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What is your analysis of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage? Describe important issues or current dilemmas in the field. State and provide

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Paper must be follow Rubric Superior Criteria and answer all questions

Paper Format attached according to Rubric

Assignment: Final Paper

MY Selected Research Topic: Using IT as a Competitive Advantage

(Note: IT = (Information Technology)

Submit an 9- to 12-page evaluation (excluding title page and References section) of your research on IT for competitive advantage. In your evaluation, be sure to address the following:

Analysis of the Field

· What is your analysis of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage? Describe important issues or current dilemmas in the field.

Research Topic

· State and provide background information for your research topic.

· What are the current theories and areas of debate for your topic?

· Are there particular industries or technologies that will be impacted by your topic? If this impact is positive, how can it be maximized, and if negative, how can this impact be mitigated?

Future Directions

As a global change agent, consider the future directions of IT for competitive advantage to address the following:

· Indicate specific areas of further research in this topic that would prove beneficial.

· What potential impact might the topic that you have chosen have on the overall state of the field and the future directions of IT for competitive advantage research in the next 3–5 years?

· Identify the implications for future social change from your topic area.

Be sure to review the Final Paper Guidelines and Week 7 Assignment Rubric. Use the APA Course Paper Template, located in the Learning Resources for this 2-week unit. Your paper should include the following headings: Analysis of the Field, Research Topic, and Future Directions. Please Note: For each page of your paper, you must include a minimum of four APA-formatted scholarly citations.

Follow Week 7 Assignment Rubric to review the Grading Criteria for the Assignment.

Paper Format According to Rubric

Element 1: Analysis of the Field

Element 2a: Research Topic – Background, Current Theories and Areas of Debate on Topic

Element 2b: Research Topic – Impact on Industries or Technologies

Element 3a: Future Directions – Global Change Agent – Areas of Further Research

Element 3b: Global Change Agent – Future Impact of Topic

Element 4: Critical Thinking

Conclusion

Element 5: Written Delivery Style & Grammar

Element 6: Formal and Appropriate Documentation of Evidence, Attribution of Ideas (APA Citations)

Rubric Detail

Paper must be follow Rubric Superior Criteria

 

 

Superior Criteria

Excellent Criteria

Satisfactory Criteria

Marginal Criteria

Unsatisfactory Criteria

Not Submitted

Element 1: Analysis of the Field

50 (20%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed analysis of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage and describes important issues or current dilemmas in the field. Several sources and examples support thinking.

47.5 (19%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed analysis of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage and describes important issues or current dilemmas in the field. Several sources and examples support thinking. There are one or two minor errors in analysis.

42.5 (17%)

Student presents an analysis with some details of the state of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage and describes important issues or current dilemmas in the field. Some sources and examples support thinking.

37.5 (15%)

Student presents a cursory or incomplete analysis with vague or missing details of the state of the field of IT for competitive advantage and/or describes with vague or missing details the important issues or current dilemmas in the field. Few sources or examples support thinking.

25 (10%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 2a: Research Topic – Background, Current Theories and Areas of Debate on Topic

25 (10%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of the background information of his/her research topic as well as the current theories and areas of debate for his/her topic. Several sources and examples support thinking.

23.75 (9.5%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of the background information of his/her research topic as well as the current theories and areas of debate for his/her topic. Several sources and examples support thinking. There are one or two minor errors in explanation.

21.25 (8.5%)

Student presents an explanation with some details of the background information of his/her research topic as well as some of the current theories and areas of debate for his/her topic. Some sources and examples support thinking.

18.75 (7.5%)

Student presents a cursory or incomplete explanation with vague or missing details of the background information of his/her research topic and/or does not address current theories and areas of debate for his/her topic. Few sources or examples support thinking.

12.5 (5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 2b: Research Topic – Impact on Industries or Technologies

25 (10%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of whether there are particular industries or technologies that will be impacted by his/her topic including if the impact is positive how it can maximized or if negative how it can be mitigated. Several sources and examples support thinking.

23.75 (9.5%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of whether there are particular industries or technologies that will be impacted by his/her topic including if the impact is positive how it can maximized or if negative how it can be mitigated. Several sources and examples support thinking. There are one or two minor errors in explanation.

21.25 (8.5%)

Student presents an explanation with some details of whether there are particular industries or technologies that will be impacted by his/her topic including if the impact is positive how it can maximized or if negative how it can be mitigated. Some sources and examples support thinking.

18.75 (7.5%)

Student presents a cursory or incomplete explanation with vague or missing details of whether there are particular industries or technologies that will be impacted by his/her topic and/or does not include if the impact is positive how it can maximized or if negative how it can be mitigated. Few sources or examples support thinking.

12.5 (5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 3a: Global Change Agent – Areas of Further Research

25 (10%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of specific areas of further research in this topic that would prove beneficial. Several sources and examples support thinking.

23.75 (9.5%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of specific areas of further research in this topic that would prove beneficial. Several sources and examples support thinking. There are one or two minor errors in explanation.

21.25 (8.5%)

Student presents an explanation addressing some areas of further research in this topic that would prove beneficial. Some sources and examples support thinking.

18.75 (7.5%)

Student presents a cursory or incomplete explanation addressing few areas of further research in this topic that would prove beneficial. Few sources or examples support thinking.

12.5 (5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 3b: Global Change Agent – Future Impact of Topic

25 (10%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of the potential impact the topic that he/she has chosen might have on the overall state of the field and the future directions of IT for a competitive advantage research in the next 3-5 years. Several sources and examples support thinking.

23.75 (9.5%)

Student presents a thorough and detailed explanation of the potential impact the topic that he/she has chosen might have on the overall state of the field and the future directions of IT for a competitive advantage research in the next 3-5 years. Several sources and examples support thinking. There are one or two minor errors in explanation.

21.25 (8.5%)

Student presents an explanation with some details of the potential impact the topic that he/she has chosen might have on the overall state of the field and the future directions of IT for a competitive advantage research in the next 3-5 years. Some sources and examples support thinking.

18.75 (7.5%)

Student presents a cursory or incomplete explanation with vague or missing details of the potential impact the topic that he/she has chosen might have on the overall state of the field and the future directions of IT for a competitive advantage research in the next 3-5 years. Few sources or examples support thinking.

12.5 (5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 4: Critical Thinking

25 (10%)

Writing exhibits excellent evidence of thoughtful critical analysis and thinking; careful examination is made of assumptions and possible biases, with detailed supporting rationale. Writing synthesizes the classroom experiences and content; analyze patterns or connections between theory and practice; and draws logical conclusions based on well-reasoned, superb arguments.

23.75 (9.5%)

Writing exhibits excellent evidence of thoughtful critical analysis and thinking; careful examination is made of assumptions and possible biases, with detailed supporting rationale. Writing synthesizes the classroom experiences and content; analyze patterns or connections between theory and practice; and draws logical conclusions based on well-reasoned, superb arguments. There are one or two minor errors in explanation.

21.25 (8.5%)

Writing exhibits some evidence of thoughtful critical analysis and thinking. A good examination is made of assumptions and possible biases, with some supporting rationale. Writing synthesizes the classroom experiences and content; analyzes patterns or connections between theory and practice; and draws logical conclusions based on well-reasoned arguments adequately, but not superbly.

18.75 (7.5%)

Writing exhibits little evidence of thoughtful critical analysis and thinking. Examination is not made of assumptions and possible biases. Writing does not synthesize the classroom experiences and content; nor analyzes patterns or connections between theory and practice. Logical conclusions based on well-reasoned arguments are not exhibited.

12.5 (5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 5: Written Delivery Style & Grammar

37.5 (15%)

Student consistently follows APA writing style and basic rules of formal English grammar and written essay style. Student communicates in a cohesive, logical style in his/her 8-to 12-page evaluation. There are no spelling or grammar errors.

35.62 (14.25%)

Student consistently follows APA writing style and basic rules of formal English grammar and written essay style. Student communicates in a cohesive, logical style in his/her 8-to 12-page evaluation. There are one or two minor errors in spelling or grammar.

31.88 (12.75%)

Student mostly follows APA writing style and basic rules of formal English grammar and written essay style. Student mostly communicates in a cohesive, logical style in his/her 8-to 12-page evaluation. There are some errors in spelling or grammar.

28.12 (11.25%)

Student does not follow APA writing style and basic rules of formal English grammar and written essay style and does not communicate in a cohesive, logical style and/or write a 8-to 12-page evaluation.

18.75 (7.5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Element 6: Formal and Appropriate Documentation of Evidence, Attribution of Ideas (APA Citations)

37.5 (15%)

Student demonstrates full adherence to scholarly reference requirements and adheres to APA style with respect to source attribution, references, heading and subheading logic, table of contents and lists of charts, etc. There are at least 20 resources with 85% being five or less years old. There are no APA errors.

35.62 (14.25%)

Student demonstrates full adherence to scholarly reference requirements and adheres to APA style with respect to source attribution, references, heading and subheading logic, table of contents and lists of charts, etc. There are at least 20 resources with 85% being five or less years old. There are one or two minor errors in APA style or format.

31.88 (12.75%)

Student mostly adheres to scholarly reference requirements and/or mostly adheres to APA style with respect to source attribution, references, heading and subheading logic, table of contents and lists of charts, etc. There are at least 20 resources with 85% being five or less years old; however there may be some errors in relevance of sources and/or APA format and style.

28.12 (11.25%)

Student demonstrates weak or inconsistent adherence scholarly reference requirements and/or weak or inconsistent adherence to APA style with respect to source attribution, references, heading and subheading logic, table of contents and lists of charts, etc. Student does not submit at least 20 resources with 85% being five or less years old and/or several errors in APA format and style.

18.75 (7.5%)

Does not meet minimal standards.

(0%)

Did not submit element.

Week 7 Final paper (Due in 3 days) Urgent/Lerning Resources.docx

MY Selected Research Topic: Using IT as a Competitive Advantage

(Note: IT=(Information Technology)

U can use some reference from below list

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Week 7 Final paper (Due in 3 days) Urgent/Paper Format.docx

MY Selected Research Topic: Using IT as a Competitive Advantage

(Note: IT = (Information Technology)

Paper Format According to Rubric

Element 1: Analysis of the Field

Element 2a: Research Topic – Background, Current Theories and Areas of Debate on Topic

Element 2b: Research Topic – Impact on Industries or Technologies

Element 3a: Future Directions – Global Change Agent – Areas of Further Research

Element 3b: Global Change Agent – Future Impact of Topic

Element 4: Critical Thinking

Conclusion

Element 5: Written Delivery Style & Grammar

Element 6: Formal and Appropriate Documentation of Evidence, Attribution of Ideas (APA Citations)

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