1. Aim, objectives and feasibility of the dissertation This section should include: 1. The research aim, the research question(s) and the research objectives 2. Feasibility: Do you have the necessary resources (such as access to requisite data, consent of your organisation, some indication of the willingness of subjects to be questioned or interviewed, etc.)? 3. Justification of the topic: Why you are researching this topic, what the potential benefit is to your firm or industry, and what actions may result from the valuable insights gained, etc. 2. Literature review Find at least 10 sources of academic information (references) connected to the work you propose to do and analyse them to show how your work may fill or extend an existing gap. Compare and contrast the sources with each other and with your approach. At least half of the sources must be from refereed academic journals, which will be found in the online library. Citations from the main textbooks used for your modules are NOT sufficient here.