Explain how to keep getting extraordinary things done in organizations.

erm Topic: The Good Man Theory Please submit an annotated bibliography (The annotated bibliography should include a minimum of 10 annotations of 100 words each for a sum of at least 1,000 words.) An annotated bibliography or annotated bib is a bibliography (a list of books or other works) that includes descriptive and evaluative comments about the sources cited in your paper. All sources must be cited using American Psychological Association (APA) styleLinks to an external site.. References must be from professional and academic journals or official webpages of governmental agencies and legitimate organizations (email me if you are not sure about it). Here are two examples of how to do annotated bibliography: Kouzes, J. M. & Posner, B. Z. (1995). The leadership challenge: How to keep getting extraordinary things done in organizations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Kouzes and Posner (1995) offered five practices a leader can employ that will improve her or his leadership effectiveness. The five practices were: “challenging the process, inspiring a shared vision, enabling others to act, modeling the way, and encouraging the heart” (p. 18). The text was organized using these five practices as a framework. Each portion of the framework was examined; also included were thorough examples and questions for the reader to consider. Groysberg, B., & Slind, M. (2013). Leadership is a conversation: How to improve employee engagement and alignment in today’s flatter more networked organizations. Harvard Business Review, 91(6), 76-84. Groysberg and Slind (2013) have found that engaging with employees in a way that resembles an ordinary person-to-person conversation is far more beneficial than an authoritative tone. This style is important for academic leaders because they often lack the formal position power of other types of leaders and must employ other avenues of influence. The authors discuss four essential attributes of organizational conversation: intimacy, interactivity, inclusion, and intentionality. Leaders can employ these to improve relationships within their unit.