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Pukyada Amnuaydechakorn 5780457 Panuvich Suriyamongkol 5880148 Patnaree Boonyametanun 5880210 Panitee Vongsakajornkit 5880208 1. Discuss and analyze the organizational consequences of Riots environment (environmental contingency model) and its organizational consequences for the way they should work together (Kellog’s) and compare with Riots Matrix (exhibit 9). Discuss how a SD-logic perspective could help understand Riots model of working. Overall, despite the fact that Riots new campus’ environment reflects the creative and advance spaces with the application of LoL or Leagues of Legend character designs, the environment of Riots tends to be very active and progressive because of the inner structure shown through each department that offers different regular workshops to enable Rioters to develop their skills to meet future expectation. More importantly, the team within Riots collaborate and make progress all the time, making them adapt to new situation quite quickly. It should be noted that Rioters are always encouraged to develop their competence to be the athlete with high performance. The employees who perform highly effectively at works are usually referred to as 10 X-ers. For Riots, employees work collaboratively through coaching, mentoring, and knowledge sharing. This is very important as the base for future development. The company always try to catch athletes or high talented employees before hiring them or introducing them into the company. Although the working spaces tend to be high competitive, the Rioters have to cooperate with each other, creating mutual adjustment. Suggested by Kellog, within cross boundary coordination, there are three perspectives. The first perspective is the information process orientation. This concept reflects the community members where people share knowledge among themselves. This matches the idea of Riots department as they work together and coach themselves. Rioters have been allocated into different department that allow them to work together with other teams. The most obvious one will be the existence of cross-functional product team because
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Pukyada Amnuaydechakorn 5780457 Panuvich Suriyamongkol 5880148 Patnaree Boonyametanun 5880210 Panitee Vongsakajornkit 5880208 it suggests the collaboration in terms of sharing and coaching among Rioters themselves. The second perspective refers to the boundary spanning in which there is the formation for community of practices. The community members will use their talents or skills. These concepts relate to what Riots Company applies as Rioters pay attention to practices in terms of playing lots of games and trying to develop their creativity to understand more about their customer behaviors. With practices as routines, Rioters have created a community of practices in which different skills and knowledge are shared and exchanged. The third perspective is the political aspect focusing on the cross boundary coordination among community members. Regarding to this, it is suggested that there will be the opportunity for game development that will allow Rioters from various departments to work together.
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