Susan Webber asserts that management is fixated on business metrics

Details:

Susan Webber asserts that management is fixated on business metrics. Based on the conceptual foundations and current practices covered in the course and additional relevant academic and professional literature, develop a research-based critique of the Webber article.

General Requirements:

Read "Management's Great Addiction" by Webber. You may wish to structure your personal notes as an article review though these notes will not be submitted as part of this assignment.
Instructors will be using a grading rubric to grade the assignments. It is recommended that learners review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment in order to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.
Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation from each source be included.

Directions:
Write a position paper of 1,000-1,250 words that includes the following:

  • A brief description of the development of business theories leading to Webber's conclusions in the article.

  • A research–based critique of the theory Webber proposes in the article and its relation to current business practices.

  • A research–based discussion of how Webber's theory can be refuted or be modified or extended for enhanced application to business.


This is how the paper should look:
IntroductionSubtopics.


  • A brief description of the development of business theories leading to Webber's conclusions in the article ( Scholarly in text citation)

  • A research–based critique of the theory Webber proposes in the article and its relation to current business practices. ( Scholarly in text citation)

  • A research–based discussion of how Webber's theory can be refuted or be modified or extended for enhanced application to business ( Scholarly in text citation)

  • Conclusion

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