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The goal of any research paper, whether it is advancing an argument or not, is to inform. Research papers are primarily vehicles for conveying information, so quality research and credible sources are essential.

It is important to keep in mind that papers of this length and complexity should be written as part of a process and as a series of drafts. In other words, the expectation that a research paper can simply be hammered out in a single session, even an early draft, is unrealistic. Effective research papers progress through a series of stages that include

  • topic selection, which involves identifying a topic, testing the topic (initial, quick review of available information), revising or narrowing the topic, brainstorming potential sources and research strategies/tools, and selecting potential search terms;
  • research, gathering information from different kinds of sources/media through different research tools, assessing the credibility of the sources, cross checking the information for accuracy, and keeping track of where the information comes from through effective, accurate works cited page entries, parenthetical citations;
  • drafting, organizing your research into a structure that facilitates communicating that information to your reader, deciding what information to include and what to exclude, determining your thesis/claim if your assignment calls for it, grouping like research into sections organized around reasons (if you have a claim) or topic sentences, and integrating your quotes and paraphrases with accurate attributions and parenthetical citations;
  • revision, gathering feedback on your work, editing for sentence level errors (punctuation, grammar, language, etc.), reviewing use of research for accuracy and MLA style, assessing the structure of the paper for effectiveness, determining if the requirements of the assignment have been met, and making changes as needed.

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Organizational Behavior – Week #2 Assignment 1

Whole Foods Case Study Questions (Chapters 1, 2, and 3)

Review the Whole Foods Case Study (pp. 1-6) and answer the questions connected to Chapters 1, 2, and 3 as listed below. Responses to each question should range from 100-200 words. Your paper should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards (12 point Times New Roman font, double-spacing, 1″ margins, title and reference pages). Be sure to use the text and/or other sources to support your responses and properly cite the use of such.

Describe how Whole Foods uses human capital as a course of competitive advantage. (Ch 1)

Identify the aspects of high-involvement management contained in Whole Foods’ approach to managing its associates. (Ch 1)

How could Whole Foods’ democratic model of selection interfere with the development or continuance of a diverse workforce? What should it do to prevent such difficulties? (Ch 2)

How do you think globalization will affect Whole Foods over time? Please explain several ways it could affect the company’s operations. (Ch 3)

Class book:

Organizational Behavior, 4th Edition

Author: Michael A. Hitt, Adrienne Colella, C. Chet Miller
VBID: 9781119031024R150

https://ambassadored.vitalsource.com/#/books/97811…

Exemplary

18-20 points

Proficient

16-17 points

Developing

14-15 points

Beginning

12-13 points

Inadequate

0-11 points

Comprehension of Assignment

(20% of grade)

Addressed the question completely and thoroughly. Provided additional supporting evidence, demonstrating a full comprehension of subject matter.

Addressed the question(s) completely and thoroughly.

Addressed the majority of the question(s).

Addressed minimal portions of the question(s).

Did not address the question(s).

Application of Course Knowledge and Content

(20% of grade)

Thorough technical application of course knowledge and content in a complete and concise manner.

Technical application of course knowledge and content is mostly accurate, concise and complete.

Technical application of course knowledge and content is partially accurate, concise and complete.

Technical application of course knowledge and content is minimally accurate, concise and complete.

Technical application of course knowledge and content is inaccurate and incomplete.

Organization of Ideas

(20% of grade)

Original ideas are effectively developed and presented in a logical, sequential order throughout the entire assignment. Includes adequate and appropriate supporting evidence.

Original ideas are effectively developed and presented in a logical, sequential order within a majority of the assignment. Includes acceptable supporting evidence

Original ideas are partially developed and presented in a somewhat logical, sequential order. Inadequate supporting evidence.

Original ideas are not present and/or not presented in a logical, sequential order. Organization is difficult to follow throughout the assignment. Lacks supporting evidence.

Little to no original ideas or organization present throughout the entire assignment. Lacks supporting evidence.

Writing Skills

(20% of grade)

Mechanics (spelling, grammar, and punctuation) are flawless, including proficient demonstration of citations and formatting throughout the entire assignment.

Mechanics (spelling, grammar, and punctuation) are accurate including demonstration of citations and formatting within a majority of the assignment.

Partial errors with mechanics (spelling, grammar, and punctuation) including demonstration of citations and formatting within minimal portions of the assignment.

Multiple errors with mechanics (spelling, grammar, and punctuation), inaccurate demonstration of citations and formatting.

Assignment is incomprehensible due to multiple errors with mechanics (spelling, grammar, and punctuation). No demonstration of citations or formatting present.

Research Skills

(20% of grade)

Accurate and applicable use of resources relevant to the subject matter that enhance the overall assignment.

Appropriate use of resources relevant to the subject matter.

Adequate use of resources, not all resources relevant to the subject matter.

Minimal use of resources relevant to the subject matter.

No evidence of resources apparent.

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This assignment will be one of several throughout your PhD program that we use to help you prepare for the dissertation process. One of the core competencies necessary to succeed in a doctoral program is the ability to identify other research that pertains to your own. This means you’ll have to identify similar research, read the papers, and assimilate prior work into your own research. An annotated bibliography helps you develop and hone these research skills.

Your paper will be an annotated bibliography, specifically focusing on the topic of using simulations for policy making. The papers you select must address how IT is used to model behavior for policy making.

Note :

Attachment contains the textbook pdf for better understanding

You paper must be in correct APA format, use correct grammar, and will need to include at five (5) resources, ALL of which must:

1) Be current. Published within the last few years.

2) Be peer-reviewed.

3) Relate directly to using simulations for policy making. The papers you select must address how IT is used to model behavior for policy making.

USE YOUR OWN WORDS!!!! DO NOT PLAGIARIZE!!!!

Remember that an annotation is not the same as an abstract. Abstracts are descriptive. Your annotations are to be evaluative and critical. Give me enough information for me to decide if I’m interested enough to read the paper, and also how you perceive the paper. Don’t go skimpy on these annotations, but DO NOT write too much here. Quality is far more important that quantity. This exercise is for each of you to demonstrate that you can identify, categorize, and digest multiple research papers.

Every resource you choose must be peer reviewed. That means the paper must have undergone a formal peer review before being published in a journal or presented at a conference. You must ensure that your resources have undergone rigorous reviews. In most cases, you can find out the review process for a conference or journal by visiting the appropriate web site. Do not simply assume that a resource is peer reviewed – check it out.

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1 ) Write one paragraph (not more) summarizing main points of the news story entirely in your own words.  This means you should not include quotes from text in the news story and do Page | 2 not plagiarize! If you feel it is necessary to your summary, you may provide data presented in the news story (such as a statistic) but use your own words in the description. You do not need to use a citation to the news story in your summary because you are providing the title and source. 2) Write at least two paragraphs of your own thoughts or reaction to the news story, as it relates to our course topic and/or specific course material.  Your discussion should explain how the content of the story relates to our course and your personal thoughts and reactions about the news story content.  Your discussion about the relationship to our course can be very general or it can refer to a specific piece of assigned reading or textbook chapter. Either approach is acceptable.

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PART II: Understands the ProblemsAnswer all

Instruction: Describe and explain the following social problems.

1. Differentiate Race from Ethnicity.

2. Describe why the concept of Race is scientifically outdated.

3. Describe the concept of Affirmative Action.

PART III: Face the Issues.Answer 3 of 5

Instruction: Answer these thought question with the intent of defending your answer.

1. Why is Race such a defining issue in America? Why, after 50 years of struggle are, we no closer to an end to racism?

2. Who is a “Native American?” How did they become “native?”

3. How old is “Old”?

4. The book speaks of the health care costs of the aged, and it is known that the majority of health care costs of the average person is used in the last few months of their life. At what point is it no longer cost beneficial to provide such expensive health care to someone of age?

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2 subjects/

Performance management ( Critical thinking ) & Finance ( Discussion )

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Please review the attached instructions for stages 2-4. I have completed stage 2 but it didn’t match with the new instructions (including the table). Please revise my stage 2 so it fits the instructions and then create and add stage 3 and 4. Please ensure you provide thorough resources, complete sentences, and label each section separately. Thank you for your help.

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