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2009

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MUTUAL

JOESPH MIROLA

Rocky Mountain Mutual: Promoting Fun or Fitness?

Date of Submission: 27th July 2009
Submitted to: Submitted by: Sanjay Kumar Gupta Rajiv Agarwal WAC instructor Roll: 20091034

To: Zachery Evans (Vice President)
From: Joesph Mirola
Date: 27 July 2009
Please find the detailed analysis of the fitness center in our organization with all the relevant data. Kindly inform me if some more information is required of the same. Regards
Joseph Mirola



CONTENTS:

Sr. noTopicsPAGE NO:
1EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
5
2SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
6
3PROBLEM STATEMENT
6
4STATEMENT OF OPTIONS
7
5CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION
7
6EVALUATION OF OPTIONS
8
7RECOMMENDATIONS
10
8PLAN OF ACTION
10
LIST OF TABLES
9TABLE 16



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
Rocky Mountain Mutual is a growing insurance company which has recently opened a branch office in a remote area of Utah. The unique feature of this branch is its fitness center which boasts of facilities such as swimming pool and track for walking and running. According to company records users of fitness center have shown reduction in their medical expense but the cost of operating is too high and also less than 50% of employees are using it. Zachery Evans, the vice president of the operations wants to close it as it is an expensive affair and also utilizing lots of space. The analysis shows that the best option available is to continue using fitness center but reduce it space area by eliminating some of the unnecessary facilities and also using it as an discussion room in the off hours.

No of words:140
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS:
Ours is a growing insurance company and has recently built a headquarter in remote area of Utah with a work strength of 250...
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