paper as an introduction to a suggested solution for a problem in management (two to three paragraph) description of the problem or issue that you want to pursue . Use the the concepts for "identifying, verifying, and detailing" a problem discussed Patton and Sawacki . Generally speaking your topic should have most, if not all of the following qualities:
1) it should address a real, reasonably focused issue, problem, or question;
2) it should imply a real decision maker or decision makers;
3) it should imply an actionable problem, i.e., one that the decision maker can act upon in practical ways
Avoid vague, general questions about social problems. Avoid topics that imply analysis "of" policy decisions rather than analysis "for" policy decisions. You will need to have a plausible source of data to use in the research design later.
you may also wish to consider a program evaluation-flavored topic instead. In fact, many good topics involve evaluating existing policies and programs and/or their implementation.
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