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What are the key takeaways from the article? Are they well-supported by the example(s) described in the article?

Article Summary

Kerr, S. (1995). On the folly of rewarding A, while hoping for B. Academy of Management Perspectives9(1), 7-14.

Each summary must include the following sections:

  • A short description of the purpose of the article. What questions or issues are the author trying to address?
  • The assumptions that the author makes. Are they valid? Why or why not?
  • The conclusions that the author draws. What are the key takeaways from the article? Are they well-supported by the example(s) described in the article?
  • How this article could apply to a real-world work situation that you faced, are facing or may face in the future. If you disagreed with the author’s assumptions and/or conclusions, cite a different peer-reviewed journal article on this topic and discuss how you would apply its conclusions instead to your real work life.
  • How this article relates to and/or conflicts with at least two properly cited topics, definitions, models, or theoretical frameworks in the textbook.
  • Proper in-text citation and bibliography of sources, using APA format.

Each section of the paper should be clearly labeled (e.g. Purpose, Assumptions, Conclusions, Real World Application, Textbook Topic 1, Textbook Topic 2, Works Cited). Summaries should be formatted in Times New Roman 12 pt font, double spaced, with 1” margins all around. For examples and details of APA format citations, students may refer to: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html.

Dues dates are listed on the tentative schedule below. Submit summaries on Canvas by clicking the Assignments link on the left side of the course navigation page. Then click on the name of the assignment and follow the instructions for uploading your document. All documents must be in Word format in order to attach and upload them. Late assignments will not be graded.

Grades are assigned as follows:

18 or 20 points: Excellent. Clearly superior work compared to peers. Thoroughly addresses all of the required summary elements in a way that is novel, insightful, interesting, and relevant.

16 or 17 points: Very good. Better than most peers. Thoroughly addresses all of the required summary elements.

14 or 15 points: Okay. Addresses the required summary elements, but may lack depth or details. Seems rushed or brief.

12 or 13 points: Below average. Turned in something, but it was missing some required elements.

1 to 11 points: Turned in something that was missing most required elements.

0 points: Did not turn in the summary or turned in something that was clearly plagiarized.

Written Assignments will be turned in using Turn It In through the assignments links on Canvas. Please note that plagiarism will result in an F for the entire course. One of the goals of this course is to strengthen your writing and critical thinking skills while helping you apply the material to your own life. If writing is a challenge for you, please discuss it with me early in the course and also arrange to use the resources at the Center For Academic Support: https://intranet.missouriwestern.edu/cas/

 

Subject: Management

 

 

For the quetsion that requires textbook topics/concepts:

 

This is the book “M: Organizational Behavior. McShane & Von Glinow, 4th ed”

1 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1 Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior

2 INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR AND PROCESSES

Chapter 2 Individual Behavior, Personality, and Values

Chapter 3 Perceiving Ourselves and Others in Organizations

Chapter 4 Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress

Chapter 5 Employee Motivation

Chapter 6 Decision Making and Creativity

3 TEAM PROCESSES

Chapter 7 Team Dynamics

Chapter 8 Communicating in Teams and Organizations

Chapter 9 Power and Influence in the Workplace

Chapter 10 Conflict and Negotiation in the Workplace

Chapter 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings

4 ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES

Chapter 12 Designing Organizational Structures

Chapter 13 Organizational Culture

Chapter 14 Organizational Change

 

Attached is a similar book but the different Edition, u can use it.

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