This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Lost In Paradise Part Iii Essay

1319 words - 6 pages

Part I of Decision in Paradise addressed the issues encountered in the research pertaining to increasing KMAAD’s presence on the Island of Kava. We will discuss the issues, discovered and reported, in part I and part II using the financial decision technique.
Expanding our presence on KAVA, will enable KMAAD to increase the exporting of commodities and make a positive impact in the lives of the local populace. Accomplishing this will increase KMAAD’s revenue and ensure a steady supply of commodities needed to meet our customers demand.
Our first recommendation is to hire a local for the position of receptionist. The receptionist will be responsible for the cleaning and organizing the ...view middle of the document...

The 2006 estimate of an unemployment rate of 36 percent has led to residents moving to find work. With the average population under 15, it is imperative that the workforce development program be started immediately. In order to increase our presence on Kava our corporation will need workers. After meeting with the local school board, a survey was conducted and the majority of graduating High School students plan on leaving Kava in order to support themselves and a family. It has been suggested that with the right education on operating a business, financial literacy and an improved local economy the graduating students would choose to stay on Kava. Adding these courses to the curriculum, at no cost to KMAAD, will ensure a workforce will be available. Students that graduate and pass these courses can be offered employment with KMAAD.

Recommendations have been made on how to increase KMAAD's presence on KAVA, and now we will discuss the risk management of implementing these recommendations. All projects contain risks in successfully implementing the decisions to reach the desired results.
KMAAD's decision team consists of personnel that have a responsibility in the implementation plan, and stakeholders with experience in these matters, such as the local school board chairperson, economic development director, tourism manager, local elected officials, and the chamber of commerce director along with KMAAD officials. In past experiences it has been beneficial to involve stakeholders who possess the information and commitment to research, analyze, and make informed recommendations to make preventative actions and carry out contingency plans. This team will be instrumental in implementing the decision and if necessary the actions needed to minimize the risk.
Our decision making team has identified and prioritized the risks, and has taken positive action to reduce the chances of the risks associated with the decisions and possible outcome. Reactive plans have been made to reduce the effects of the risk if the risk should happen.
The team indentified the activity, associated potential risks, the nature of the risk or what could go wrong with this activity? The team looked at the financial, technical, and practical issues involved with each decision activity. The practical risk involves how workers will be receptive to the decision and is the most difficult to predict.
The scope of the decision explains opportunity or problem and answers the question of what's in it for me, and addresses the primary area of concern. Addressing the affects of the natural disasters, the answer to what is in it for me question in cleaning up will increase tourism, provide safer streets and create a more attractive, cleaner island. The increase in tourism will bring in much needed revenue and create jobs. Safer streets will protect the cars, buses, and trucks that will ease the frustrations of costly car repairs. Safer streets will increase tourism foot traffic that...

Other Papers Like Lost In Paradise Part Iii

Cookie Essay

1635 words - 7 pages to make a way for humans to get back the paradise that Adam and Eve lost and restore them to perfect health and life. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that only 144,000 people, who are referred to in Revelation[->31] chapters 7 and 14, will go to heaven[->32] to be kings and priests with Jesus Christ[->33]. They say that God is going to use his powers, perhaps involving storms or earthquakes, to start a worldwide war called Armageddon[->34], and

Fitzgerald Essay

1475 words - 6 pages Lost in the “American Dream” American novelist Florence King once said, “People are so busy dreaming the American Dream, fantasizing about what they could be or have a right to be, that they're all asleep at the switch. Consequently we are living in the Age of Human Error” (Florence King). This quote brings to light the fact that the American Dream is nigh impossible to achieve. This is simply because people are so caught up in dreaming

Decisions In Paradise

966 words - 4 pages Decisions in Paradise, Part II Veronica Evaristo MGT/350 December 5, 2011 Ken Rath Decisions in Paradise, Part II The community of Kava is presented with various environmental challenges that affect the progress of the economy. As an organization in this location, running a business also poses a complex trial to be profitable and successful. ANZ Guam, Inc. (ANZ), a new banking institution in Kava, realizes these

Mama Day Book Review

1499 words - 6 pages behind will tell you all about paradise' " (222), seems merely amusing she hints at a much deeper folly in George's fantasy. His vision of two lone lovers who can "defy history" (226) in the garden paradise at the other place is a "picture postcard" version of romance that disregards the complex history of which he and Cocoa is a part. George is Nylor’s way of showing how the white culture, often comes into conflict with many of the complex

Hp Compaq

1001 words - 5 pages server ii. Merger will expose HP as PC popular computers, diluting its printing business iii. Deal could double the size of iii. Difficult to merge such two large HP¶s repair-business. firms Strengths and Weaknesses HP Strengths i. Imaging and printing system ii. Strong reputation for innovation and quality iii. Strong in UNIX servers. Weaknesses i. Declining growth of PC market ii. Weak in server market that has profit

Leaders Of Today

1286 words - 6 pages his kingdom, making him an effective leader. He did not seem interested in invading other areas, but to maintain the system he had created. The Old Man’s demise came at the hand of the Lord of Tartars. The Lord felt that he needed to stop the Old Man because of his evil crimes. He sent one of his generals to destroy the Old Man and his “paradise”. Lord of Tartars did not want to conquer the Old Man because of his riches or vast amounts of land. He


2456 words - 10 pages                                          ii.    Sharing office                                         iii.    Passive coownership of property                                         iv.    Tenants-in-common II.        Entity (def): trade or business for profit III.      Subchapter K only applies to unincorporated entities a.     Partnership, Limited Partnership, LLC Tax Consequences to Partnership; Aggregate and Entity Principles I.         IRC 701 a

Mining In Palawan

728 words - 3 pages reforestation does not not restore lost biodiversity. • There are many laws designed to protect Palawan, including its declaration as a UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve; Mangrove Reserve and Wildlife Reserve. Three-fourths of Palawan has been declared protected. The Palawan SEP law states that there should be no mining in natural forests. Mining in Palawan is a gross violation of these laws. • The stand of miners that there can be mining in the

Compare And Contrast Maria De France And Ggk Part 3

316 words - 2 pages falsely accused of seducing the queen. He is brought to the king and is accused of great wrong because he tried to seduced the queen. So he tries to do everything thing he can to say that he is innocent. B) In GGK part III, Gawain is accused of not being the real Gawain by a captive lady. The lady tells her that the real Gawain would have not have left her chamber without the real Gawain giving her a kiss which alarms Gawain and confuses him. VI. Conclusion


326 words - 2 pages NAME: _________________________________ DATE: _________________ RATION & PROPORTION 1. In a group of children, there are 8 boys and 12 girls. Write the parts and ratios required. a) What is the ratio of boys to girls? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . b) What part of the group are boys? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c) What is the ratio of girls to boys

Decisions In Paradise

781 words - 4 pages Decisions in Paradise Decisions in Paradise “Kava is a significant island in the south pacific. More than 50% of the population is under the age of 15. Kava consists of an ethnic mix of indigenous South Pacific tribes which, consist of Asian, French, and Spanish but has had a significant increase of Americans after World War II” (Business Scenario) The economy in Kava consists of “petroleum, coffee, cocoa, spices, bananas

Related Essays

Part 1,2,3 Decisions In Paradise Essay

2595 words - 11 pages Decisions in Paradise MGT 350 Decisions in Paradise Part One Decisions in paradise, is a business scenario that will serve as the basis for a three part assignment. The author plays the role of Nik in this business scenario. Dillard’s Incorporated will serve as the author’s current employer and the company described in this essay. Alex, Nik, and Chris are all representatives of Dillard’s. Each part of this three part assignment will

Decisions In Paradise Part Ii Essay

978 words - 4 pages Decisions in Paradise Part II July 11, 2011 Kava is a significant island country in the South Pacific. The island country faces many different disaster threats. Over half of the country’s population is under the age of fifteen. Kava’s economy has a strong production of natural resources, as well as specific foods, such as bananas, coffee, cocoa, sugars and fish. Kava’s economy offers inexpensive, quality labor. Kava has support from the

Week Five Decisions In Paradise Business Part Three

1151 words - 5 pages Week Five Decisions in Paradise Business Part Three Nicole Halliwill MGT/350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making Alvin Richards October 29, 2012 * The determining factors affecting Habitat for Humanity’s decision to establish a greater presence in Kava is controlled by the Kava government along with its willingness to accept assistance, the willingness of organizations to help with construction as well as meeting

Decisions In Paradise Essay

965 words - 4 pages Running head: DECISIONS IN PARADISE PAPER, PART III Decisions in Paradise Paper, Part III Amanda S. Adolf University of Phoenix Abstract The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) has decided to expand their presence on the South Pacific island of Kava. In order to make the expansion a reality, we must progress to the evaluation stage of the decision-making steps. Working through the