The final project Portfolio Assignment requires you to build a professional document incorporating the central lessons you have learned throughout this course. For this Portfolio Assignment, please select an organization that you work for or one that you are familiar with (IMF). Then, complete the following:
Provide an organizational profile that includes information about the organizations mission, vision, culture, and strategy. This information, aside from the mission, should be explained in your own words.
Explain the organizations industry, provide information about its competitors, and provide details about how the organization can differentiate itself from other organizations within the industry.
Compare your organization to any one of the organizations in the article Building talent: The very best of 2017, found in the required readings. The comparison that you provide should provide details regarding how your organization differs in terms of talent recruitment, selection, and retention, as well as how your organization measures up in terms of training and development opportunities.
Identify how your organization assesses employee performance and explore the strengths and weaknesses of your selected organizations performance management system.
Explain how your organization can utilize the principles outlined in the book entitled The carrot principle: How the best managers use recognition to engage their people, retain talent, and accelerate performance to ensure a strong workplace environment.
Write a 12 page paper, not including the title and reference pages, which are required.
Your paper must be properly cited and formatted according to the APA format.
Include a formal references page. This is an individual paper; however, you should reflect on our discussion forums and incorporate ideas from there, as appropriate.
You must support your analysis with at least 6-8 scholarly references, and can include resources from this course.
You cannot use Wikipedia or any CSU-Global assignment. For this assignment, a credible source is defined as:
A scholarly or peer-reviewed journal article.
A government-based website or publication.
A trade or industry journal article, publication, or website, including those from trade organizations such as SHRM.orrg and TD.orrg.
Gostick, A., & Elton, C. (2009). The carrot principle: How the best managers use recognition to engage their people, retain talent, and accelerate performance. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.
Patterson, K., Switzler, A., Grenny, J., & McMillan, R. (2011). Crucial conversations: Tools for talking when the stakes are high. New York, NY: McGraw Hill.