Implementing the Kava Education Network Business Plan by Nicky

This paper applies business theory to market and business development on the island of Kava.
# 149839 | 1,893 words | 3 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published on Jan 03, 2012 in Business (Business Plans)

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The paper describes the core business model for Nik and his team that is the creation of an island-wide educational network that offers free courses over public television as a community service and tuition-based programs in local schools and universities. The paper defines the factors that are affecting the implementation of market and business development plans for Kava and offers an evaluation of the resources and actions required for the implementation. The paper also discusses the ethical implications from the stakeholders' perspective, including the issue of oversight and governance.

The Mission: Creating an Education Network for the People of Kava
Creating a Strategic Plan for the Kava Education Network
Evaluating the Ethical Considerations

From the Paper:

"For Nik and his team to be successful they will need to define the key success factors that will lead to them being able to attract national, regional and global grants. Based upon this initial objective being accomplished, Nik and his team will need to expand their education network to encompass location-based colleges and trade schools throughout the island nation. These trade schools will partner with regional and global banks to offer financing, and will also have its own financing department as well. This will be the initial revenue stream of the business model going forward, and will eventually encompass the development of entirely new staffing and personnel services in growing service-based sectors of the Kava economy. The education network's priorities will focus first on the banking, education, healthcare and tourism sectors which are critical for the island nations' economy to continue growing. Additional sectors including agriculture, petroleum, and natural gas will be included in the educational network in subsequent phases. This approach to designing the educational network will also contribute to the immediate growth of the Kava economy, while also setting a training-based foundation for the growth of additional industries on the island nation through training. Clearly education is critical to the island nation growing economically, embracing a services-based economy, and becoming more competitive on a global scale. Only through an educational network will this be possible."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Estes, P. (2008, September). Value Add for the Community. Mergers and Acquisitions, 43(9), 77.
  • David Cruise Malloy, James Agarwal. (2003). Factors influencing ethical climate in a nonprofit organisation: An empirical investigation. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 8(3), 224-250.
  • Gunther Rehme (2007). Education, Economic Growth and Measured Income Inequality. Economica, 74(295), 493.

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