Decisions in Paradise: Part III
Over the past few months, teams discussed the growth of the company in Kava. Assigned teams as well as I, defined problems and arrived at solutions for the causes and effects. We analyzed and evaluated important information needed and alternative solutions to make the growth successful. As we launch growth in Kava, we must further identify the rationale and plans for the proposed solutions to strengthen our existence. We must determine factors affecting the decisions implemented and the proposed solutions; evaluate resources and actions required to implement the solutions; and evaluate the ethical implications of the solutions from the stakeholder’s perspectives.
The decisions to expand the facility and implement cleanup efforts around the community may be a lengthy process but the affects will benefit the company in the long-run as well as strengthen ties within the community. I suggest an area wide cleanup effort to start immediately, which will build morale, loyalty, and commitment to the community and invite tourists, families, and businesses back into the area. Because of circumstances beyond our control, such as natural disasters and terrorism, foundation and building improvements are a necessary. The company cannot influence or predict the disaster threats present, but we can improve conditions for a better chance of survival during such threats. Restructuring of the building will strengthen the facility and incorporate a safe structure during disasters, and supply adequate shelter for citizens of the area. We must also consider implementing a safe and secure evacuation plan and improve security for employees and the citizens of Kava when disasters of all types are imminent.
Kava’s wide variety of products and services reach and benefit people all around the world. We must not discount the future, which means we must consider long-term costs and benefits instead of dwelling on the short-term...
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