I have 2600 Words ESSAY (Intro, body, conclusion) on change management.
APA 6th (including DOI numbers) [url removed, login to view] can help
Short turn around (48 hours).
Have written an essay plan/guideline for whoever is selected. It is crucial you answer the essay question and follow the guideline! (the previous freelancer that attempted this essay was unable to properly answer the question / write in essay form)
Looking for amazing quality, low price. Any HIGH offer will NOT be considered!
Would like to have progress updates to make sure you are on the right track and will provide feedback and annotations to work. (As many updates you provide me the better!!! but please proofread what you have written before you send them )
Milestones provide in that manner
1st Milestone: 30% of payment - First 1000 words within 26 hours
2nd Milestone : 30% of payment - First full draft received within 48 hours
3rd Milestone: 40% of payment - Final version after all changes have been made and satisfied
Will also consider offering a bonus two weeks after of project is complete if extremely satisfied with quality of work/result. (Have done so in the past).
*To be able to clearly focus on the topic!
*Integrate all the topics / paragraphs in a logical sequence for flow (can suggest changes to essay plan to help this
*Demonstrate Understanding of the change topic
*Utilise business example for explain major points (potentially 6 examples or 3 good ones used throughout)
*Reference to Appropriate Theories and Models - reference using APA 6th (including DOI numbers)
*Need at least 15 academic peer review articles / plus other reliable source articles for case studies such as NY times / harvard business review
*Good grammar that doesn't distract from the essay
*Must be all original work (can include my writing provided). Will be checked against write check / turn it in.
* Essay structure guideline: (as this has been an issue)
(Essays have no headings, each paragraph should just flow into the next)
There are two aspects to essay structure. One is the position or argument running through the essay; the other is the structure into introduction, body and conclusion. Each section has a different role.
The introduction has two roles:
1. address the circumstances requiring the essay
2. state the position In addressing the circumstances, an introduction offers some or all of the following elements: n information about the specific situation (this may require separate paragraph/s)
♦a rationale, or reason why writing about this issue is important
♦limits to the scope
♦ a brief outline of the essay to follow
The writer includes the elements as relevant and in a logical order suiting the essay. The most important element of an introduction is the position statement in response to the assignment question. The rest of the essay supports your position. Your position statement should be presented in a concise manner, preferably in a single sentence, with no explanation or supporting detail.
Body should not include dot points and tables. Should included full sentences that flow into each other.
The body of an essay is the most important part because it presents the perspective, developed logically through as many paragraphs as necessary.
Each paragraph contains a topic sentence stating one of the reasons for your position; supporting sentences containing evidence and comments on the evidence; and a concluding sentence containing evaluation of the material and findings presented in the paragraph. Each paragraph should follow the previous in a logical development of the argument and may also require a transition sentence guiding the reader from one paragraph to the next.
The conclusion, like the introduction, has two main roles:
1. to bring the argument to a convincing close and to reword (not repeat) your position
2. to consider the significance of the findings in the essay; for example