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Running head: DECISIONS IN PARADISE II 1 Decisions in Paradise II Robert Miley University Of Phoenix CRITICAL THINKING: STRATEGIES IN DECISION MAKING MGT/350 GEORGE RAHEB August 09, 2010
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Decisions in Paradise II The Home Depot has decided to expand their presence on the South Pacific island of Kava. The executive team determined that the most cost effective option to achieve this is to build a not only a large central location but some kind of community shopping Center. This paper will describe the ultimate implementation plan, attend to factors affecting the implementation and discuss ethical questions brought up by stakeholders and the island residents. The Home Depot has made the choice to expand to Kava in order to support and promote the economy of that population. Our executives believe that building a community Shopping center for the island most closely aligns with this goal by allowing the current island residents to support the venture and receive the benefits the community shopping center offers. The project presents us with three key factors affecting implementation: company image, construction costs and the environment. The Home Depot is known for their exceptional quality
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course BUSINESS 317 taught by Professor Jackhandy during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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