Yolanda Puno, president of Cradle Top Learning School, has been operating the school for six years, but at a loss. She’s taken on loans that are becoming unsustainable in light of the school’s operating expenses and decreasing number of enrollees. Students examine the school’s mission, organizational structure, enrollment, and competitors – assessing its strengths and weaknesses – as they recommend possible solutions to Puno’s predicament.
Passion for Education: But at What Cost?
by: Ma. Elena Estebal
Core Disciplines: Accounting/Finance, Leadership/Organizational Behavior, Strategy & Management
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After reading and discussing the material, students should:
- Identify the problems confronted by the president of the Cradle Top Learning School.
- Analyze the Vision and Mission statement of Cradle Top Learning School and propose a revised Vision and Mission statement that has the required components/parameters.
- Prepare a SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunities, and threats) analysis for Cradle Top Learning School
- Develop a TOWS matrix for the school.
- Recommend the best possible solution for Puno.