Organizational Change Intervention Outline & Bibliography
Writing a detailed outline is an important part of planning your Organizational Change Intervention Proposal. Create an outline (300 words minimum) to organize the content in your final proposal. The outline should include steps for change intervention and list important aspects of each step such as who is involved and how change is enacted. Use the materials that you compiled for your bibliography and the information gathered from your research of the organization. Keeping adding to your annotated bibliography and submit it with your outline. Review the rubric for grading criteria on this assignment.
Include the following in this weeks’ assignment submission:
- State the company name.
- State the proposed organizational change intervention.
- List steps for change.
- Summarize appropriate actions for department leaders to plan, implement, and manage the change.
- Estimate how long will it take.
- List the people involved in managing the change.
- List barriers and resistance to change and ideas to overcome them.
- Include your sources thus far in an annotated bibliography.
TIPS TO CREATING A BIBLIOGRAPY:
Creating an annotated bibliography requires you to apply a variety of intellectual skills: concise exposition, succinct analysis, and informed library research. Your first step is to locate books, periodicals, and documents that may contain information and ideas that are useful and relevant to your topic. The Ashford University Library is a great place to find resources. After reviewing a broad range of materials, select those works that provide a variety of perspectives on your topic. Cite the book, article, or document using APA format. The Writing Center and RefWorks are good resources for compiling bibliographies. There is information on RefWorks in the Writing Center.
Finally, write a concise annotation (3-4 sentences) that summarizes the central theme and scope of the book or article. Be sure to include the following: (a) an evaluation of the authority and/or background of the author, (b) a comment on who the intended audience is and how effectively the author reached that audience, (c) a comparison of this work and another you have cited, also noting the differences in the materials, and (d) explain how this work illuminates your topic.
These resources will assist you in creating a bibliography.
Engle, M., Blumenthal, A., & Cosgrave, T. (2008).How to prepare an annotated bibliography. Olin and Uris Libraries: Cornell University. Retrieved on March 23, 2009, fromhttp://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28(Links to an external site.)
Purdue Online Writing Lab. (2016)Annotated bibliography example
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