Write a 4-5 page business report in which you formulate and analyze business problems found in three scholarly articles. Introduction As a business leader, you will be required to solve problems. In order to effectively solve a problem, you must be able to accurately identify it and formulate a clear problem statement. For this assessment, you will develop a business report where you will formulate three business problems that justify the need for a project related to leadership, information systems, and marketing management. Preparation Complete the following to prepare for this assessment. Readings Read the following articles. You will be assessing the needs of the organization for improving organizational effectiveness. You will develop a business report where you will formulate three business problems that justify the need for a project related to leadership, information systems, and marketing management. Your audience for this business report is senior executives for the company who will decide whether to sponsor and support the project. Shufutinsky, A., Deporres, D., Long, B., & Sibel, J. R. (2020). Shock leadership development for the modern era of pandemic management and preparedness. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 13(1), 20–42. Li, T., & Chan, Y. E. (2019). Dynamic information technology capability: Concept definition and framework development. The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 28(4), 101575. Lepkowska-White, E., Parsons, A., & Berg, W. (2019). Social media marketing management: An application to small restaurants in the US. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 13(3), 321–345. Instructions Write a 4–5 page business report in which you provide the following: Write a one-page executive summary that highlights your report. Formulate three business problems that justify the need for a project. Develop a specific business problem for each of the following three areas: leadership, information systems, and marketing management. For each of the three business problems, describe how it relates to concerns that businesspeople in the larger industry, field, or area care about. Support your problem statements by presenting evidence from scholarly literature. For each of the three problem statements, include an illustration that shows how the problem was narrowed down using a fishbone diagram (Ishikawa diagram) or a cause-and-effect diagram, where you identified the problem, worked out the major factors involved, identified possible causes, and analyzed your diagram to determine the focus of your problem statement. Select one of your problems and propose a potential Riipen type project that is related to one of your problem statements and can be completed by a Capella learner. Be sure to detail the scope of the potential project. You can assume you are writing a project for CapraTek. Your report should include the following headings: Executive Summary. Leadership Business Problem. Information Systems Business Problem. Marketing Business Problem. Project Proposals. Summary. Using Riipen to find Project Example Here is what to do to explore projects in Riipen: Select the Riipen link, which will take you to the Riipen homepage. Select “Explore” in the upper ribbon. This will take you to the Explore page. You will see where you are asked to sign in. DO NOT SIGN IN OR REGISTER. Select “Explore” in the upper right-hand ribbon again and you will get a drop-down menu. Select “Projects” from the drop-down menu. You will then see a list of projects. You can type in the Search bar (on the left) a topic (i.e., Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, etc.) and this will take you to specific projects on your selected topic. Again, DO NOT SIGN IN OR REGISTER. If you do register and sign in to Riipen, you will only be able to see projects by selecting the “Explore” link and then selecting the Company option. You will then only be able to look for projects by company, which is a slower process. Second or Third Submission Attempts The second and third submission attempts require the use of the Track Changes feature in MS Word to track revisions. Make any revisions to your assessment based on feedback from your instructor. You will find an overview of the resources on the DBA Submissions Requirements page. For additional information and resources, including how to use Track Change, see DBA Course Submissions in the in the DBA Skills Lab. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Standard Naming Convention and Track Changes: You are required to follow the Standard Naming Convention requirements for any files you upload. You will find the requirements in the DBA Submissions Requirements page. You are required to follow the Track Changes requirements. You will find the requirements in the DBA Submissions Requirements page. Track changes are also required for each re-submission of an assessment based on the previous review. Written communication: Use error-free doctoral-level writing, with original (non-plagiarized) content, logical phrasing, and accurate word choices. Scholarship: Use at least five professionally reputable sources to support your main points and analysis. Be sure to include scholarly sources. Course resources may be included among the five required sources. APA formatting: All resources and citations should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Length: 4–5 typed, double-spaced pages, in addition to the cover page, illustrations, reference page, or appendix. Font and font size: Consistent, APA-compliant font, 12 point. Competencies Measured By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria: Competency 1: Produce clear, professional, and logical communications appropriately aligned with task, purpose, and audience. Write an executive summary that highlights the main findings of the report. Convey purpose, in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly writing standards. Competency 3: Construct mind maps to illustrate logical relationships among theoretical propositions for leadership, management, marketing, and information systems. Create diagrams that illustrate the causes-and-effects for each business problem. Competency 4: Formulate a business problem which justifies the need for a project in managing information systems and marketing. Formulate three well-defined business problems that justify the need for a project.