Go back through the business press ( Fortune, The Economist, BusinessWeek, etc. and any other LIRN-based articles) and find at least three articles related to either downsizing, implementation of a new technology, or a merger or acquisition. In a 2 page, APA formatted in single space
Requirements:In about 2 pages Needs to be done strongly ORIGINAL work:
In APA 6th edition format a must
Citations and reference list a must (please use MS Wordâ€™s â€œReferencesâ€ tab to insert Citation)
Answers all questions need to be completely demonstrating knowledge and understanding of key concepts, ability to think critically, and has included original examples in response.
It is required that the textbook and/or scholarly research be included to justify and/or solidify any argument or reasoning
Textbook info: International Business Competing in the Global Marketplace 2016, 11th edition, by Charles W.L. Hill G. Tomas M Hult
Write a 2-page paper in single space in response to a case study or similar assignment provided by your professor. Answers are to be clear, well-organized, and specific. Provide a concise, cogent argument and include details to support your response. Follow following requirements:
o Content rich, all questions and their parts have been answered and communicates substantive, accurate, and evidence-based analysis and critical thought.
o Effective in supporting the student’s argument. The student provides supporting evidence for the argument
o Well organized with a logical flow, contains correct grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
o Follow all formatting guidelines, including page-length and APA formatting requirements.
o The student is able to effectively demonstrate the ability to draw logical and valid conclusions based on the supporting researched based evidence presented.
o Use at least 5 quality peer-reviewed and scholarly resources (non-website based) outside of the textbook to support your argument.
1. What were the key frontline experiences listed in relation to your chosen change?
2. How do they relate to those listed in Chapter 4?
2.1. Did you identify new ones confronting change managers?
3. How would you prioritize these experiences?
3.1. Do any stand out as “deal breakersâ€?
4. What new insights into implementing this type of change emerges from this?