Submit a proposal to your instructor that details the company you're going to analyze and the people within the company you plan to speak to about the various parts of your paper.
Make sure you have permission from the people in the company before you proceed with your proposal!
Content of the paper
The goal of this project is for you to create a paper that captures the key cultural aspects of the organization you study. You can choose a local organization or the organization that you work for. When you are preparing your paper and gathering information on the company of your choice address the following areas in regards to the organization.
At the end of week one, you'll need to submit a proposal to your instructor that details the company you're going to analyze and the people within the company you plan to speak to about the various parts of your paper. Make sure you have permission from the people in the company before you proceed with your proposal.
Address the following questions:
Gathering data provides you with the raw material to paint your picture of the organization. It is both an essential and vital component of this project, because it gives you the surface, shades and strokes with which to work. Data gathering enables you to take your analysis to a much deeper level and allows you to discover how others think about the organization and to integrate conceptual maps with organizational realities. Furthermore, data production compels you to develop a capacity to use colleagues as resources. There are several ways to gather data for your organizational analysis. Data can be gathered through: (1) observation; (2) interviews; (3) questionnaires; and (4) analysis of organizational records. All of these methods are great methods to use. Combining these methods can produce a more insightful analysis.
Layout of the paper
This paper should be between 10 and 14 pages, double-spaced, single-sided, 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, with no grammar or spelling errors; include a title page, a table of contents, and a reference page at the end. The table of contents and title page will not be counted in the 10-14 pages.
The first page of the paper should be a title page. The second page should provide a table of contents that lists the major areas of the paper, along with page numbers. The body of your paper should include an introduction that briefly describes the main content of the paper. The final section of the main text should be a conclusion. Following the conclusion, be sure to include a reference page to support your paper.
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