Create an annotated bibliography of the following 10 scholarly peer-reviwed journals listed below.The annotation for each reference must include all of the following: (a) who the author is and how they are qualified; (b) brief summary of the article;

Create an annotated bibliography of the following 10 scholarly peer-reviwed journals listed below.The annotation for each reference must include all of the following: (a) who the author is and how they are qualified; (b) brief summary of the article; (c) reflection on the source and how it fits in the topic chosen for research; and (d) analysis of the article and its value, applicability, etc.Format the annotated bibliography in current APA style. Include a title page with the topic as part of your title. No additional reference page is needed.Please make sure to quote and paraphrase correctly

Annotated Bibliography

Albrecht, J. C., & Spang, K. (2014). Linking the benefits of project management maturity to project complexity: Insights from a multiple case study. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 7(2), 285-301.
Austin, C., Browne, W., Haas, B., Kenyatta, E., & Zulueta, S. (2013). Application of project management in higher education. Journal of Economic Development, Management, IT, Finance, and Marketing, 5(2), 75.
Badewi, A. (2016). The impact of project management (PM) and benefits management (BM) practices on project success: Towards developing a project benefits governance framework. International Journal of Project Management, 34(4), 761-778.
Golini, R., Kalchschmidt, M., and Landoni, P. (2015). Appropriation of project management hones The effect on global advancement projects of non-administrative organizations. Global Journal of Project Management, 33(3), 650-663.
Lappe, M., & Spang, K. (2014). Investments in project management are profitable: A case study-based analysis of the relationship between the costs and benefits of project management. International Journal of Project Management, 32(4), 603-612.
Laufer, A., Hoffman, E. J., Russell, J. S., & Cameron, W. S. (2015). What successful project managers do. MIT Sloan management review, 56(3), 43.
Mathur, G., Jugdev, K., & Shing Fung, T. (2013). Project management assets and project management performance outcomes: an exploratory factor analysis. Management Research Review, 36(2), 112-135.
Mossalam, A., & Arafa, M. (2016). The role of the project manager in benefits realization management as a project constraint/driver. HBRC Journal, 12(3), 305-315.
Martin, J. (2018). The Importance of Project Management in Construction. [Online] Renova. Available at: https://www.renova.ie/project-management/ [Accessed 13 Nov. 2018].
Rao, N. S. N., & Jigeesh, N. (2015). Analysis and control of issues that delay pharmaceutical projects. Business: Theory and Practice, 16, 252.