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This source was slightly narrow as only 194 surveys were returned to be used. The articleis useful to my research as it touches on the effects of the online social networking has onemployee engagement. Additionally it is useful as how “their connectivity to onlineenvironment impacts organizational processes such as internal communications andemployee social well-being” (Korzynski, 2015).Lyons, S. T., Schweitzer, L., & Ng, E. S. W. (2015). How have careers changed? an investigationof changing career patterns across four generations.Journal of ManagerialPsychology,30(1), 8-21. doi:10.1108/JMP-07-2014-0210What are the credentials and backgrounds of the authors?The authors of this articlestudied thecareermobility patterns of four generations of Canadian professionals.What are the key concepts discussed in the article? The concepts of this article werecareer mobility among the newer generations. It was noted generations are shifting from atraditional employment to a “new Model’ of employment. This source was okay in its
11ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYdepth as it sampled 2227 participates of Canadian career males but narrow as it did notinclude women and no other nationalities. This source was useful as it concentrated onhow organizations are being forced to change toward a more work friendly atmosphere ascareer shifts.Men, L.R., Chen, F. C & Ji Y.C (2018).Walking the talk: An exploratory examination ofexecutive leadership communication at startups in China.Journal of Public RelationsResearch,30(1-2)35-56What are the credentials and backgrounds of the authors?The authors of this articlecited several previous studies as a basis for their study.They noted that leadershipcommunication was an under-studied area. These authors conducted their researchthrough interviews throughpurposive and snowball sampling. The sampling was taken from 25participates in leadership positions in 24 companies.The main focus was on start-upcompanies and how it economically affected China.The key concepts were theleadership communication in start-up companies as well as strategies and corporateculture and how the top leadership led the company. This source was very narrow at itsampling size was extremely small and consisted of mostly men in high leadershippositions. This source was useful as it discussed the various styles of communication.Minseong, K., & Svetlana, S. (2018). Does environmental leadership affect market and ecoperformance? evidence from korean franchise firms.The Journal of Business &Industrial Marketing,33(4), 417-428.doi:What are the credentials and backgrounds of the authors?Structural equationmodeling, namely, confirmatory and path analysis, was the primary method of data
12ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYanalysis in the study. The study consisted 196 regional foodservice franchisingheadquarters in South Korea.The aim of this study was to examine the effects of twotypes of environmental leadership in the context of the South Korean foodservice

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