Comparison of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion across industries Annotated Bibliography

Comparison of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion across industries

DEI Annotated Bibliography


Leadership is hosting a panel discussion titled: Comparison of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion across industries. You are on the diversity committee and have been assigned to share resources with attendees. Find six credible academic sources about DEI in your own industry or one industry listed below. Be sure the sources offer a comparison of diversity, equity, and inclusion with a clear focus on how each is different from the other in theory and practice. Prepare an annotated bibliography for attendees in one of the industry options below:

  • Finance
  • Hospitality
  • Technology

For each source (6 total), include an annotation that meets the following criteria:

  • 2 to 4 sentences to summarize the main idea(s) of the source.
  • What are the main arguments made about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging? What distinction is made between diversity, equity, and inclusion? How are they compared and contrasted in this source?
  • What is the point of this source? To inform, persuade, share innovative thinking, to contradict popular beliefs?
  • What topics are covered? DEI (Diversity Equity Inclusion)? Justice? Historical perspective? Current events from a legal perspective?
  • Compare the source information.
  • How does it compare with other sources about DEI in your bibliography?
  • Is this information reliable? Current? Related specifically to the industry chosen for this assignment?
  • How has the information in this source added or enhanced your understanding of Diversity Equity and Inclusion?
  • 1 or 2 sentences to reflect on the source.
  • Was this source helpful to you?
  • How can you use this source for your presentation?
  • Has it changed how you think about DEI?
  • A title page
  • The annotated bibliography begins on its own page with the word “References” bolded and centered at the top of the page.
  • Each entry begins with an APA reference for the resource with the annotation appearing directly beneath. The entire annotation is indented 0.5 inches from the left margin.
  • Entries are listed in alphabetical order. The entire document is typed in one of the six approved font styles and sizes and is double spaced. There is no additional space between entries.

organization’s appraisals/Performance appraisals

organization’s appraisals/Performance appraisals

1.  The method of training used can affect the behavior and cognitive learning of the audience; therefore, in meeting the needs of the audience, you must consider the various methods of how training is delivered (i.e., traditional vs. web-based). Of the traditional types of methods, which would you select for your organization? Why

2. Do you think performance appraisals still serve  a purpose in management efforts? How often does your organization conduct performance appraisals? Do you think your organization’s appraisals are beneficial to you and the company? How can they be improved?

3. Performance appraisals are used to identify deficiencies in employees’ on-the-job performance, which leads to recommended training and development; however, there are some legal issues or concerns that can develop if proper training is not provided. How does your organization document that employees have been provided proper training, have successfully completed the training, and are actively applying the learned material within their day-to-day duties and responsibilities?

President Assad and President Obama

President Assad and President Obama

Why did Assad Win? Was President Obama Correct to announce that “the time has come for President Assad to step aside” in Aug. 2011? What should the U.S. have done? Cite 4-5 sources minimum.


Make sure to use footnotes and to add a “List of Sources” at the end of your essay.

These papers should be grammatically and syntactically correct and without typographical errors. Include the question you are answering on the title page so both you and I will be sure which question you are addressing. Special attention will be given to the thesis paragraph. Make it succinct and preview how you will argue your paper. Always end with a concluding paragraph that sums up your argument.

Citations: Use footnotes, or what is called the “Notes and Bibliography” form of citation for your references (not the internal: “author date” style common in the social sciences). The first citation of a work should be complete and subsequent citations abbreviated. Read about how to use this form of citation at Quick Guide of the Chicago Manual of Style. Learn how to use footnotes (not endnotes on “Word.”

List of Sources: Be sure to add a “List of Sources” at the end of your essay, in which you list all the sources that you cite. Each article must be referenced in full. Consult the website of the Chicago Manual of Style to do this correctly. Make sure you cite internet sources correctly as well.



James Gelvin, The New Middle East, pp. 51-82.

Joshua Landis, Why Asad Is Likely to Survive to 2013. Middle East Policy, (19:1 Spring 2012) pp 72-85.

Aron Lund, The Free Syrian Army Doesn’t Exist, Syrian Comment, 16 March 2013.

The No. 2 man at the CIA, Mike Morell, explains why the U.S. government fears the breakup of the state of Syria and the collapse of the central government. 60 Minutes, CBS (Sept. 15, 2013) “The Briefer: Ex-CIA No. 2 on Syria crisis

Joshua Landis, “America’s Failure — and Russia and Iran’s Success — in Syria’s Cataclysmic Civil War,” Interviewed by John Judis for TPM, January 10, 2017. [6]

“Libya’s civil war: The four-year descent from Arab spring to factional chaos,” Jan. 10, 2015. Economist.

“The Arab Winter,” The Economist, Jan 2016. Mark Lynch, The New Arab Order,” Foreign Affairs, Sept/Oct 2018

Graham Allison, “The Myth of the Liberal Order: From Historical Accident to Conventional Wisdom, Foreign Affairs, Thursday, June 14, 2018.

Bacevich and Mearsheimer on U.S. Policy in the Middle East, Lobelog, January 2017.

Mark Lynch, “New Arab World Order,” Carnegie Endowment, Aug 2018.

Write 800 words at least to answer this question:


Case study analysis

Due Sunday, April 16th.


2) Case Study Analysis– Due Sunday, April 23rd.

Use the following information to formulate your analysis

Patient is a 24-year-old female administrative assistant who comes to the emergency department with a chief complaint of severe right-sided headache.

She states that this is the sixth time in the last 2 months she has had this headache. She says the headaches last 2–3 days and have impacted her ability to concentrate at work.

She complains of nausea and has vomited three times in the last 3 hours.

She states, “the light hurts my eyes.”

She rates her pain as a 10/10 at this time. Ibuprofen and acetaminophen ease her symptoms somewhat but do not totally relieve them.

No other current complaints.


Explain how this information relates to the case:

Both the neurological and musculoskeletal pathophysiologic processes that would account for the patient presenting these symptoms.

Any racial/ethnic variables that may impact physiological functioning.

How these processes interact to affect the patient.

Explain how this information relates to the case:

Both the neurological and musculoskeletal pathophysiologic processes that would account for the patient presenting these symptoms.

Any racial/ethnic variables that may impact physiological functioning.

How these processes interact to affect the patient.


Answer the questions using APA format – title page, introduction, body of the paper, summary, and a Reference page.

Include two scholarly references.

Use APA format. See the attached template for Walden MSN students. Submit your answers in 1-2 pages (not including the Reference page).



Applicant Narrative

Applicant Narrative

The narrative section of the application gives each applicant the unique opportunity to present themselves to the selection committee in their own words. Include your educational goals and how you will use the funding. The committee uses the narrative to determine an applicant’s ability to organize their thoughts and present themselves in a clear and concise manner. Please consider that this narrative will have significant weight during the selection process. The narrative should be between 1 and 2 typed, double-spaced pages in length.

Educational Goal:  once graduate with my master’s I would love to work in human resources, health insurance, or a position involving advocacy.

started my MBA in health care management and receiving a scholarship, would be able to cover much of the tuition costs associated with the degree program, reducing the program’s total cost. The most obvious financial benefit of a scholarship is the ease of financial burden that it can provide to me. By covering a large portion of the tuition costs associated with the program, the scholarship would reduce the amount of money I would have to pay out of pocket and would also help me to reach my educational dreams of assisting people in need. I could focus more on my studies, potentially leading to better academic performance and a higher chance of success in the program. This could help me to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to become more equipped to help those in need.


Organizational Description

Organizational Description

This paper will develop a case based on a real situation in a real organization, preferably the organization where you presently work. Your paper must include both a description and an analysis. You MAY select the organization in which you work or one with which you are familiar. It is preferable to be in a position to obtain first-hand information about your selected organization. If you do not have the necessary access, you will be expected to develop your paper on the basis of second-hand information in periodicals, etc. The following is the required outline for your paper:

1)Organizational Description

  • Background information, including
    • environment
    • domain and task design
    • role relationships
    • control systems
    • information technology
    • organizational goals
    • size
    • blueprint for growth
  • Situation description, including
    • the nature of the task
    • the people involved
    • formal and informal relationships
    • relevant organization structure
    • prior events relative to the situation
  • Discussion of organizational effectiveness, including
    • organizational behavior
    • work and efficiency
    • adaptability of the organization

2) Organizational Analysis (using the concepts learned in this course)

  • Level of organizational effectiveness
  • Causes for organizational effectiveness
  • Mechanisms for change

3)Proposed Organizational Chart

4)Conclusions and Recommendation

5) Reference page



There are many beliefs about psychology that are commonly held by the general public, despite the fact that they are
not generally supported by scientific research. Often, people evaluate how likely these claims are to be true based upon
their personal experience, anecdotes or stories, and how well the claims match their intuitions about human behavior,
thoughts, and feelings. Scientists test the accuracy of these claims by systematically collecting and analyzing these
observations (i.e., data) to make determinations about what is true.
In this assignment, you are going to be a psychological detective. Below are five common beliefs that have been
questioned by many psychologists. You will pick ONE of the questionable claims. Your job is to find two empirical
research articles that scientifically test some aspect of your chosen claim, and to use that evidence to evaluate the
claim’s support (or lack thereof). For each of the claims, some suggested keywords to begin your search are provided
(you likely will need to search other terms, as well), along with a sample empirical research article addressing this claim

IRIS Center Module

IRIS Center Module


Assume Student A and Student B are in your classroom. Apply what you have learned from the IRIS Center Module and our text to reflect on the following student behavior scenarios:discuss the following:

  • Which interventions or actions could you use to influence the student to behave appropriately? Explain your choices.
  • Which logical consequences would be appropriate?
  • Which domains of Social-Emotional Learning could be utilized in your instruction to support the student’s appropriate behavior in the future? Explain how the SEL domains will help.
  • How would you use your relationships with the student, family members, or professional colleagues to prevent this behavior from reoccurring?

employee health and well-being

employee health and well-being


Conduct a review of the literature on the subject of employee health and well-being. Identify at least four research-based recommendations for improving employee health, safety, and/or well-being. Explains the four recommendations for improving employee health, safety, and/or well-being. Additionally, include a personal recommendation you would suggest which might improve employee health, safety, and/or well-being. Integrate a Biblical worldview into your presentation.


A minimum of four scholarly peer-reviewed journal articles in addition to the Bible must utilized. Sources must be cited and referenced in current APA style.

gender issues and social justice

gender issues and social justice

gender issues” or “social justice.” Use digital media (such as: Google Images, a video clip, news clips) to present or create a photo  on gender performances in everyday life and share with peers. It can be as simple one image or video, etcetera with an explanation about it.