Decisions in Paradise I
Alfred J Robinson
University of Phoenix
Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making
July 19, 2011
Decisions in Paradise Part I
The Island of Kava in the South Pacific has the natural resources, and beauty to become an economic power and a real paradise. Some of problems Kava has experienced is not unlike catastrophes befallen other inhabited islands. But the isle of Kava does have some unique and complex issues. There are many disaster threats tidal waves, typhoons, tornadoes, earthquakes, and volcanoes and Kava has experienced a rash of them recently which has left the island and its inhabitants in turmoil and disarray. Kava has a diverse population of Asian, French, African, Spanish and significant number of Americans. Interestingly over 50 ...view middle of the document...
The emphasis is to avoid as much disruption, and chaos and keep things functioning as normal as possible. The island economy must be improved and education provided to the citizens. The government must have the ability to identify terrorist threats and deal with them real or perceived. Communication and advertising must be restored and improved to let the outside world get a view of the beauty that is Kava. Bank of America is committed to bring an effort of relief and establish an opportunity that will emblazon the brand of the company in this region.
Bank of America (BAC) will provide a sound financial network that will enable the island population to rebuild. The bank has a solid infrastructure to give guidance necessary to develop the education, training, personnel and financial backing. The volunteer and charitable organizations that partner with BAC have been instrumental in rebuilding devastated communities around the globe. The average age of the population provide a youthful energy to fuel the rebuilding and hope for the future. BAC partners with schools of higher learning to bolster the opportunity of advanced education for the population of Kava.
Bank of America can drive the economic progress of this community. BAC will be instrumental in the development of early warning systems and instruction to the populace. Personally we have a desire and ability to repatriate the people for the love of Kava. The citizens of this island community have to believe in the ability to heal and prepare for the future. It is imperative that they embrace the opportunities for improvement, and development for the future.
Our organization is committed to this island paradise and its inhabitants. I have am developing several options to implement a plan. It will be presented for your review in the next in 5-7 days. I look forward to your evaluation of my suggestions and reply.