The newly appointed Director of the State MIA Philippines, a non-profit organization with the mission to alleviate poverty in developing countries, is the challenge of designing and managing a development assistance project, a go-to-market supply chain for a would establish remote faced Filipino fishing village. The country director, enter a new country to start the project, dealing with the constraints of a foreign culture, manage the expectations of key stakeholders whilst trying to m … Read more »

The newly appointed Director of the State MIA Philippines, a non-profit organization with the mission to alleviate poverty in developing countries, is the challenge of designing and managing a development assistance project, a go-to-market supply chain for a would establish remote faced Filipino fishing village. The country director, enter a new country to start the project, dealing with the constraints of a foreign culture, manage the expectations of key stakeholders while trying to manage a multi-cultural team and complete the project on time. The value of the case lies in the realistic assessment of the participants’ motivation, skills and values, and project constraints during the design and implementation stages. Value chain analysis, value analysis and stakeholder analysis can be used to assess the applicability of the project design, impact and long-term success.
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Jim Kayalar
Source: Ivey Publishing
20 pages.
Release Date: 29 January 2009. Prod #: 909M16-PDF-ENG
MIA, Philippines HBR case solution

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