Decisions in Paradise - Part III

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Milestone 1 Project Approval No Yes Rework Milestone 3 Milestone 2 No Yes Rework Decisions in Paradise – Part III KavaCorp Jahde Goncalves Decisions in Paradise III University of Phoenix 1
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Decisions in Paradise – Part III KavaCorp Abstract This document looks to explore the practical implications of the solution proposed for the people of Kava by KavaCorp. This part of the proposal looks at the structure of implementing the solution, as well as the ethical considerations of implementing the solution. 2
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KavaCorp Decisions in Paradise KavaCorp is considering the construction of an oil refinery on the Island of Kava. The government of Kava have indicated that it wishes to enter into a joint venture with KavaCorp, as the organization will bring along with it specialist knowledge, good practices and other resources beneficial to the people of Kava. Rationale The rationale of this document is presented to outline the logical basis for the recommended course of action. The solution outlined in the previous document was to enter into a joint venture with the Government of Kava. This option will ensure government assistance and cooperation in various critical areas, which will play key roles in determining the success of this solution. Some of these critical factors include; obtaining the relevant licences and permissions for geographical exploration, determination and development. Other key considerations that will substantially improve the progress of the implementation of this particular solution includes; water and electricity availability, environmental inspectors and government policy makers. This solution requires financing, design, development, and production— clearly an opportunity for project management, particularly if the emerging opportunity constitutes an effort that is too large to manage in a “business as usual” approach, or if the product is very important to the company's future business. If such an emerging product carries high risk and has an apparent direct relationship to the company's objectives, then project management is usually required. (Cleland, D.I., Ireland, L.R., 2002). The proposed solution should take the form of a project, as the construction of the refinery will consist of a set of activities with a defined starting point and a defined end state. 3
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