In this Assignment, through the Managing Talent Wal-Mart case study, you will engage in developingthe following professional competencies:• Understands how to approach unstructured problemsRead the case “Managing Talent: How Wal-Mart Is Setting Pay at the Top…and Bottom” at the end ofChapter 12. Answer the questions below (not the questions at the end of the case study in the text) ina 2-3 page APA-style paper. Note that the questions in this Assignment relate to both Units 6 and 7.● Compare the impact of incentive pay on the total compensation of Wal-Mart’s CEO and thecompany’s average workers. Does the difference in the way pay is structured at these twolevels make business sense? Why or why not?● Explain how Wal-Mart’s store workers might judge the equity of the difference between theirtotal compensation and Mike Duke’s total compensation?● Describe and compare effective performance management techniques for the CEO and foraverage workers.Requirements:1. Click on the Resources icon below to use the Case Study template (also available in DocSharing).2. Your paper should include a title page, reference page and your 5-6 page paper addressingthe three questions below.3. Your paper should be double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font.4. Answer each question thoroughly by examining and providing specific examples of conceptsand topics.5. Your writing should be well ordered, logical and unified as well as original and insightful.6. Demonstrate your understanding of the information presented in the weekly readingassignments by defining terms, explaining concepts, and providing detailed examples toillustrate your points.7. Include at least two references from your reading assignments, or other peer reviewed orscholarly resources, to reinforce and support your own thoughts, ideas, and statements usingAPA citation style.8. Write your original response in Standard American English, paying special attention togrammar, style, and mechanics.9. For additional help with APA or writing, please visit the Kaplan University Writing Center.