Your research report will investigate contemporary issues in Organizational Behavior. Write a 9-10 page paper in which you investigate a contemporary issue in Organizational Behavior. 1.To develop this assignment in Unit 4, you will develop a DETAILED outline for the research report. 2.You will also develop a table (meta-analysis) which will summarize the literature findings from your research. 3.The third deliverable in Unit 4 is an annotated bibliography of the sources you used in your table. 4.The outline, table, and annotated bibliography will be used to prepare the final draft of the research report in Unit 4. See the Unit 4 Research Report assignment instructions, when you are ready, for the final draft preparation details. All related deliverables for the Research Report should be posted to the Unit 4 assignment location. Use the OC Program Executive Research Report Guide (download from the introduction to Unit 4) to develop and write your report. Submit your completed outline, meta-analysis table, and annotated bibliography on a MS Word (or PDF) file to this assignment drop box. The final draft of the research report will also be submitted in Unit 4. A professional research report has the following requirements: 1.It is prepared for a specific purpose, intended to assist leaders of an organization, community, or nation to make informed decisions and/or policies related to an issue, problem, or situation they are facing. 2.It should have a problem statement which clearly and specifically defined the focus of the research report. 3.The scientific method, in which the researcher investigates the influence of an independent variable (i. e., executive compensation) on a dependent variable (i. e., corporate profits), is an appropriate approach to investigating the problem. Other worthwhile research designs and methods may be used with the permission of the professor. 4.Methods for collecting and gathering information to support or not support the problem statement (i. e., investigate the influence of the IV on the DV) may be qualitative or quantatitive, or both. 5.Regardless of the method used, the data must account for sampling bias and extraneous variables (influences not included in the IV or DV) 6.The entire report must be professionally developed and written in a manner which will interest and engage the leaders who requested the research report.