1. Submit a Chapter Checklist paper with your responses to Toolkit Exercise 3.2 and Chapter 4: A Checklist for Change: Creating the Readiness for Change questions 1 and 2 (p. 136).
2. The first draft of the annotated bibliography will include eight sources discovered by the student in journal articles, books, or reputable business magazines and will cover the seminal research of change management theory, including scientific management, organizational development, and Lewin’s unfreeze-change-freeze model, and modern change models, such as Kotter’s 8-step model of change. It will be returned to the student, and corrections will be made and additional sources added for the final version. Use this Annotated Bibliography as an example.
Note: An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to academic sources to which an annotation has been added. An annotation is a brief description and evaluation of each source. Upon reviewing an annotated bibliography, a reader would be able to access the source, having been provided with a complete, APA-formatted reference, and know the relevance of the source to the topic (in this course, organizational change management). An annotated bibliography is developed in this course for the purpose of assisting the students with the production of a well-written final project that will be added to their portfolio. A sample of an annotated bibliography entry is provided by the Purdue Online Writing Lab. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
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