Recruitment and Retention Performance Management in healthcare organization. A literature review is a descriptive summary of research on a topic that has previously been studied. The purpose of a literature review is to inform readers of the significant knowledge and ideas that have been established on a topic. Its purpose is to compare, contrast and/or connect findings that were identified when reviewing researchers’ work.
The purpose of this assignment is to facilitate your abilities to research a topic of study so you can learn to, identify and formulate an inquiry question that defines what you would like to learn. apply your knowledge on reading research about a topic related to this course. analyze information found in academic journal articles; and synthesize new knowledge into a written small-scale literature review.
Complete a short literature review on the Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) topic you will be focusing on with your group. Locate two management journal articles on the segment of the topic you will work on for your group presentation. Write a one-page literature review on the articles you select.
Steps to complete your literature review: Search the library for scholarly, management journals that include your topic’s information. Find articles, read the abstracts and skim the articles to determine if they correspond well to your topic, Select two journal articles. Summarize and report on the findings. Use the literature review to support your group paper and presentation.
The introduction is used to establish the context of your review to the reader. To establish the context, it is important to do the following in this opening paragraph: Define the topic and provide background information that helps your reader to understand the topic. Explain your reason (perspective) for reviewing the literature on this topic.