Riot games talent management strategy case study

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Overall Comments:

While you did cover all of the required points, you should have included more analysis, assessment and examples in order to achieve a better grade. 

See my comments below. If you decide to resubmit, please highlight all changes.

COMPETENCY: Explain how culture influences human resource practices and employee management.

CRITERION: Explain how culture influences HR practices and employee management in this case study. 

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Identifies, but does not explain how culture influences HR practices and employee management in this case study. 

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Don’t forget that this must ultimately be not only supported, but championed by the CEO in order for it to really change. I experienced a similar situation as head of HR for a company. I was hired specifically to create improvements in a toxic culture which was largely due to the fact that the CEO doesn't like people.... We were able to work around him to make significant improvements, but when he finally started supporting our efforts, there was an immediate lift.

COMPETENCY: Analyze global issues that influence human resource practices for multinational corporations (MNCs).

CRITERION: Analyze the evidence supporting the improvement of the organization's talent management.

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Describes, but does not analyze the evidence supporting the improvement of the organization's talent management.

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Why is it important to hire and promote more women? This is a key component of this discussion. As an HR leader, you can't just tell people that it is important. You need to create a compelling reason to change behavior.

COMPETENCY: Analyze the impact of cross-cultural communications on employee management in multinational corporations (MNCs).

CRITERION: Articulate personal views for or against improving the organization's talent management.

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Identifies, but does not articulate, personal views for or against improving the organization's talent management.

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It would have been good to tie your views to insights from other sources that you researched to inform your opinion.

CRITERION: Assess whether a non-HR leader and an HR leader would support the same talent management decisions.

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Assesses whether a non-HR leader and an HR leader would support the same talent management decisions.

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This is one of the most difficult requirements of this paper. Quite often, the needs of the business leaders are in opposition to what HR is trying to drive. Many HR departments forget that their primary function is to enable everyone in the company to perform at an outstanding level. Instead, they focus on compliance or employee relations (both of which are important) but they become imbalanced and they actually end up inhibiting the company's ability to perform.

COMPETENCY: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the human resource profession.

CRITERION: Write in a professional style using APA citations and format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.

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Writes exceptionally and in a professional style using APA citations and format, with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics that are error-free.

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Well written