- Analysis Instructions
It must provide an in-depth analysis of the Harvard Business Publishing case study titled, GE’s Two-Decade Transformation: Jack Welch’s Leadership [Product No.: 399150-PDF-ENG].
The paper must be supported by the Organizational behavior: Managing people and organizations text [Griffin, Phillips, and Gully], as well as five other outside sources.
The intent of the paper is to provide students the opportunity to further explore topics from the course, demonstrate an informed understanding of the topics, and apply relevant knowledge to analyzing and evaluating the case.
The final case analysis [critical assignment] must include the following components which will be graded according to the standards that are established in the Final Case Analysis Grading Rubric attached to the assignment in Blackboard. The schedule for submitting each section and the final case analysis is as follows:
Week 7: Evaluate Leadership Decisions
The above components must have a section heading and address the requirements as specified in the grading rubric. In addition, writing quality and adherence to standards will be graded.
The papers must reflect the work of each student. This is not a group assignment in terms of the actual term paper; however, students are encouraged to collaborate and discuss the contents of the case outside of class. Collaboration and dialogue will enhance the learning experience as students share opinions, analyze the issues, formulate critiques, and evaluate judgments related to the case.
Note: Paper must be in APA Format, Times New Roman font, 12-point in type size. Title and reference pages do not count towards page count.
THE PAPER MUST INCLUDE THE BELOW:
- Clearly identifies three leadership qualities/strategies/ theories utilized by the primary leader when making decisions.
- Provides the specific outcome of using each quality/strategy/theory.
- Clearly identifies one additional Biblical leadership quality/strategy/theory not discussed in the case that Welch could have utilized.
- Provides the anticipated outcome of using this quality/strategy/theory.
- Writing must demonstrate a sophisticated clarity, conciseness, and correctness. Provides thorough details and relevant data or information; extremely well-organized.
- Consistently use APA formatting such as running headers, page numbers, abstract, in-text citations, and a reference page accurately.
BE SURE TO:
The writer should address the possible negative outcomes of each expected outcome to the core and secondary leadership concepts. It is also recommended that separating each leadership concept into a new paragraph, and using sentences such as, “The first leadership concept used was…The expected outcome[s] of this leadership concept is [are]…, The secondleadership concept used was…The expected outcome[s] of this leadership concept is [are]…, The thirdleadership concept used was…The expected outcome[s] of this leadership concept is [are]…, A biblical concept that Welch could have used is… The expected outcome[s] of this biblical concept is [are]…” as a way to alert the reader to topics and changes.
*** Attachment Case Study Sample Example is just an example of how the paper should be formatted.***
*** REMEMBER WHEN PARAPHRASING TO DO SO IN APA FORMAT [AUTHORS LAST NAME, YEAR]. FOR EXAMPLE: [DUNBAR & SMITH, 2020] ***