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Task: Concept Map + Speaker Notes
This task is a 1-page concept map with 4-page (around 1000 words) speaker note. Reference is not needed.
Task: Concept Map + Speaker Notes This task is a 1-page concept map with 4-page (around 1000 words) speaker note. Reference is not needed. The task is based on the following 5 articles: Theme: Key Dimensions of Managing I: Organizational Structure and Environments Required readings 1. Rainey, Hal G. (2014) Chapter 3: What makes public organization distinctive, pp. 53-85. 2. Rainey, Hal G. (2014) Chapter 4: Analyzing the environment of public organizations, pp. 86-108. 3. Hill, Carolyn J., and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. (2016). Chapter 2: Managerial accountability to the rule of law, pp. 39-57. 4. Pandey, Sanjay K., David Coursey, and Donald P. Moynihan. (2007). Overcoming barriers to organizational effectiveness and bureaucratic red tape: A multi-method study. Public Performance & Management Review, 30(3), 371-400. 5. Hammond, Thomas H. (1986). Agenda control, organizational structure, and bureaucratic politics. American Journal of Political Science, 30(2), 379-420. (All the 5 articles have been uploaded to the system.) Instruction and Requirements for Concept Map • Students are expected to prepare a one-page landscape layout concept map to illustrate relationships between essential concepts and ideas of the assigned 5 readings. A concept map is a powerful tool to have you think systematically about their interpretations and identify central subjects of the readings. It can take any forms of charts, graphic organizers, flowcharts, or diagrams. • Please use charts, graphic organizers, flowcharts, or diagrams in the concept map to demonstrate the interrelationship among the 5 articles above (essential concepts and ideas) Instruction and Requirements for Speaker Note • Use the speaker note to present the concept map you drew to represent the knowledge and the interrelationship of the subjects in about 1000 words. • The speaker note should be colloquial and easy to understand. • The speaker note should totally reflect your whole idea why you draw such a concept map and the interrelationship among 5 articles.