You will conduct a literature review in Information Technology Strategic Planning.You can also conduct a literature review on Strategy and how it is applied to an Information Technology organization or organization (for instance, Healthcare).
You are to review the literature (using the Library’s Proquest subscription) on Information Technology Strategic Planning and identify problems and gaps that have been identified in the literature. You will expand on the issue and how researchers have attempted to examine that issue by collecting data – you are NOT collecting data, just reporting on how researchers did their collection.
As you read the literature, it will become apparent that there are multiple issues, pick one issue that stands out in the literature and address that.
Your paper will need to be about 4 – 5 pages, double-spaced, not including the Cover and References page
Include your name.
Table of contents:
Use a Microsoft Enabled Table of Contents feature.
Describe the issue, discuss the problem, and elaborate on any previous attempts to examine that issue.
In your identified problem area that you are discussing, what were the research questions that were identified by the researchers? Were there any in common?
What approach did the researchers use, qualitative, quantitative, survey, case study? Describe the population that was chosen.
What were some of the findings, for example, if there were any hypotheses asked, were they supported?
What was the conclusion of any data collections, e.g., were research questions answered, were hypotheses supported?
Here you can expand on the research and what the big picture means, how do the results found in the literature review help organizations in the Information Technology strategy planning. What do you see as long-term impacts and what further research could be done in the field? Were the sample sizes sufficient?
Include at least five scholarly references in APA format.
Your presentation will have a slide that addresses each of the following and will be posted, with a narrative (recording) on the slides.
Background of the problem