Directives from top management often trigger IT projects. Suppose that the vice president of marketing tells you to write a program to create mailing labels for a one-time advertising promotion. As the IT manager, you know that the labels can be prepared more efficiently by simply exporting the data to a word processing program with a mail merge feature. How

Directives from top management often trigger IT projects. Suppose that the vice president of marketing tells you to write a program to create mailing labels for a one-time advertising promotion. As the IT manager, you know that the labels can be prepared more efficiently by simply exporting the data to a word processing program with a mail merge feature. How would you handle this situation?

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