MIA, Philippines Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The newly assigned state manager of MIA Philippines, a non-profit organization with a mandate to alleviate poverty in developing countries, is faced with the challenge of designing and managing a development assistance project that would create a go-to-market supply chain for a distant Filipino fishing hamlet. Deal with the constraints of a culture that is foreign, establish the job, the country manager has to enter a fresh nation, manage the expectations of major stakeholders whilst trying to manage a multi-cultural team and close the job punctually.

The worth of the case lies in the realistic evaluation of stakeholders' motivation, their capabilities and assets, and job constraints during the design and execution stages. Stakeholder analysis, value added analysis and value chain analysis are used to assess the applicability of long term accomplishment, impact and job design.

PUBLICATION DATE: January 29, 2009 PRODUCT #: 909M16-PDF-ENG

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