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Latest article no less than 2000 dateAnnotated Bibliography #1
Creating the Annotated Bibliography.
The purpose of writing an annotated bibliography can be two fold.  It can provide a current overview of the published literature on a specific subject and this may be published in a scholarly journal, etc.  It can also be the starting point of your research project.  The annotated bibliography provides the APA reference but also it provides a summary of the main points of the source. Instead of skimming and listing the APA citation on a reference page, you must read the articles with more detail and be more critical. 
Creating an annotated bibliography, you can see where your research ideal or purpose fits.  It will help you form your research problem statement.  You will review what research and writings have been established in this field and/or topic and you will create a current, detailed review of the literature.
For the CMHT 5100 Class Assignment:

Establish and specify your research focus:
 Millennial Generation, Leaders in Hospitality Industry

Create your title:
 Millennial Leaders in the Hospitality Industry:  An Annotated Bibliography

Complete exhaustive review of literature:
  Use a bookmarking or referencing system like RefWorks to compile your literature review.

Re-evaluate literature review list to establish usable references.

Create the APA reference and summary for each reference. 
See example below and the example in the BBL folder.

Target a minimum of 20 references (journal articles).

Submit as a typed, APA style manuscript.  1” margins, double spaced, etc.

Grading:  Each article (20 total) is worth 2 points each.  1 point for summary, 1 point for APA reference.  This is an “all or none” item grade so proof read carefully before submitting.

 
You can read more about annotated bibliographies on Purdue Online Writing Lab 

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/common_writing_assignments/annotated_bibliographies/index.htmlMillennial Leaders in the Hospitality Industry 1

Example from a class assignment outside SMHM.

25 July 2011

Millennial Leaders in the Hospitality Industry:

An Annotated Bibliography

Downing, K. (2006). Next generation: what leaders need to know about the Millennials.

Leadership in Action, 26(3), 3-6. Retrieved July 25, 2011, from Wiley InterScience

Journals.

In this article, the author attempts to explain the generational differences of Millennial by

looking at parental influence, social networks, and employer interactions. Emphasis is

placed on how Millennials must be led in order to maintain their motivation at the work

place.

Field, R. G. (1982). A test of the Vroom-Yetton normative model of leadership. Journal of

Applied Psychology, 67(5), 523-532. Retrieved July 25, 2011, from ScienceDirect.

This article provides a historical analysis of the Vroom-Yetton normative model of

leadership. Furthermore, interactions between leaders and employees are observed.

Findings suggest there is validity on the applicability of the model. This paper will offer a

historical background into the development of the Vroom-Yetton normative model of

leadership, while also providing data as to how the theory applies to leader-employee

relations. Although this article is old, it will introduce the historical development of the

theory.

Gursoy, D., Maier, T. A., & Chi, C. G. (2008). Generational differences: an examination of work

Millennial Leaders in the Hospitality Industry 2

values and generational gaps in the hospitality workforce. International Journal of

Hospitality Management, 27(3), 448-458. Retrieved July 25, 2011, from

http://libproxy.library.unt.edu:2127/science/article/pii/S0278431907001223

In this article, the authors attempted to identify generational differences and similarities

among hospitality employees and managers in order to develop leadership strategies and

management styles that can be utilized to increase employee morale and productivity

while enhancing recruitment and retention rates of highly qualified workers. In order to

examine generational similarities and differences among hospitality employees and

managers, the researchers conducted a series of focus group discussions on employees

working in a North American branded hotel chain. The researchers found there are

apparent generational differences between Baby Boomers (Boomers), Generation X (Gen

X-ers), and the Millennial Generation. Regarding the Millennial Generation, the

researchers found they believe in collective action, are optimistic about the future, and

trust centralized authority. This article will provide the information needed to define

those characteristics found in the Millennial Generation.

Heskett, J. (2007). How will Millennials manage? Harvard Business School Working

Knowledge. Retrieved July 25, 2011, from

http://www.missionfacilitators.com/Articles/Team%20Building/Articles/How




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