Summary of an Organizational communication ScenarioPaper details:Summary must be in APA format Double spaced. It is time to choose an organizational communication scenario to use as the case study for your final project. Most learners choose a problem or issue they are experiencing at their current workplace, but you may use any of the following:A former place of employment.A club.A committee.An organization for which you volunteer.If your organization is larger than 500 employees, you may choose to concentrate on a communication situation pertaining to a particular section or department.Review the requirements of the final project before choosing your scenario. Carefully choose a situation that will serve as an example or illustration of an organizational problem that needs to be resolved.Submit your choice in a properly formatted and cited paper long enough to adequately introduce your organization and present a high-level description of the scenario you have chosen to study. This assignment will serve as a section of your final project. Take into account the knowledge and skills you have acquired from completing the iGuide tutorials in Unit 6.Scoring Guide:Summarize an organizational communication situation or problem in need of resolution and the related organization.40%Present a summary of the communication theories relevant to the chosen organizational communication situation.40%Use proper APA formatting for citations and references.20%Course Book:Shockley-Zalabak, P. S. (2015). Fundamentals of organizational communication (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. ISBN: 9780205980079.IntroductionThe introduction lets your reader know what to expect inthe paper. It should stand alone to give an overall description of what the project is about and how it is organized. It should be concise and written in a style that grabs the reader so that they will want to read on. You can accomplish this by using an insightful personal statement or an interesting quote from an outside source.Please note that the entire paper should be written in third person rather than first. The format should include an indent of .5”, as demonstrated, and the entire paper must be double-spaced. All citations should have corresponding references listed on a separate page at the end of the paper, and citations and references should be formatted following APA guidelines. Follow the layout of this template to determine which sections and heading to include.Overview of the Organization and Case StudyInclude a brief description of your organization and a brief introduction to the case study. Use information from the summary you provided in assignment u07a2. Make this section flow smoothly from your introduction, and match verb tense and third-person perspective.Identify and Describe the Situation or ProblemKnowledgeDevelop this and the following subsections, headings for which are included below, from your answers to the matching questions (the questions under each heading starting with “Identify and Describe the Situation or Problem”, likely starting on page 100 of the textbook) that you included in your project outline for assignment u08a1. Support and explain your writing by referencing a variety of sources. Cite and reference this information following APA guidelines (6thed.). For more information, visit the APA Style and Formatting tutorial on the Capella University Writing Center Web site.SensitivitySkillsValuesDevelop Alternatives and Test Possible SolutionsDevelop this section and the next from your answers to the matching questions on (the questions under each heading starting with “Identify and Describe the Situation or Problem”, likely starting on page 100 of the textbook) that you included in u08a1 Project – Outline. Support and explain your writing with a variety of sources that you cite and reference following APA guidelines (6thed.).Propose Solutions and Suggest Implementation PlansSummaryThe summary stands alone, as your introduction does, to explain to readers what was covered in the paper. This is aspect of writing will help your paper stand out to readers. Individuals often will simply scan the introductions or summaries of papers to see if the material might be applicable to their needs. Include your own insights and comments on the entire case study. Consider using an interesting quote to close the papercreatively.ReferencesReferences are listed on a separate page. This list includes all of the sources you cited in your paper. References should be formatted following APA guidelines (6th ed.). For more information, visit the APA Style and Formatting tutorial on the Capella website.Turnitin checks the originality of written works. Access is available to you at no cost from the navigation area of the course home page.