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Title Page. Use APA 7th edition (APA § 2.3-2.8 and APA Sample Papers).
Abstract. “An abstract is a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the article” (APA § 2.9).
Introduction. The introduction “addresses the importance of the work, contextualizes the work with the existing literature, and states the aims of the work” (APA § 2.11). Introduce the topic and explain why you are addressing the four major components.
Sections. Approximately half of the main body of the paper should address (a) antecedents and (b) 8 impediments, and the other half (just as important and possibly the most crucial for this class) should discuss (c) the list of prioritized actions both pilots should have taken to avoid the crash and (d) lessons learned that should be applied to contemporary organizations. You may consider distributing your efforts evenly across the four areas and then sandwiching them between the introduction and conclusion. Also, keep in mind that your word count target’s center is 2,000 words, excluding the cover page, abstract, and references.
Conclusion. Summarize the essence of your paper.
Scripture. If you use scripture, directly relate and connect it with a specific concept or assertion in the paper.
Level of Research. Demonstrate your level of research by supporting each point with existing literature. Your project is an academic paper rather than an opinion paper, so use citations to back up all assertions, gain credibility, and avoid plagiarism. Consider using literature from the period readings and forum posts (yours and your peers).
Number of References. Give enough references to (a) give others credit for their work and (b) support your assertions. For a simple example, when you state that the planes crashed, you obtained that information from someone else, and you must give them credit with a citation. When you say communication is essential in contemporary organizations, you should support your assertion by referencing existing literature.

HMI Systems (HMI Syst)
“ Wir gehen!” (“We’re going!”) – KLM Captain Jacob Veldhuyzen van Zanten

Utilizing the resources of the World Wide Web and Regent University Library databases, complete Masters-level research into the antecedent events and final details of the March 27, 1977 crash of KLM 4805 and Pan Am 1736 at Tenerife in the Canary Islands.
Consider this horrific crash to be a metaphor for leadership in the turbulent modern economic marketplace. Briefly examine at least eight impediments that hindered the decision-making of those directly involved in the crash. 
List and prioritize the actions the pilots of both aircraft should have taken to avoid the crash and loss of life. Explain how these proposed actions might be translated into the daily actions of a successful corporate leader.
Include appropriate lessons that might be learned relative to the effective management of technology and how those lessons should be applied to modern-day organizations.

Format: Your audience for this paper is practicing managers in your industry. The paper should use A.P.A. (American Psychological Association) style and be approximately 2,000 words in length. 


Andriole. 2014. Ready Technology: Fast-Tracking New Business Technologies. (Chapters 1-2)
Wolfe. The transformation of American religion. (Chapters 1-3) (90 pages)
Angus, Jeff. (2003, January 20). Hidden pitfalls. InfoWorld, 25, no. 3: 1-5. (5 pages)  Angus (2003) Hidden_pitfalls.pdf Angus (2003) Hidden_pitfalls.pdf – Alternative Formats 
Tansey. Business, information technology and society. (Scan Chapters 1-7 to understand the material) 

Optional materials:

Daft, Richard L. The leadership experience. (Chapters 8, 11)