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-Researched the topic.
< -Taken a position on the topic. < -Defended the position with well considered arguments. < – Prepared a well written, concise, and complete paper, free of errors and within the guidelines specified in the Syllabus (I have the syllabus’s description pasted below). < – Properly cited all work – DO NOT take credit for someone else’s work – err on the side of caution! < Start by carefully reviewing chapters 16, 17, and 18 of the textbook and the Emotional Intelligence information (in week 7 Learning Module). Select one topic. If you do not find a topic you are comfortable with, you may use authoritative outside sources on the subject of HRD or Emotional Intelligence, for example peer reviewed journal articles, seminal research and writings, or related professional organizations. Your mission here is make yourself an expert on that topic and deliver a top-notch paper. Find everything you can about this topic—web pages, governmental reports, YouTube videos, peer-reviewed articles from the Troy library, etc. < < Once you’ve gone digital dumpster diving, you will create a paper consisting of: < < A title page (remember to include your name on the title page). < A one paragraph abstract of the topic (2nd page). < Outline of the paper (3rd page) < Begin the body of the paper on the fourth page. Break it into logical sections, for example: < Introduction < Discussion (this can include sections such as background of the topic and important points as they relate to your chosen topic). < The body should be 5 to 7 pages long. < The last section is the bibliography (use APA format). < Remember to use good transitions between sections and paragraphs. < Research several sources and include a bibliography (APA format) for the resources you found. You’ll use the Internet, governmental reports, YouTube videos, peer-reviewed articles and books from the Troy online library databases, etc. This will represent approximately 8 – 10 hours of work, so don’t procrastinate. Investing adequate time at this stage will pay off handsomely, as you will be able to produce an informed, authoritative paper that you can be proud of. < Formatting requirements are: 12 point, Times New Roman, double spacing, saved in Word format. Normal margins (no more than one inch, all sides), no borders, page numbers at bottom (center) of page. Citations will be placed at end of the paper in the bibliography, using APA style (Word will do this for you). Citations for quoted material will follow the format of “last name of primary author, page number” for example (Cavin, p. 6), inserting year if there are more than one bibliographic citations for one author. If you want to see what the Troy Library has APA-wise, that is here: < http://troy.libguides.com/c.php?g=466039&p=3186681 (Links to an external site.) < < Length: 5 to 7 pages (not including title page, abstract page, outline page, and bibliography). < Your executive summary should be so good that it will give a decision-maker a GREAT overview of the topic. If you have not done a bibliography before, here are some guidelines. < http://lib.skidmore.edu/library/index.php/li371-annotated-bib (Links to an external site.) < < http://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography (Links to an external site.) < < Paper Best Practices < < Best practices are strategies, projects or programs that have worked well in other areas or for other organizations. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Best_practice (Links to an external site.) < Begin with a clear introduction describing the issue / problem you have chosen. This should include a discussion that provides a background on the topic and why you selected the topic. < < Next you should provide the analysis of the topic. This should be based not only on Internet research, but on a minimum of 5-6 peer reviewed journal articles on the subject matter. No less than 8 sources should be included in this section to earn top points. < < This section is the body of the paper, and should include an analysis that compares and contrasts the prior research and scholarly articles you have found. Briefly review and summarize the source and analyze the key strengths and weakness of each source in a sentence or two. < < Conclude with a section stating your position on the issue and include the key points that support your position. < < Thus, the paper should consist of the following sections: < < Title Page < Abstract Page < Outline Page < Body of Paper < Introduction of the problem < Background and discussion < Conclusion < Bibliography < If there is sufficient space at the end of one section, begin the new section on that page. New sections should not start on a brand new page if there is room at the end of the preceding section. < < Whatever source you use, you must cite your sources clearly using APA format. Failing to use APA format will result in a deduction of points. < < Clear, grammatical, well-organized, and succinct writing is expected. The paper should be typed, double-spaced, and page numbered (as should all papers in this course), and must be submitted through the Assignments Turnitin section in the week 8 Learning Module. < < “A” papers will be comprehensive (thorough range of citations), insightful (good identification of strengths/weaknesses), well-organized and well-written. Though the background section and brief description of the field of knowledge is important, place strong emphasis on the analysis section. < <