2 Paper 2 page each.
I need support with this Management question so I can learn better.
1st topic to write -1st observation
Topic-Perceptions, Attributions, & Decision Making (2 page)
For first observation
You need Chapter 4 and 14 from the book which is provided below
And the attached article ( The hidden Traps…)
2nd topic to write -2nd observation
Topic-Conflict, Negotiation, Power & Politics (2 page)
For the second
You need Chapter 11 and 12 from the book
And this youtube video
About Observation Papers (OP):
Observation Papers are short papers that relate to the week’s topic/concepts. OPs are not reports or research papers. They are not editorials (i.e. opinion), nor are they a summary of the readings. An OP should reflect your observations of the course material in the world around you. The observations could be based on your own personal experiences or those of your friends, or it could be based on something you heard about in the news or something you read about in another class, or in the popular press. Your observations could be used to illustrate points in the weekly readings, or they could critique or extend the arguments given in the readings. Alternatively, you could relate to the week’s topic or assigned readings in other ways. I am relatively open regarding the manner in which an OP connects to the topic, as long as you take some aspect of the course material and connect it to your observations outside our classroom.
There is no need for the OP to address all aspects of all the readings–focus on whatever interests you. The goal of the paper is to motivate you to think about the week’s topic and thus deepen your understanding of it, and depth is more important than breadth. In other words, pick one small aspect of the readings for the week and explore it outside of the classroom. Do not try to pick a complete article or entire chapter, as this is too broad to cover effectively.
OPs are limited to a maximum of two standard pages (approximately 500 – 750 words), not including references. If you discuss your personal experiences, please use pseudonyms when discussing them, regardless of whether what you say is positive or negative. A grade of zero will be assigned to papers that are late, simply summarize the readings, do not clearly demonstrate adequate thought about the topic, or involve material from a previous discussion or week.