be used with consent of the instructor):
An examination of implementation issues related to your topic
Organizational benefits related to the issue
Cost factors related to the issue
An examination of the organizational and implementation risks related to the issue
Critical success factors related to the issue
A conclusion section where you will provide a recommendation regarding the issue. Your recommendation must be supported by the material you found in your state of the art assessment and knowledge gained in the class.
Bibliography of all cited works.
The Introduction / Proposal
This submission should be about 1-2 pages. The idea is to:
Identify your topic. Vagueness is NOT your friend. A vague topic ends when you run out of time, not when you’re finished.
Establish the topics importance (to an organization)
Identify any issues with the current state of how the topic is understood or applied
Thesis Statement for the paper. This is a single sentence that succinctly states what your paper will do or examine. This is not a laundry list of topics.
Provide references used (cited or supporting) as a separate sheet. These will roll into the final paper bibliography.
The final paper should be between 20 and 30 pages, double-spaced, and using 12pt Times Roman or Courier font. Use the APA guidelines for sections and citations. Place large graphics (screen shots, or charts that require more than half a page) in the Appendices. Do not leave large blank gaps in your paper. The cover page, appendices and the Bibliography do not count towards the overall page count.
Do I need to do the 1-2 page Introduction / Proposal first or I continue with the whole paper?
es I will only need 16 pages. You do not have to do anything with Canada at all. We have a group and basically that is someone else’s part.
According to Ardielli & Halásková (2015), e-Government is an essential trend in the modernization of public administrations. E-Government is the application of information technology when carrying out government operations. E-Government is about more than just ICT tools. It entails rethinking how organizations can be restructured to ensure efficient service delivery (Kamal & Themistocleus, 2009). The use of ICT applications to perform government operations ensures smooth and systematic operations. Governments have played essential roles in promoting the use of ICT applications in different countries of the world. The adoption of e-government services has been welcomed by both local and national governments of developing and developed countries. The use of e-Government has the potential of improving the economies of the countries involved since it promotes citizen’s participation in governance. It reduces bottlenecks that hinder business, such as the duration for waiting for business permits and filing to tax. e-Government allows citizens to conduct business quickly and cheaply. European Commission (2016) asserts that e-Government enhances administrative processes and hence improves the quality of services. Many countries of the world, such as China, the USA, Canada, and the European Union, have implemented e-Government, and their implementation strategies and practices are not necessarily the same.(5121 words)