I-Statement of the Problem
Why Joan need more money or assistant?
II- Objective of the study
A. To identify Joan problem.
III- Alternative Courses of Action Action 1: The solution Joan need more money and assistant and the manager should made it and give her freedom.
A. Positive Reaction
If Joan will be given a freedom the management would find new one better than her and screened it to the fullest for her job description.
B. Negative Reaction
The company would loss someone asset of the company and took too much time to find new one.
V- Conclusion and Recommendation I therefore conclude that Joan should freed cause she will no longer become productive ob her work. Instead, the company would suffer from her unwillingness to work.
Case 2: Garuda Indonesia Airways
I-Background of the Study On January 6, 1988, Mr. Mohammad Seopamo was appointed by the government of Indonesia to succeed as Mr. Lumneta as president director of Garuda Indonesia Airway. In spite, of rapid growth in both passenger traffic and fleet during the oil boom of the 1970’s, thus making the largest airline in the southern hemisphere. Garuda as it was known then had been plagued by a bad reputation as well as heavy losses year after year. Having been a member of Mr.
Lumenta’s management team of Garuda since November 17, 1984, Mr. Seopamo had the opportunity to involve himself with the management in its efforts to develop and implement new strategies to turn around the airline, which posted a net loss of U.S $7 million in 1984 , into profitability. He was therefore very pleased to see the company making a profit for the first time in more than a decade, to the tune of modest rupiah 300 million. This result confirmed Mr. Seopamo’s confidence in the effectiveness of the policies adopted by Mr. Lumenta upon the latter’s appointment as president Director of Garuda in 1984.
II- Statement of the Problem
Why did Garuda experience heavy loss?