Here are the written requirements: Select a specific organization of interest to you and identify a problem at the firm related to organizational behavior (OB). Think of yourself as an organizational consultant and assume that a key manager has requested a thorough analysis and recommended course of action to resolve an actual organizational problem that will make a difference to the future performance of the organization. Identify which of our TCOs or specific topics in the syllabus are related to the problem you identify. Research Sources All papers must have a minimum of six scholarly sources cited within the text of the paper and identified in the references section. Additional research sources can be attached in a bibliography. Paper Format All papers should be single sided, double-spaced, using a 10- or 11-point font. Length of the paper to be between 12 and 15 pages, not counting cover page and appendices. The first page should include the title of the work, student name, address, telephone and e-mail address, course number, date, and instructor name. Follow APA style for general format and citations. Paper sections must adhere to the guidelines below and each section must be labeled in the text. Language should be clear, concise, and precise. Tone should be professional, consistent, and not filled with jargon. Grammar and syntax (sentence structure) must be correct. Report must be free of misspellings and typos. Tables and Figures All figures and tables must be referred to in your text before they appear on the page. Figures and tables should appear on the same page as or the page after the text that refers to them. All figures and tables need captions. Captions go below figures and above tables. Quotations and Citations Quotations and citations are crucial components of a research paper. Failure to properly cite research sources and borrowed ideas is plagiarism. Refer to APA style guide for assistance with properly citing quoted and/or borrowed materials and ideas. The OUTLINE and the required format: I. Introduction A. Identify the organization 1. Brief overview of the organization 2. Identify your role within organization 3. Identify issues, events, and actions that contributed to problem being discussed II. Identify the problem you will discuss in your paper A. Define the problem. 1. What is its nature? B. To whom is it a problem? C. To what extent is it a problem? 1. Is it part of a larger problem or are there related problems? D. Show it is not a symptom of another, more fundamental problem. III. Literature Review – the foundation of your paper A. Identification of sources and uses of information 1. Which scholarly sources are you using to support your claim of the problem and how? 2. Which scholarly sources support your analysis and how? B. Reintroduce your research question at the end of this section to provide a smooth transition to the analysis section. IV. Analysis of Problem A. Causes of problem a) Direct cause (1) Description of cause b) Direct cause (1) Description of cause B. Leadership and Organizational Behavior concepts present in problem a) Leadership and Organizational Behavior Concept b) Leadership and Organizational Behavior Concept c) Leadership and Organizational Behavior concept V. Possible Solutions A. Alternative #1 1. Steps and actions to take B. Alternative #2 1. Steps and actions to take C. Alternative #3 1. Steps and actions to take VI. References A. List scholarly resources (6 required in literature review) used in the literature review and elsewhere. 1. Be sure you meet the scholarly source requirement by sourcing your materials through the DeVry library system or another library system. 2. Web sources are NOT acceptable. B. List of additional outside resources (these are the non scholarly – supplemental sources you used …websites, magazines, newspapers, books etc) You must respond to each item in the outline – one or two sentences for each is sufficient. You may use the bullet list in this outline and replace the directions with your statements for each item.
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