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I think as of right now, we’re not hiring an individual to be a series regular and be in every episode to replace her. We’re dealing with what we have, and some of it has to do with, as shows get older – I’m learning this as a new to a long lasting series – you start to have maybe some budgetary pressures over time, as people’s salaries go up.
I’m always surprised by how many people give up before they enter the room. They buy into the hype – that there are so many more qualified applicants, that no one’s hiring – and assume they’re not going to get the job. You’ve got to go into every interview believing this is the one you’re going to nail.
I want studios that make story-based games to start taking their stories more seriously. And that doesn’t mean hiring a big shot writer from Hollywood; it means that story becomes integral to making your game. I don’t see how you can achieve that without having an in-house writer that sits next to the designer, helping them make their levels, talking with the engineers about where we can tell the story more dynamically, pushing at technology.
I think stupidity in business is really an interesting thing. What winds up happening is a disconnect between your company’s strategic management and then your more applied on-the-street management. I guarantee with you that the board of directors of most companies has no idea what the costs of hiring people really is in the HR department.
The most significant moment will be when we stop referring to the hiring of qualified women (and racial, ethnic and religious minorities) as significant. In other words, when qualified people are hired without regard to race, gender, ethnicity, religious or other differentiating characteristics, that will be the most significant, indeed momentous, event of all.
Smaller companies are often more homogenous. Don’t simply increase your diversity because of the social pressure to do so. Instead, realize that hiring a more diverse team will give you a whole new repertoires of innovative ideas. And then develop a strategy for effectively using the diversity of your team.