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comprehensive article analysis

TWO SUPPORT SOURCES The article analysis format will be:
1 - 2 page paper 
APA style 
Papers will not include an abstract

The 5 factors you need to successfully implement your strategy
Jim Sisson. 
Every organization has to balance the sophistication and complexity
of its strategy with the challenges of implementation. I would much
rather see a mediocre strategy well implemented than an exceptional
strategy that languishes because the organization lacks the
resources to implement it. There are several factors that seem to
have a major impact on an organization’s ability to implement.

1. Commitment. Commitment starts at the top but it must not end
there. Middle management and front line supervisors must have the
commitment needed to communicate the plan and enroll the employees
in the strategy. If they are not committed, the rest of the
organization won’t be either.

2. Ability and willingness to change. Strategy implementation
requires change. Some organizations embrace change while others
resist to the bitter end. GM has known for years what it needed to
do to become more competitive. It simply was unable or unwilling to
do it. Apple on the other hand has reinvented itself from a
computer company into an entertainment and communications company.
If you have been following the same strategy for 50 years, there is
a good chance it is time to change.

3. An organizational structure that supports the strategy. One of
the most powerful implementation tools available to a company is
its organizational structure. A strategy’s priorities are usually
reflected in its organizational structure. A strategy may require
centralized control or decentralized flexibility. It may be
designed to encourage product development or generate efficiency
through standardization. The organizational structure must be
designed to support the priorities required by the strategy. A
significant change in strategy almost certainly must be accompanied
by a change in structure.

4. Ability to measure progress. Every implementation effort has an
element of trial and error learning. However, the learning
opportunity is missed if you cannot measure your results. A
learning organization must be able to define success and measure
its progress so it can learn what works and what doesn’t.

5. A clear understanding of priorities. I believe you don’t have a
strategy until you are willing to identify who you won’t serve.
Management is often distracted from its strategy by opportunities
that continually pop up. Opportunity driven is just another way of
saying you have no focus. Resources are always limited and if you
don’t have clear priorities, you dilute resources chasing the

Paper Title: Can be the Article Week, Article Title, or Topic
Student Name
Park University

Introduction (title either “Introduction” or Use the Actual paper
The introduction section is an introduction of the paper, not the
article. The introduction must be comprehensive and outline the
flow and structure of paper. There can be supportive input to open
the paper, but thee overview of the paper is the most important
part. For example. 
Many students at the college level are not familiar with proper
research paper development (Picciano, Seaman, & Allen, 2010).
This paper will outline the key sections involved in the Article
Analysis paper, provide a summary of the contents of each paper,
and serve as a guide to help students develop a college level
Topic Overview
The goal of this section is to overview the course topic that will
also be the topic of the article. The student should make it clear
what topic they will be discussing and all remaining sections
should relate to the topic. In this example the topic is writing
the paper. The following example might be found in this section.
This topic under review be the proper formatting and input of a
research paper. There are key elements of a research paper that
must be understood before an acceptable paper can be produced
(Creswell & Plano Clark, 2011). The formatting of a paper is
the topic, not the article that will relate to the topic later in
this paper.  
Related Article Analysis
This is the section where an article related to the topic is
analyzed. In this section only the article is analyzed. The topic
itself is secondary to what the article is about. An example of
text in this section would be as follows. 
In an article on writing an effective college level paper, the
authors highlighted some of the key techniquest that students
should use when drafting a research paper (Creswell & Plano
Clark, 2011). The article was specific to research writing but it
applies to this assignment as well. Citing sources and using the
research to emphasize the topic comes through the effective
incorporation of data and statistics. It is also helpful to  use
quotes and other topic input, but the emphasis is not as strong.
Relationship to Course Topics
This is also a very important section. In this section the
relationship between the topic, the article, and course work is
highlighted. It is important to show a clear link between all of
the elements required of the Article Analysis paper. For example
the following information could be a part of this section.
the key elements of professional advancement is the ability to
present information both oral and written. Many women executives
have sighted the ability to present information as critical to
their advancement (Tischler, 2004). The elements presented in the
article (Creswell & Plano Clark, 2011) are very similar to our
course reading in terms of content and key skills and abilities
In summary, women have overcome many adversities in the workplace
over the years. Some have risen up to the corporate world or
government positions to be the best at their craft.  I believe that
success is defined by each person differently, and women who “opt
out” have carefully weighed their decisions with their own best
interests in place.  Enhance your conclusions with a summary of the
entire paper (what you covered) 

Creswell, J.W. & Plano Clark, V. L. (2011). Designing and
conducting mixed method research. (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA:
SAGE Publications.
Picciano, A. G., Seaman, J., & Allen, I. E. (2010). Educational
transformation through online learning: To be or not to be. Journal
of Asynchronous Learning Networks. 14 (4). 17 – 35.
Tishcler, L. (2004). Where are the Women? Fast Company. Retrieved
from http://www.fastcompany.com/48593/where-are-women

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