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Critique of an article on organizational behavior
Assignment on Article Critique
You must critically examine and assess a scholarly article’s merits, faults, and contributions to the field of study in this project. Learning how to criticize a journal article has a number of advantages, including preparing you for future publication and keeping you up to date on the literature in your profession. The practical application is to improve your capacity to look at research within your business and industry with a critical, knowledgeable eye. Many journals are subscribed to by the University of the Cumberlands (UC) Library, and you will have access to appropriate collections to support this project. Locate and read the following peer-reviewed articles using the UC Library: K. De Meulenaere, S. De Winne, E. Marescaux, and S. Vanormelingen. De Meulenaere, S. De Winne, S. De Winne, S. De Winne, S. De Winne, S. De Winne, S. De Winne, S. (2021). The impact of firm size and knowledge intensity on collective turnover performance. 993-1023 in Journal of Management. I. Weller, J. Süß, H. Evanschitzky, and F. von Wangenheim. I. Weller, J. Süß, J. Süß, J. Süß, J. Süß, J. Süß, J. Süß, J. Süß (2020). Customer happiness, high-performance work system consensus, and transformational leadership. Journal of Management, vol. 46, no. 8, pp. 1469-1497. V. K. Gupta, S. C. Mortal, S. Silveri, M. Sun, and D. B. Turban (2020). You’ve been fired! Disparities in CEO dismissal by gender. Journal of Management, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 560-582. D. R. Marshall, W. D. Davis, C. Dibrell, and A. P. Ammeter (2019). Examining part-time entrepreneurs as inventive employees while learning on the job. 3091-3113 in Journal of Management, 45(8). T. A. Paterson and L. Huang (2019). Is it expected of me to be moral? A perspective on ethical leadership and unethical action from the perspective of role definition. Journal of Management, vol. 45, no. 7, pp. 2837-2860. J. Pak and S. Kim (2018). Implementation by team managers, the intensity of high-performance work systems, and performance: a multilevel examination Journal of Management, vol. 44, no. 7, pp. 2690-2715. After you’ve finished your review, pick one article from the list and critically analyze its merits, shortcomings, and contribution to the field of study using the outline below as a guide: Page 1 of the book
The following information will be included on the cover page:
Articles Author and Title (s)
Journal’s Title (s)
Your given name
Summary of the Report
Summarize the most important features of the entire article, such as the article’s overarching purpose and general area of research.
The study’s focus is on a specific topic.
The article’s primary conclusions.
Review of the Literature
Summarize the main points raised in the Literature Review in a few sentences.
Was the literature review relevant to the study, up to date, and comprehensive?
Were there any gaps in the review of literature?
Analyze the data
What approach did you use: qualitative, quantitative, or mixed? Was the methods selected for the study appropriate? Why do you think that is?
Was the data analysis able to support or refute the study questions? Explain.
You will address the following topics in this section:
Describe how the article relates to your field of study.
Outline the article’s advantages and disadvantages. Be as precise as possible.
What do you believe needs to be done in this area in the future, based on the article?
After reading the article, what are your main points and takeaways?
In-text APA citations must be used correctly. The review must be word-processed and double-spaced, with a length of no less than two pages and no more than five pages. The cover page, abstract, and references page are not included in the length of the paper (s).