Organizational challenges due to the new strategic imperatives

Organizational challenges due to the new strategic imperatives

You have done the proposal for this project. Now, we need to do the outline also. I am attaching the journal that you need to consider as first reference for the work. I will attach also the proect proposal with the list of references that you have chosen before. I am attaching also a sample for the project outline that might be helpful as well. Following the instructions from the instructor also:
This week you will continue work on your Final Project. Your submission this week will be an annotated outline of the research you will be doing on your chosen organisation. Be sure to address the 8 challenges listed as ?Organizational challenges due to the new strategic imperatives? Nadler (1999, pp 45-60) within the format of the annotated outline. Remember to list your references again.
For an example of an outline format, you may wish to review the following link, which provides one example of how to outline your paper:
http://www.esc.edu/esconline/across_esc/WritingResources.nsf/frames/The+Outline?OpenDocument
Keep in mind that you are discussing the organisation and how it could be restructured for greater competitiveness. The outline should be 750 to 1000 words.
Before beginning a draft of a paper, a writer should consider it good practice to develop a working outline. As a part of the writing process, it is an initial means of organizing one’s thoughts by providing a "map," so to speak, to help navigate the early stages of composition. It is important to realize, though, that the outline is not a contract written in stone; it is merely a tool to help one get started with the daunting prospect of writing a college paper. In the later stages of the writing process, one may deviate greatly from what the outline initially detailed. This does not mean that the outline was a waste of time. On the contrary, it is what propelled the writer onward. This page will focus on how an outline addresses the following three basic parts of an essay:
? The introduction (including the topic/problem and subsequent topic sentence);
? The body (including several major issues); and
? the conclusion (including a brief review of major issues and a solution or final opinion).

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