CRITICAL Written Article Review of Continuous organizational development (COD)

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1.The assignment will be marked against following criteria:
1- the ability to explain the nature of OD(organizational development), with specific to the defining characteristics of OD including its aims and limitations.
2- ability to assess critically OD theory.

IN order to write a good review you will need to:
produce a concise summary of the article.
Explore the themes/arguments contained in the article.
Identify what you see as the relative strengths and weaknesses of the article.
Draw a conclusion about the overall contribution made by the article.
Draw on, and cite, relevant literature to support your argument.

2.Provide a CRITICAL WRITTEN reviw Of the article which uploaded by the name of Continuous organizational Development (COD).

 

3.I uploaded 2 samples of review, Please pay attention to the structure of them.

4.Last time when I order another essay they wrote 13 references in a reference list but they just use 5 of them in the text. So please be careful about referencing. if you give information please write the reference of that in a Harvard style

5. please use update references from OD, Human resource development, Human resource management

Description

The article, Continuous Organizational Development (COD) by Benjamin Mwanzia Mulili and Peter Wong, explores organizational development issues for an organization. This article was published in 2011  in the Industrial and Copmmercial Training journal.  The article was published in the Emarld Grop Publishing Limited. The two authors, Benjamin Mwanzia Mulili and Peter Wong have the authority to write the article. Benjamin Mwanzia Mulili is a Doctor of Business Administration. On the other hand, Peter Wong is a lecturer at Graduate College of Management. It explores the need for an organization to continuously adopt organizational development programs to face challenges in the dynamic business environment.  Through an extensive literature review, the article makes the case for organizational learning as a sure way of helping organizations to change and develop to navigate through tumultuous business environments.