I have outlined a list of ideas you may choose from to complete your article reviews. This list is compiled from the overall topics covered in the text, but you may be more specific in your article search. For example, you can research “management listening skills” as a narrowly focused topic for a review.
Speaking at Work
Diversity in the Workplace
Criteria for evaluating an article for the review:
The article needs to be at least 1,000 words in length.
The author needs to be cited along with a description of her/his credentials.
The author needs to be an expert in the field he/she is writing.
The article should be recent and relevant to our course.
Once you have read the article, you will complete a review of the article. The article review should have these three main parts.
1.An APA or MLA formatted citation of the article at the top of the review.
2.A one-page summary of the article that briefly outlines the article in your own words. Explain what the article discusses without quoting the author(s) word-for-word.
3.A one-page critique of the article which discusses the following four questions: 1.How does the information in this article increase your understanding of the field?
2.What did you learn that was surprising? Or, what did you learn that you disagree with based on your experience?
3.How could this information impact you as a current or future businessperson?
4.What is your overall opinion of the usefulness of this article?
Your article reviews should follow this format:
Double-spaced, 12 point font size, Times New Roman or Calibri.
Exactly two pages in length: one page for the summary and one page for the critique.
A link to the article should be included. The link to the article and the APA/MLA citation are not the same thing. I should be able to cut and paste the link in a browser to access the article.