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Ravinaki Resort Proposal

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Topic: Losing touch with the context: The story of Ravinaki Resort in Fiji. Introduction This constituted proposal tendered by Change Consulting Group Inc. (CCG) to advise the current owners and managers of the Ravinaki Resort and any other parties encountering such problems in research, design, implementation and refinement of a performance intervention process which is understood, supported and effectively executed by members of management. Objectives The objectives of the proposal include: • Identify key business problems and their root causes • A comprehensive understanding of the cultural issues plaguing the resort’s profitability • Apply workable recommendations to improve performance

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Cultural studies Cross-cultural psychology Academia Economy Fiji Fons Trompenaars Stakeholder Cross-cultural communication Productivity Management
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(CCG) to advise the current owners and managers of the Ravinaki Resort and any other parties encountering such problems in research, design, implementation and refinement of a performance intervention process which is understood, supported and effectively executed by members of management. Objectives The objectives of the proposal include: • Identify key business problems and their root causes • A comprehensive understanding of the cultural issues plaguing the resort’s profitability • Apply workable recommendations to improve performance Analysis of facts Key events 1. Situated on Batiki Island in the centre of Fiji’s volcanic Lomaiviti Island group is The Ravinaki Resort. Established in 2000 by James and Sarah Brennan after their time as part of a marine biologist non-government organization, Ravinaki bo...
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