Assessment title Annotated bibliography (this is a final exam assignment and must be submitted on time. The assessment date cannot be extended). Purpose, description and topics covered Purpose: The purpose of this assessment is to help learners identify elements of organisational resilience and examine how it is developed within an organisation. This assessment will also enable learners to reason and draw links between concepts learned in the unit. Description: This report The topic of the annotated bibliography is: “Building organisational resilience: its sources, methods of developing it and its impacts on organisations during challenging times” References: you will need to use an exact number of references for this assessment because it is an annotated bibliography. The number of references is 5. Topics to be covered: Knowledge and skills from weeks 6 to 11, with emphasis on the development of resilience for organsiations during difficult of challenging times. This assessment will need that you involve reasoning, problem-solving and decision-making based on real-world and discipline-specific situations. Through this assessment, students see how their learning is appropriate to current discipline specific issues and helps prepares them for future professional practice. ) not including cover sheet or reference list Criteria to grade quality Application of theoretical models Interpretation of scholarly references to the assessment context Depth of analysis Use of logical, structured responses to assessment problem Use of correct academic writing protocols Submission method Via TurnItIn using the correct link relevant to the assessment on the learning management system Return method Via comments, rubric and grade on Turnitin Feedback provided Feedback on areas that were appropriate and those that need improvement using the marking rubric and written comments. The marking rubric shown at the end of this table will be used to mark this assessment. Questions about assessments are welcome in class, or via email or phone at any time. Drafts of assessments will not be reviewed-. Rationale The rationale of this assignment is to provide an opportunity for students to undertake in-depth, analytical research that identifies the methods of building organisational resilience at times of major challenge to the organisation and to reflect on the meaning of resilience for team members and for the organisation. Further guidance The assessment must maintain a similarity level of 15% or less and be submitted to the correct TurnItIn link on the student management system. Assessment details This is an individual assignment. It takes the form of an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography provides a brief account of the available research on a given topic. It is a list of research sources that includes concise descriptions and evaluations of each source. To complete an annotated bibliography for this assessment you will need to identify and fully read 5 academic journal articles about “organisational resilience” The annotation usually contains a brief summary of content and a short analysis or evaluation. You are also asked to reflect, summarise, critique, evaluate and analyse the source. Tips on writing an annotated bibliography can be found on the link below (source: UNSW, Aug 2019)”Building organisational resilience: its sources, methods of developing it and its impacts on organisations during challenging times” You might consider the following approach to your annotated bibliography: Statement of the problem Background to the paper being annotated Scope of the paper Problem the paper is presenting The papers main argument The intended audience for the paper Research methods used by the paper Conclusions made by the paper Reliability of the paper Relevance of the paper to the practice of organisational behaviour Strengths and limitations of the paper Your view of the paper You will need to complete the points above for every one of the 5 academic journal articles you selected. The language used in the assessment needs to be academic and must draw on the terms learned in the unit. The expression of an opinion in the first person (“I”) is not allowed and the work needs to not have a similarity rate of more than 15%.