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信息管理专业毕业论文开题报告模版 Proposal Gui

Proposal Guidance Note for SBIT Proposals

Q1a/b Presenting Problem---------------------------------------------------------------1
Q2a/b Causes and Outcomes and Strategic IT Deployment--------------3
Q3a/b Research Approach ---------------------------------------------------------------7
Q4a/b Aim and Objectives ---------------------------------------------------------------13
Q5a/b Project Resources -----------------------------------------------------------------14
Q6a/b Evaluation-----------------------------------------------------------------------------15
Q7 Research Question ---------------------------------------------------------------------20
Q8: Pre and Post Processing the Primary Data----------------------------------22
Q9: Literature Review ----------------------------------------------------------------------24
Q10: Project Plan-----------------------------------------------------------------------------28 

Introduction
There is nothing specific in the template that deals with scope and scale but they are meant to be considered carefully otherwise a project may become out of control and beyond ones capabilities in the time available. Alternatively, the scope and scale may be set so that the problem becomes trivial. So please take note of what these terms mean as far as this course is concerned.
Scope (selection) – this means something like selection or choice. For example, if I were looking at training in desk-top packages I might select just Excel or I might select Excel and Access and to focus on. The point is I set my scope by being selective.
Scale (extent) – this means something like number or extent. So for example if I set my scope as looking at Excel then I need to set the number of users I will include in my study. Dissertation is provide by Custom Thesis http://ukthesiss.com/

Assessors must use the answer to question 1a to guide them on scope and scale but also be guided by what a student says in the personal profile about their job and expertise as these are often a good indication of what a student can or cannot do. Overall, this is of serious concern as far too often we get problems suggested that are beyond a single students capabilities or trivial (although this end of the spectrum is much rarer).
It is unfortunately true that the worst offenders in getting the scale and scope wrong are students who are unemployed or not IT professionals; suggesting project ideas that have an impossibly large scale or scope borne one supposes out a serious lack of any awareness of the paucity of their own knowledge and experience. Here are some recent examples:
To implement eBanking in Barclays and create a fool-proof security system to support it.
To carry out a feasibility study for mobile banking in a Malaysian Bank with International links but the student was resident in Leeds.



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