At the top of your paper provide the reference to your Journal Article. Use a scholarly source as described above. Utilizing a non-scholarly/non-peer-reviewed source will result in significant point deduction.
Give a brief overview of the chapters
Chapter 13 “Project Supply Chain Management”
Chapter 14 “Determining Project Progress and Results”
Chapter 15 “Finishing the Project and Realizing the Benefits”.
Be sure to cite any reference to the text. Include the text in a reference section at the end.
Summary (cite article when appropriate)
Give a summary of the article or case study.
Relevant Points (cite article when appropriate)
Identify the relevant points of the article or case study that coincide with the chapter covered for the week.
Provide a balanced criticism of the article or case study. What were the strengths and weaknesses of the study? How do the findings support the field of project management? How could it have been altered to better support the field?
Application of Concept(s)
Apply the concept(s) to your career, field, industry, etc. Provide a real-world application not a general statement. This section should demonstrate how you can take the findings of this article or case study and utilize them in a practical way in your career, field or practice. Make the application specific to your own experience. Do not just provide a general overview of the usefulness of the findings. Be specific; not general.
References (this does not count toward the required paper length)
Every paper typed in this course should be in APA formatting (title page, reference page, NO abstract page, in-text citations, running head, page numbers, Times New Roman 12 font, 1-inch margins, double-spacing, 3 page content etc…).
Lastly, add the summary of the research paper that you developed about 300 words separately. Do not copy the research paper itself.