Assignment Overview: personal/professional development
In preparation for your final project, you need to conduct a thorough review of scholarly literature connected to your professional development plan.
In this assignment, you will create an annotated bibliography of some of the sources you plan to use for your final course project assignment. This is not intended to be the complete list of sources you will use for your final assignment. Rather, it should reflect the resources you have found to date. This annotated bibliography will allow your instructor to provide feedback on the direction and depth of your research.
Complete the following:
- Prepare a summative annotated bibliography containing “AT LEAST FIVE PEER-REVIEWED,” scholarly sources on personal/professional development “FROM WITHIN THE LAST FIVE YEARS.”
- List each reference using APA (6th edition) format.
For each source:
o Summarize the article in a paragraph that includes all pertinent information.
o Summaries should be concise and to the point.
o Analyze the source’s contribution to the development plan. Your analysis should indicate why the source is being used, what its connection to your topic and professional development plan is, and where in the professional development plan you intend to use the source.
• Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
• APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting.
• Sources: Minimum of five scholarly sources with correct APA citations.
• Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.
Some Sources that were used as reading materials but a few were from previous assignment I believe some may be useful.
Albers, S., Wohlgezogen, F., & Zajac, E. J. (2016). Strategic Alliance Structures: An Organization Design Perspective. Journal of Management, 42(3): 582-614.
Alderman, W. (2011). The value of mentoring. Operations Management (1755-1501), 37(2), 39–42.
Baker, M. J. (2009). Personal professional development. Marketing Review, 9(2), 99–113.
Barron, A. (2014). Professional development, one bite at a time. T + D, 68(3), 70-71,73.
Bayerlein, L., & Jeske, D. (2018). Student Learning Opportunities in Traditional and Computer-Mediated Internships. Education+ Training, 60(1): 27-38.
Beagrie, S. (2004). How to…plan your personal development. Personnel Today, , 29.
Blanchard, H. (2012). How Do You Get Leaders to Change? Chief Learning Officer, 11(10), 26–29.
Bourgeois, T. (2006). The challenge of changing values, beliefs, and expectations. Leader to Leader, 2006(42), 7–10.
Brown, M. (2014). MAKING CONNECTIONS. Quality Progress, 47(7), 24-27.
Calzone, A. S. (2013). Building Your Personal Infrastructure. New Jersey CPA, (38), 14–16.
Carlock, R. (2013). Meditate to improve performance. Fountainebleau: INSEAD.
Collins, S., & Arthur, N. (2007). A framework for enhancing multicultural counselling competence. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 41(1), 31-49.
Collin, K., Van der Heijden, B., & Lewis, P. (2012). Continuing professional development. International Journal of Training & Development, 16(3), 155–163.