Drafting my critiqueDraft a critique of one of the articles listed below in 1,000 words (excluding your list of References) and submit it for formative assessment. This should give you some insight into the difficulties and opportunities of management research. It may also give you some idea of flaws to avoid in your own research. Martin, J., Elg, M., Gremyr, I. 1975, & Wallo, A. (2021). Towards a quality management competence framework: exploring needed competencies in quality management. Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, 32(3–4), 359–378. https://doi.org/10.1080/14783363.2019.1576516 How to approach the critiqueIt is a good idea to start by giving a very brief summary of the article and of any relevant details of its context. Then your critique should include both critical comments (what is wrong with the article) and positive comments (what is good about the article), as well as discussing problems associated with the research area, and any suggestions you may have for improving or extending the work described in the article.Questions you should consider when evaluating the article include:Are the conclusions or recommendations clear?What evidence is put forward for the conclusions of the paper? Do the conclusions depend on the evidence or are they just what the author wants to be true?Are the conclusions valid, reliable, important, useful? Do you accept the conclusions?Are there flaws in the methods used? Can you suggest improvements?Is the article clearly written? Are diagrams appropriate and easy to understand?Does the paper relate to other research in a satisfactory way? What sort of review of the literature is there and is it appropriate for the article?What is the relative importance of your various points of critique both positive and negative?How could the research, and the article, be improved?