Write an annotated bibliography, HR Management

You will find a guide to writing an Annotated Bibliography prepared by the learning advisors here at UniSA. Please read over this guide. Writing an Annotated Bibliography is a very important academic skill, which is essential to understanding the rapidly evolving research in PM.

Your tasks on this assignment are as follows:

1. Choose ONE of the following important and/or emergent topic areas in PM:

  • the intersection of leadership and performance management
  • the intersection of business ethics and performance management
  • the intersection of human resource development and performance management.

2. Using one of these emergent topic areas, prepare an Annotated Bibliography based on 7 Refereed academic journal articles. If you use journal articles before 2000 you must comment that they are either a seminal work or no other recent literature exists on the topic

3. Start your search by using the refereed journals Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Journal, and Human Resource Management. You should then widen your search from this journal to relevant chapters or parts of chapters in PM/HRM texts (go to the Course Home page and click on 'Learning Resources for this Course'); other PM/HRM refereed journal articles, newspaper articles dealing with PM/HRM issues, PM/HRM magazines and PM/HRM case studies, conference proceedings, and articles published by professional associations such as AHRI/SHRI.

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