The latter option (an ethical issue) is definitely more compelling, but it sounds like that may not be an option for you. If you go with something along the lines of business analysis, what will make it interesting is to make clear why it wasn't an easy decision. I've seen some essays of this type that basically made the decision sound like a no-brainer for all parties involved, even though some people obviously felt differently. If you feel that you must go with a pretty mundane topic, still try to keep it interesting by showing (as best you can) why your boss might have wanted something done another way, and why he felt strongly about it (hopefully he did; it makes it more interesting!).
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