Expanding in Kava, Part III
NR International executives had two options to choose from for expanding the company’s presence on the island of Kava: the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Department or the Food Security Program. Each program had its pros and cons but the executive team of NR International has decided that the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Department is the most cost-effective option. This program will help the island of Kava improve environment conditions. Background information and recommendations about the island of Kava were the key elements use to reach the decision to expand in Kava. In the formulation of the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Department different factors affect its implementation as well as ethical issues that also affect employees and the residents of Kava.
NR Internationals’ Executive Feedback
The decision to expand in Kava based on NR International’s desire to support and promote the economy of the island. NR executives believe that the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Department is the best course of action because it will promote the country’s natural resources permitting the residents of Kava to stay in their lands. Based on the information provided previously, the executives do not believe that the Food Security Program is the best option for the moment but are open for future consideration once the current project is well underhand.
Factors Affecting Implementation
Two major factors affect the implementation of the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Department: human social development and natural disasters. The island of Kava has a mixed ethnic population composed of indigenous South Pacific tribes as well as Asian, African, French, Spanish, and Americans. Apart from Kava’s mix ethnic population 50% of Kava’s residents are under the age of 15 as well as numerous indigenous languages are spoken including English, Spanish, and French....