Please according to the requirements to write.
Once during the semester students will be required to submit short written analyses which describe an example of an OB course topic which is receiving or has received press coverage recently. Each student is expected to identify and discuss a written article found in the popular press (newspapers and magazines), which illustrates one or more of the concepts discussed in the course. The student is asked to include a copy of the article if it is less than two 8.5 x 11 inch pages in length.
The written analysis should begin with a paragraph which notes the title of the article being summarized, the author’s or authors’ names, and the name of the publication in which the article was found. A brief restatement of the content of the article should then comprise the remainder of the first paragraph.
The second (and possibly subsequent) paragraph(s) should describe how the content of the article relates to specific topics covered in the course. What about this is important to business operations? Which of the concepts discussed in the course does this article illustrate? How does the situation described in the article relate to topics discussed within the course?
The final paragraph(s) should include a discussion of how the situation might be resolved (if it depicts a problem situation), how businesses might be better prepared for such situations in the future, or other “how to cope” advice as the author deems fit.
These current events analyses will be graded for spelling, punctuation, grammar and relevance to the topics discussed in the course. If you are unsure whether a specific magazine or newspaper article would be appropriate, feel free to discuss it with the professor. Be advised: points will be deducted for significant spelling and/or grammatical errors. Topics which might be covered include the role of organizational culture in mergers or acquisitions, employee morale; employee recruitment or retention; how to make effective hiring decisions; development of training or orientation programs; claims of discrimination or harassment; the role of organizational culture in development of ethical problems (e.g., Enron).