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Please provide an APA formatted bibliography for at least five of the sources in my list below:

Adler, N.J., & Bartholomew, S. (1992). Academic and professional communities of discourse: Generating knowledge on transnational human resource management. Journal of International Business Studies, 23: 551-569.

Bonczek, M.E., Woodward, E.K. (2006). Who'll replace you when you're gone? Nursing Management, 31-34 August 2006,.

Dinnen, S. (2014). Succession planning. Northwestern Financial Review, 199(2), 20-23. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1498448684?accountid=14872

Harrison, M., McKinnon, T. & Terry, P.(2006). Effective succession planning-How to design and implement a succession plan. Training and Development, October 2006, 22-23.
Charan, R., Drotter, S., & Noel, J. (2001). The Leadership Pipeline: How to Build the Leadership Powered Company. San Francisco, GA: Jossey-Bass (owned by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)

Dinnen, S. (2014). Succession planning. Northwestern Financial Review, 199(2), 20-23. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1498448684?accountid=14872

Fulla, S. L. (2013). Partimes-online. American Society for Public Administration, Retrieved from http://patimes.org/workforce-succession-planning-government/.

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I have provided 4 of the five requested. You will want to read them and the articles (most are short) to make sure the requirements of your bibliography are covered. Bibliographies like research papers are loosely drawn with some instructors requiring some things, other requiring others. Additionally, I have left the final one for you. One reason is the lack of access to some of your resources. If you chose these, it would be a good idea to choose articles that are newer, preferable in the last five years, but no more than 10 years. This gives you insight into the latest information. If you use books, make sure you have read a good deal of it or the synopsis to get enough information to note it in the bibliography. This make it clear whether or not the information is useful in the research.

If you have any further questions or need clarification, please ask.

Bonczek, M.E., Woodward, E.K. (2006). Who'll replace you when you're gone? Nursing Management. 37(8), 31-34

This article was written by two people from the healthcare field, both within the nursing/clinical area of healthcare. Both also hold graduate degrees and understand the importance of succession planning. They embrace how it can help improve the nursing profession and healthcare organizations that practice this growing concern for business. As such, this article is written to help better understand the potential of success planning for the healthcare field, especially nursing where it has not received much attention.

Succession planning is helpful to the organization, but it also helps the nurse because there is a clear path to follow, not always set by the nurse. It helps the individual understand the next levels to achieve and what is needed to reach that level. The nurse can transition to the next role with less problems and certainly less organizational concerns because ...

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A succession planning bibliography using the supplied references. A discussion on what is or is not good about this group.

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